Written by IER
The U.S. solar manufacturing industry employed about 32,000 workers in 2014—just a tiny portion of the more than 12 million domestic manufacturing jobs in the United States. China accounted for almost 70 percent of the world’s solar module manufacturing in 2013 and many manufacturers are expanding ...
Written by IER
On Sunday, President Obama announced that he will recommend to Congress that it should designate 12 million acres in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) as wilderness.[i]When briefing the press about the plan, Presidential Advisor John Podesta said that regardless of the law and ...
Written by Robert Bensh
The Ukrainian government has repeatedly claimed it is doing its best to improve the oil and gas investment climate, but official statements are the opposite of the reality, as Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk is leading the great deception.
Written by Michael Snyder
Despite a “tidal wave” of snow that could potentially dump three feet of the white stuff on New York City, Barack Obama continues to insist that global warming is the “greatest threat” that humanity is facing. And in his second term he is making the fight against climate change one of his top ...
Written by Tom DeWeese
An urgent message to the National Association of Realtors
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) is the main stream organization in which nearly every real estate agent in the nation belongs as a means to keep up with the latest ideas and trends in the property selling industry. NAR’s members ...
Written by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.
December 31st, 2014 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.
Top 10 lists are popular this time of year, so I gave in to the peer pressure. Here’s my Top 10 list of totally true climate stories of 2014. Kind of like that movie “Fargo”, which was not “based on a true story”, but was a totally “true story”.
Written by Cathie Adams
Another bad idea that will hurt the poor the most
Will the United Nations wield its unproven claim that greenhouse gas [GHG] emissions cause climate change to require each of its 193 member nations to measure and report GHG emissions, a prerequisite for a global carbon tax? Does it really matter ...
Written by Anthony Watts
Green Blob’s Annual Ritual Hits Rift Over Pledges, Climate $Trillions
China has rejected the scrutiny of efforts to limit carbon emissions, a key tool that the US says is necessary as more than 190 countries work to come up with a new deal to fight climate change. Chinese negotiators sought to ...
Written by Ken Haapala
By Ken Haapala, Executive Vice President, Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)
National Energy Policy: "You can accurately judge the viability of a potential energy source by the attitude of green activists to it. If they attack it, it is viable. If they defend it, it is non-viable."The ...