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Joe Biden's Early Climate Executive Orders
January 26, 2021
Steve Milloy, a member of Trump's transition team, joins Just the News AM TV to discuss Joe Biden's early executive orders on the climate. Milloy explains what Joe Biden has done with regards to fracking.

April 23, 2021
Heartland Director Steve Milloy, proprietor of, joined "The Ingraham Angle" on Fox News Thursday to talk about President Biden's climate summit on Earth Day. "There is a reason why Earth Day and Lenin's birthday are on the same day," he said. "This is just a totalitarian power grab." The world's poor will suffer most under Biden's plans.
April 23, 2021
Heartland Director Steve Milloy, proprietor of, joined Newsmax TV's Spicer & Co. on Thursday to talk about President Biden's climate summit and the radical plans he wants to implement. He was joined by Heartland friend Daniel Turner, executive director of Power the Future.
April 22, 2021
In this preview of Heartland’s 14th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-14) on Oct. 15-17 in Las Vegas, the Heritage Foundation’s Kevin Dayaratna, Ph.D., gave a brief presentation on his new paper with Ross McKitrick and Patrick Michaels on climate sensitivity, agricultural productivity and the social cost of carbon. This event was live-streamed at 3 p.m. ET on April 22, 2021. About Kevin Dayaratna: In my research at Heritage, I have extensively examined the integrated assessment models used to estimate the social cost of carbon (SCC) that have been used as a basis for regulating the energy sector of our economy. In particular, I have examined their robustness to a variety of assumptions, including specification of a discount rate, time horizon, and an equilibrium climate sensitivity distribution and found that these models are highly sensitive to reasonable changes to these assumptions and thus highly prone to user manipulation. In this research (co-authored with Ross McKitrick and Pat Michaels) published in the peer reviewed journal Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, we examine yet another assumption in one of the integrated assessment models - the agricultural productivity component of the FUND model. We find that this assumption is based on outdated research and vastly understated. Under a variety of reasonable adjustments to this aspect of the model, however, the FUND model results in a net zero or negative SCC, suggesting that there may be effectively zero or perhaps even net benefits due to a moderate amount of climate change.
April 20, 2021
On Tuesday, April 20 center-right climate experts took part in a one-hour webinar hosted by The Heartland Institute to discuss Biden’s extreme climate agenda heading into Earth Day and the Global Climate Summit, which will take place on April 22 and 23, 2021. Speakers: Steve Milloy, Founder, PDF of slides: James Taylor, President, The Heartland Institute PDF of slides: Gregory Wrightstone, President, CO2 Coalition PDF of slides: Myron Ebell, Director, Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Center for Energy and Environment PDF of slides: Websites to visit: Heartland Institute Climate Conference Oct 15-17, 2021 Climate Realism Climate at a Glance NIPCC Junk Science Competitive Enterprise Institute CO2 Coalition
April 15, 2021
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, Justin Haskins and the Center of the American Experiment's Isaac Orr present episode 290 of the In the Tank Podcast. The guys discuss the latest media expose on CNN by James O'Keefe of Project Veritas. After successfully taking down Trump and promoting COVID panic across America, CNN's next planned media panic will be on climate change. The ITT crew also give a primer on what climate realists actually believe, what climate alarmists claim is happening to the planet, and how it all ties into the Great Reset. All this, and more, will be addressed at Heartland's 14th International Conference on Climate Change in October. Want to attend? Details here: CLIMATE CHANGE Project Veritas – CNN Director Admits Network Engaged in Propaganda, Climate Change is Next Heartland Institute – 14th International Conference on Climate Change American Experiment – Renewable Resistance / Interview with Robert Bryce Heartland Institute – Climate at a Glance Stopping Socialism – Climate Change and the Great Reset In The Tank (ep196) - Top 5: Facts You Should Know About Climate Alarmism In The Tank (Ep250) – Apocalypse Never with Michael Shellenberger JOE BIDEN COURT PACKING NBC – Democrats to introduce bill to expand Supreme Court from 9 to 13 justices
March 3, 2021
Texas recently went through a record breaking winter storm. The media is blaming climate change, but the truth is, progressive policies promoting wind power is why so many Texans went days without electricity. Learn the real story in this video. Media request? Email
January 29, 2021
Heartland Institute President James Taylor was a guest on C-SPAN's flagship morning program, "Washington Journal," on Friday, January 29 to talk about President Biden's climate and energy plans. Taylor explained how and why canceling the Keystone XL pipeline was a bad idea, talked about how so-called "green" energy would actually cause enormous environmental damage, and took questions from C-SPAN's famously eccentric callers.
January 26, 2021
Steve Milloy, a member of Trump's transition team, joins Just the News AM TV to discuss Joe Biden's early executive orders on the climate. Milloy explains what Joe Biden has done with regards to fracking.
January 22, 2021
Steve Milloy, founder of, joined Fox News to discuss Biden's plans to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline. Milloy states that pipelines are the safest and most reliable methods of transporting oil, and the move to cancel the pipeline will not benefit the environment nor the economy.
January 7, 2021
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Cameron Sholty are joined by Isaac Orr in episode 276 of the In The Tank Podcast. The crew gives their takes on the already-infamous “siege on the capitol.” Later, they discuss the policy topics that will surely arise in 2021. Most notably, they discuss the potential of Joe Biden declaring a “climate emergency.” OPENING CHIT CHAT Siege on the Capitol POLICY TOPICS IN 2021 State level public policy Fox Business - Green Groups Press Biden to Declare Climate Emergency, Offer Draft Executive Order on Oil Leases New Republic - Why Biden Should Declare a Climate Emergency RUN, HIDE, FIGHT
December 15, 2020
Heartland Institute Editorial Director and Research Fellow Justin Haskins was on Tucker Carlson Tonight on December 11 to talk about Joe Biden's plan to chain the United States economy to the Paris climate accord. Hundreds of thousands of jobs would be lost, and it would be the first step of Biden's radical climate plans for America. Biden wants a "global trade war" against countries like China that will not similarly destroy their economies to serve the radical climate agenda and The Great Reset. "Climate change is the 'crisis' that always gives the left what they want," Haskins said.
November 25, 2020
A few days ago, the Washington Post ran a story that ranks as one of their worst-ever in terms of climate change alarmism. Titled “How climate change is complicating a Thanksgiving staple” it tells the tale of woe about disappearing cranberry sauce due to “climate change” citing “Heatwave, drought, lack of winter ice are taking a toll on a quintessential Massachusetts crop.” in the sub-headline. The story goes on to give a report on the “feelings” of Massachusetts cranberry farmers who believe that climate change is making their job harder. What’s bad about the story is that it is completely untrue, and objective real-world data smacks it down. Heartland Institute Vice President Jim Lakely talks with Senior Fellow Anthony Watts about yet another round of annual attempts by the "mainstream media" to make us feel guilty about enjoying the holidays because we are supposedly damaging the climate. Read Anthony Watts' story about this at Heartland's Climate Realism website below.