Heartland and the scientists it works with have never promoted “denial of a changing climate.” The climate is always changing. The question is whether man’s contribution to climate change rises above statistical noise and whether it is a crisis.
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Anyone who still thinks the environmental movement is based on real science or genuine concern for the environment or public health is either a fool or a “useful idiot” for the most extreme elements of the environmental left.
Roy Spencer is a climate scientist at the University of Alabama-Huntsville who may be the world’s most important scientist. He has discovered scientific insights and theories that cast great doubt on global warming doctrine.
Daniele Fanelli, a research fellow at Scotland’s University of Edinburgh, has a commentary in the February 14 issue of Nature in which he discusses “an epidemic of false, biased and falsified findings”[…]
If you’re getting this email, you are tuned in to The Heartland Institute, one of America’s most influential free-market think tanks. Our work reflects the exchange of ideas, insights, and opinions[…]
The Heartland Institute today released a 57-page slide presentation produced by its legal counsel, Jones Day, titled “Criminal Referral of Dr. Peter H. Gleick Talking Points.” The report, presented to[…]
Bruce Alberts is the editor of Science magazine, though it’s not exactly clear what the 75-year-old Alberts actually does there. The magazine is headquartered in New York, but Alberts is apparently headquartered[…]
Climate Audit’s Steve McIntyre attended the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco from December 3-7, and blogged about it Saturday. Of the 20,000 people in attendance, McIntyre[…]
In a December 28 post, blogger Greg Laden, a self-described “biological anthropologist and science communicator,” ranked The Heartland Institute’s efforts to expose global warming alarmism as one of the “top[…]
PBS aired a “Frontline” episode last night titled “Climate of Doubt.” The show’s producer (but not the host, John Hockenberry) attended Heartland’s Seventh International Conference on Climate Change in May,[…]
The president of The Heartland Institute replies to Fred Krupp’s Wall Street Journal essay. Dear Fred, I read your August 7 opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal, “A New[…]
Thanks to Rael Isaac, author of Roosters of the Apocalypse, for her Saturday piece in The American Thinker, which does a fine job defending us against Andrew Revkin’s latest effort to[…]
On January 27, the biggest global warming scandal since Climategate began. Fakegate, as it has come to be known, was even worse than Climategate, the previous scandal showing global warming[…]