This plenary opening dinner session will feature a Climate Change Award, a scientific presentation, an explanation of Heartland’s “Climate at a Glance” project for American teachers, and a presentation on the nexus between The Great Reset and global climate change policy is featured in this session.
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Chris Talgo present episode 316 of the In The Tank Podcast. On this episode, the ITT crew talks about the Huffington Post’s attempt to cancel Heartland’s climate conference, Google’s move to demonetize climate “disinfo,” and the global supply chains breaking down.
OPENING CHIT CHAT
14th International Conference on Climate Change
Huffington Post - Caesars Palace to Host 3-Day Climate Denier Conference
GOOGLE BLACKLISTS HEARTLAND
Google, YouTube to prohibit ads and monetization on climate denial content
Climate Depot – Democrats pressure Google to censor climate skeptics on YouTube (January 2020)
GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS BREAKING DOWN
CNBC – Lebanon suffers 24-hour blackout, food poisoning, business closures amid fuel crisis
CNN – The global supply chain nightmare is about to get worse
Reuters – ‘There will be things that people can’t get,’ at Christmas, White House warns
CNBC – Consumer prices rise more than expected as energy costs surge
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Joe Biden's government is attempting to put an 8% fee on existing federal lands mines and 4% fees on new ones. These mines often produce lithium and copper. Both are required for green energy sources. At the same time, Biden is using his power to mandate an increase in green energy source production.
China currently mines 90% of the copper and lithium used globally. With increased fees and a higher demand, that figure will surely increase. Joe Biden is handing China another win on a silver platter.
Eileen Griffin covers the biggest stories from The Heartland Daily News.
Chad Wolf: My Home, Family Were Targeted by Protesters. This Must Stop.
Student Loans: A ‘National Catastrophe’
Violent Crime Surged in 2020, FBI Reports
Buchanan: Who Is Killing 10,000 Black Americans Every Year?
In Ep2 of the Morano Minute, Marc Morano highlights how numerous publications are blaming toxic masculinity and racism as causes climate change. Common sense indicates that someone's gender has no relation to the climate, but that's apparently now a "debate."
Joe Morris, chairman of the board of The Heartland Institute, takes the stage at Heartland's 2021 Benefit Dinner to discuss why it's imperative that Americans break the unspoken rules elites and the establishment want us to live by. Joe explains how the mainstream media is an extension of the government, highlighting how media outrage is not indicative of public sentiment.
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal is joined by Isaac Orr (Center of the American Experiment) and Jason Hayes (Mackinac Center for Public Policy) for episode #315 of the In The Tank Podcast. From Michigan to California and the United States to Europe, we are seeing energy crises brought on by terrible public policy. The ITT crew talks about how these policies, intending to fight against climate change, are causing dramatic increases in electricity prices, raising unemployment, food shortages, and ultimately the deaths of many people come winter.
ENERGY IN MICHIGAN
The Center Square - Whitmer squares off against Canadian government in pipeline dispute
Crains - Whitmer to Legislature: Time to re-arm MEDC with new 'tools' after losing Ford EV, battery plants
Mackinac Center - Destructive Green Energy Mandates Stifle Growth and Raise Prices
ENERGY IN THE WORLD
NYT - A Scary Energy Winter Is Coming. Don’t Blame the Greens
Washington Times - A woke, green future means soaring energy costs, blackouts, food shortages and more unemployment
To catch our ninth in this series, join us live Wednesday, October 6 at 2:00 p.m. ET (1:00 p.m. CT) as E. Calvin Beisner, Ph.D., founder & national spokesman for The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, gives a preview of his presentation at the conference titled, "Fossil Fuels in an Age of Climate-Change Alarm."
Dr. Beisner will apply Christian ethics, especially regarding the poor, to debates about the relative costs and benefits of fossil fuels versus wind and solar in light of fears of catastrophic anthropogenic global warming.