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Jason Funes on Panel 1A: The Future of Coal, Oil, and Natural Gas
38:09
August 10, 2018
President Donald Trump has unleashed an Energy Freedom agenda for America with the aim of making the United States the world’s leading energy power. There is a lot of positive news on that front, and these speakers will talk about the bright times ahead for the future of coal, petroleum, and natural gas.

38:09
August 10, 2018
President Donald Trump has unleashed an Energy Freedom agenda for America with the aim of making the United States the world’s leading energy power. There is a lot of positive news on that front, and these speakers will talk about the bright times ahead for the future of coal, petroleum, and natural gas.
 
38:08
August 10, 2018
America’s freedom and prosperity are literally fueled by this country’s abundant and affordable fossil fuels — coal, petroleum, and natural gas. We’re finally going after it in ways that will fire the engine of America’s economy and still protect the environment.
 
32:23
August 10, 2018
You want to see real Russian Collusion? The Russians have funneled millions to groups in the West to oppose energy exploration, especially fracking. This panel will expose that woefully underreported story, and also the influence of billionaire radicals like Tom Steyer and Michael Bloomberg.
 
40:21
August 10, 2018
America’s freedom and prosperity are literally fueled by this country’s abundant and affordable fossil fuels — coal, petroleum, and natural gas. We’re finally going after it in ways that will fire the engine of America’s economy and still protect the environment.
 
37:37
August 10, 2018
Environmental activists are losing the public debate, so (naturally) they run to the courts to get judges to enact their radical agenda. From the “climate trial” in San Francisco, to the case to preserve the planet on behalf of “the children,” the litigation seems endless. What’s the status of these cases? And will they succeed?
 
43:14
August 10, 2018
The Regulations from the Executive In Need of Scrutiny Act (REINS Act) requires legislative approval of regulations that cost the private sector more than a set amount. A federal version sets the bar at $100 million. This is an essential effort that will finally put unaccountable federal and state regulators back in their place. This panel will address the challenges over-regulation poses for American prosperity.
 
17:38
August 10, 2018
The Regulations from the Executive In Need of Scrutiny Act (REINS Act) requires legislative approval of regulations that cost the private sector more than a set amount. A federal version sets the bar at $100 million. This is an essential effort that will finally put unaccountable federal and state regulators back in their place. This panel will address the challenges over-regulation poses for American prosperity.
 
35:04
August 10, 2018
America’s freedom and prosperity are literally fueled by this country’s abundant and affordable fossil fuels — coal, petroleum, and natural gas. We’re finally going after it in ways that will fire the engine of America’s economy and still protect the environment.
 
51:18
August 10, 2018
Environmental activists are losing the public debate, so (naturally) they run to the courts to get judges to enact their radical agenda. From the “climate trial” in San Francisco, to the case to preserve the planet on behalf of “the children,” the litigation seems endless. What’s the status of these cases? And will they succeed?
 
43:34
August 10, 2018
Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards are a relic of the Carter years. Obama put them on steroids as he left office. Trump is rolling them back. CAFE standards make vehicles less safe, and they are not necessary in an oil-rich America where consumers can decide to trade safety or power for fuel efficiency.
 
35:04
August 10, 2018
Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards are a relic of the Carter years. Obama put them on steroids as he left office. Trump is rolling them back. CAFE standards make vehicles less safe, and they are not necessary in an oil-rich America where consumers can decide to trade safety or power for fuel efficiency.
 
34:59
August 10, 2018
Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards are a relic of the Carter years. Obama put them on steroids as he left office. Trump is rolling them back. CAFE standards make vehicles less safe, and they are not necessary in an oil-rich America where consumers can decide to trade safety or power for fuel efficiency.
 
 
 
 

Videos for 13 Climate Change Conferences

The Heartland Institute has organized and hosted 13 International Conferences on Climate Change (ICCC) since 2008, the latest in Washington, DC on March 23-24, 2017.

Videos from all 13 conferences can be viewed here.