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Climate Change Energy Environment
June 19, 2017
By William F. Shughart II
Nuclear power is the cleanest source of electricity. If the U.S. wants it to continue to contribute to the nation’s power supply the Nuclear Regulatory Commission needs to reform the permitting process.
June 12, 2017
By Tim Benson
Pipeline Opposition Could Cost 78,000 Jobs, $7.6 Billion In GDP, $4.4. Billion In Labor Income In Northeast By 2020
June 11, 2017
By Kohl Watson
Research needs to be undertaken to determine the health risks associated with long term exposure to the pressure and noise generated by large wind turbines and wind farms.
June 9, 2017
By Philip Hopkins
Governments' forcing of ever increasing amounts of renewable energy onto the electric grid poses a significant risks to Australia and Germany's energy security and global prosperity.
June 9, 2017
By Brian Rogers, et al.
Environmentalists who promote the environmental benefits of so call "clean energy," ignore the tremendous toll such energy sources impose on human health and the environment .
June 8, 2017
By Joseph Bast
For the record, The Heartland Institute has contacted nearly all members of the Trump cabinet. Can any of you explain to me how this differs from the relationship the previous administration had with liberal advocacy groups?
June 7, 2017
By Sheldon Whitehouse, Elizabeth Warren, Brian Schatz, Edward Markey
‘The Heartland Institute’s latest campaign asks teachers to ‘consider the possibilty the science isn’t settled.’
June 7, 2017
By Sheldon Whitehouse, Elizabeth Warren, Brian Schatz, Edward Markey
Have any staff members at the Department of Education had contact with individuals associated with the Heartland Institute on climate, science, or science education issues?
June 7, 2017
By Daniel R. Fischel, Christopher R. Fiore, Todd D. Kendall
Fossil fuel divestment won't deliver the environmental benefits promised but it will reduce returns to the portfolios that embrace divestment hurting retiree's, public employee pension funds and other institutional an individual investors.
June 7, 2017
By Richard S.J. Tol
Study showing the benefit of the energy produced using fossil fuels outweighs the social cost of carbon dioxide by a large margin.