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ACCCE: 6 Major Myths About EPA’s Proposed Carbon Regulations

ACCCE has published some essential reading for anyone involved in the energy industry. The EPA’s latest GHG regulations are not what they seem. MYTH #1: The proposal will prevent global climate change. FACT: The proposal will have practically no effect … 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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Coal Q&A: Truth vs. Fiction

Christopher Hopkins, Senior Vice President Mining Ben Kelahan, Senior Vice President Energy The Saint Consulting Group Wednesday, July 28th – 11:30 am-12:30 pm Eastern We’ve seen & heard the anti-coal campaigns – Beyond Coal Coal is Dirty Coal is Not … Continue reading

27. July 2010 by Jason Hayes
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