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November 3, 2017
By Joseph S. D'Aleo
The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season got an early start with Arlene in April, but the most powerful storms didn’t start to hit until the last week of August, when Hurricane Harvey flooded Texas and Louisiana.
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Environment
October 16, 2017
By Joseph S. D'Aleo
The waxing and waning of powerful hurricane seasons is not new.
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Environment
Climate Change
August 25, 2017
By Bette Grande, Alan Carlin, John Coleman (1934-2018), Frederick D. Palmer, Timothy Ball, S.T. Karnick, Paul Driessen, Christopher Essex, Daniel Sutter, William Briggs, Joseph S. D'Aleo, Tom Harris
" As millions brace for the potentially devastating impact from Harvey, stories are being written tying Harvey to man-made climate change." - Bette Grande
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Environment
Climate Change
August 9, 2017
By Isaac Orr, Frederick D. Palmer, Tom Harris, Tom Sheahen, Donn Dears, Marc Morano, Joseph S. D'Aleo, James H. Rust, John Coleman (1934-2018), Walter Starck, Christopher Essex, Arthur Viterito
The New York Times this week posted a draft of a climate science report by the federal government’s U.S. Global Change Research Program.
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Climate Change
Environment
August 31, 2016
By Joseph S. D'Aleo
Researchers analyzing temperature data from satellites, weather balloons, weather stations and buoys and found, once El Ninos are taken into account, “there is no ‘record setting’ warming to be concerned about.”
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Climate Change
Environment
February 22, 2016
By Joseph S. D'Aleo
A friend of the court brief filed by 13 scientists in support of 27 states challenge to the clean power plan.
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Energy
Environment
Climate Change
November 19, 2015
By Paul Driessen, Joseph S. D'Aleo
Co-authored by: Paul Driessen and Joe D’AleoA brutal cold spell could kill refugees. Paris COP21 delegates need to discuss this climate issue.
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Taxes
Government Spending
October 15, 2013
By Joseph Bast, Joseph S. D'Aleo, Tom Harris, David Littmann, Christopher Garbacz, David L. Applegate, E. Calvin Beisner, Tom Segalstad, Alan Caruba
The U.S. Supreme Court today agreed to scrutinize a narrow aspect of the Environmental Protection Agency’s power to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from stationary sources of pollution, including power plants and factories.
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Environment
 

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