Written by Americans for Prosperity
In a move to reshape the regulatory framework of the auto and energy sector, today the EPA issued a joint rulemakingwith the Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration regulating the emission of six greenhouse gases from light duty vehicles under the Clean Air ...
Written by Mortensen Film
Our clouds take their orders from the stars," says the Danish scientist Henrik Svensmark. That's the amazing and provocative discovery reported here. Most experts thought the idea was crazy.
The Cloud Mystery - How the Milky Way, the Sun, and the clouds rule climate on Earth.
Written by Steve Milloy
So President Obama says he's for more offshore oil drilling. Does he really mean it? Would it matter if he did?
Addressing the latter question first, consider President George W. Bush called for offshore drilling in June 2008, when gasoline prices hit $4 per gallon and ...
Written by Tim McLaughlin and Karen Roche of The Energy Report
Many analysts say that there still isn't enough demand for natural gas to make it a smart investment opportunity. John Licata, chief investment strategist at Blue Phoenix Inc., disagrees. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, John explains why he thinks that by year-end natural gas ...
Written by Richard Falknor
"It also appears President Obama is caught in a contradiction: the President is, on the one hand, pushing forward with global warming policies to make fossil fuels more expensive, while on the other hand, he's talking about drilling for more fossil fuels offshore. How does the President square ...
Written by Bonner R. Cohen - Heartland.org
Determined to fulfill his pledge to require Los Angeles to derive 20 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by end of the year, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is moving ahead with plans to impose a stiff carbon surcharge on monthly utility bills. The mayor's goal is to push the city's ...
Written by Hans Schreuder
Thank you for sending me the Final Adjudication with regards my complaint about the government's "Act on CO2" campaign.
Within that final adjudication there are blatant untruths, the greatest of all being that 40% of atmospheric carbon dioxide comes from human activity.
Written by Kevin Roeten
Quiet words from Interior Secretary Ken Salazar on 3/5, directly indicated a new three-year ban, at least in offshore oil drilling leases. Pure facts dictate this move will kill any American initiative to produce all of its oil independently. More than 2/3 of the American public supports such a ...
Written by Senator James Inhofe
from U.S. News and World Report
Call it the global warming crackup, an unfolding process of contradictory claims about glaciers, weather, and scientists asserting a consensus when none exists. Global warming alarmists can't make up their minds because the entire basis for their energy rationing ...