Written by Travis Fisher and Alex Fitzsimmons
The wind industry promotes itself as better for the environment than traditional energy sources such as coal and natural gas. For example, the industry claims that wind energy reduces carbon dioxide emissions that contribute to global warming.
Written by Craig Idso, Robert M. Carter , S. Fred Singer, Willie Soon
Craig Idso, Robert M. Carter , S. Fred Singer, Willie Soon
The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a final version of the Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of its Fifth Assessment Report on September 27, 2013. It differs in important ...
Written by James M. Taylor, J.D.
If EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy kept her eyes open during her late-August tour of the Pebble Group’s proposed mining site in southwestern Alaska, she saw a group committed to the most impressive environmental stewardship possible. I know this because I toured the Pebble Group’s proposed mining ...
Written by William Yeatman
States are supposed to lead in fighting pollution, but federal bureaucrats have usurped the states' role
Summary: Congress intended the Environmental Protection Agency to work closely with state and local officials—those nearest to the people. But since 2009, the Environmental Protection Agency ...
Written by Taylor Smith
Coal, a black or brownish rock made from highly compressed plants that lived and died hundreds of millions of years ago, is the most plentiful fossil fuel in current use. The levelized cost (estimated cost assuming equal tax treatment) of electricity from conventional coal technology is 3.79 cents ...
Written by Paul Driessen
How can members of Congress still support rising renewable fuel mandates?
Arguments put forward to support ethanol and other biofuels hold water like sieves – leaking billions of gallons of precious fresh water that are required to produce this expensive, unsustainable energy.
Written by Angela Logomasini
Thanks to misguided bureaucracy and fear mongering from environmental activists, myriad valuable products are disappearing from the marketplace. Walmart, Proctor & Gamble, and Johnson and Johnson are leading the way by following green advice to phase out a host of valuable chemical technologies ...
Written by EIR
On September 20, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is scheduled to release its new regulations for constructing coal (and natural gas-fired) power plants. The buzz is that these regulations are more lenient than those EPA proposed earlier. Regardless, either version will deny U.S. citizens ...
Written by NIPCC
First, this week's news from SEPP, you will find the information regarding the new report on global warming further down the page, with the press conference information details..
IPCC:On September 27, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is scheduled to release the first part of ...