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Audubon goes over the edge

Ed. note: This article was originally published on February 9, 2016 and is printed here with permission from the author. The society’s misleading claims about a climate crisis in the Arctic must be corrected Robert W. Endlich The January-February 2016 … Continue reading

25. February 2016 by Jason Hayes
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Profiteers of climate doom

Ed note: This article was originally published February 10, 2016 and is printed here with the permission of the authors. Ten killer questions that expose how wrong and ideologically driven they are by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley, Willie Soon and … Continue reading

25. February 2016 by Jason Hayes
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June 2015 NOAA climate report – “widespread model failures”

This quote from meteorologist Joe D’aleo speaks for itself. (Read the full post on the NoTricksZone.com blog.) The problem is that the same staff responsible for creating the reports about the climate (USGCRP, State of the Climate, EPA TSD, IPPC) … Continue reading

22. July 2015 by Jason Hayes
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When Emissions Disappear, So Do Jobs

Editor’s note: This article was originally published to the ACC’s online magazine website (www.acclive.com) in January 2015. It has been moved to the Coalblog as part of our redesign of our online publications. By Donna Laframboise, Frontier Centre for Public … Continue reading

26. January 2015 by Jason Hayes
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I am the walrus … so I Guess I’m doing fine …

“I am the walrus, Goo goo g’joob …” Sadly, more and more climate-related discussion and the policies resulting from those discussions resemble the songs in “The Magical Mystery Tour.” Proof of that came with the publications of a frightening media release from the World Wildlife … Continue reading

01. October 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Holding Greenpeace Accountable

Editor’s note: This article was originally published to the ACC’s online magazine website (www.acclive.com) in July, 2014. It has been moved to the Coalblog as part of our redesign of our online publications. Poor countries should hold Big Green groups … Continue reading

15. July 2014 by Jason Hayes
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GHG regs are about “leadership” not the environment

It is really time that people woke up to the fact that these extreme new EPA regulations will have no perceptible impact on the environment. EPA Administrator, Gina McCarthy clearly admitted this fact during her testimony before Congress. As she … Continue reading

13. June 2014 by Jason Hayes
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The 97% consensus statistic is a “fiction”

This recent Wall Street Journal article by Joe Bast and Roy Spencer neatly debunks the notion that there is a 97% consensus view among scientists about the causes and expected impacts of climate change. Last week Secretary of State John Kerry warned … Continue reading

30. May 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Interesting report on the NIPCC’s Climate Change Reconsidered II

The claims that “the science is settled” or the “debate is settled” are demonstrably false. Scientists on both sides of the issue are still very actively debating and discussing.

10. April 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Exaggerating climate change impacts will “enhance global welfare”

You honestly can’t make this sort of thing up. A peer-reviewed paper was recently published in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics. The paper was titled “Information Manipulation and Climate Agreements.” The abstract reads, It appears that news media and … Continue reading

04. April 2014 by Jason Hayes
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