Written by Nathan Burchfiel
June 11, 2008
By Nathan Burchfiel
Business & Media Institute
Climate change activists in elected office, lobbying and the media view rising fuel costs as 'the best thing that can possibly happen.'
Has has finally hit $4 a gallon. Most Americans are upset about the cost, but to ...
Written by SPPI
June 16, 2008
In an April 2008 white paper entitled, "Natural Gas and Electricity Costs and Impacts on Industry", the U.S. Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) reported that opposition to new coal-based power plants is leading to a generation capacity shortage ...
Written by Icecap
Written by Bob Webster
June 6, 2008
by Bob Webster
Headlines from around the world strongly suggest that the ardor for "doing something" about carbon emissions has cooled substantially, just as has global temperatures over recent years. Cooling ardor is due to the sobering recognition that the costs of current "green" ...
Written by Eagle Forum
June 5, 2008
Lieberman-Warner Climate Security Act UPDATE: Vote Goes Down in Flames!
After promising to allow an open and lengthy debate on America's Climate Security Act (S. 3036), Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) filed cloture to proceed to final passage, allowing NO ...
Written by Stephen Wilde
The Death Blow to AGW
Wednesday June 04, 2008 9:46 AM BST
Stephen Wilde has been a Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society since 1968. The first five articles from Mr Wilde were received with a great deal of interest throughout the Co2 Sceptic community.
Written by ACCF/NAM
Written by SPPI
June 3, 2008
Observed Climate Change and the Negligible Global Effect of Greenhouse-gas Emission Limits in the State of Georgia
Summary for Policy Makers
The observations we have detailed herein illustrate that climate variability from year-to-year and decade-to-decade plays a greater ...
Written by Joseph DÂ’Aleo
June 2, 2008
May 2008 Was Another Cold Month
By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM - For more than 75% of the nation, May was cooler than normal, as much as 6F below in the far North Central.