Climate Change Weekly #218Coming from way out of left field, Democratic operatives responsible for writing their party’s platform this year have unanimously adopted a provision calling for the Department of Justice to investigate companies who
Climate Change Weekly #217 For Climate Change Weekly readers who aren’t skeptical of the claim humans are causing a climate catastrophe by burning fossil fuels, new studies have emerged that should temper your fears.
Climate Change Weekly #216 On June 10, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution sponsored by Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) expressing the sense of Congress that a carbon tax would harm the economy and should not be enacted.
Climate Change Weekly #215
Republicans in the United States House of Representatives and Senate are pushing back against state and federal attorneys general who believe the First Amendment is null and void if people exercise their freedoms of speech
Climate Change Weekly #214 In an interview with Reuters, Republican presidential contender Donald Trump threw climate alarmists into a tizzy by saying he would renegotiate the conditions for America’s involvement in the United Nations’ global climate
Climate Change Weekly #211
In the Climate Change Weekly released April 5 (CCW 209), I discussed the press conference held by a group of state attorneys general (AG), led by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, threatening investigations and
Climate Change Weekly #209 The theory of anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is composed of three parts: 1) Earth is warming unnaturally, causing changes to the climate; 2) Human actions, primarily the burning of fossil fuels, are causing this warming