Maybe The Heartland Institute never stood a chance against Peter Gleick, because DOJ already made up its mind that alarmists are the “good guys” and realists are the “bad guys” in the global warming debate. Maybe Gleick had political protection from the White House. Maybe political bias trumped justice?
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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.
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[…]