H. Sterling Burnett

H. Sterling Burnett, Ph.D. is a Heartland senior fellow on environmental policy and the managing editor of Environment & Climate News.
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Climate Change Weekly #422: Being a Climate Alarmist Means Never Having to Admit You’re Wrong

A mountain of evidence shows climate alarmists never learn from their mistakes, be they clear misstatements of facts or repeatedly failed prognostications.

Climate Change Weekly #421: Alarmists Embrace Authoritarianism, Ignore Lessons of History

In the aftermath of the terrible and deadly multiple tornado strikes across several states on December 10, President Joe Biden and the woke parrots on his climate team wasted no time in linking the recent tornado disaster to climate change.

Climate Change Weekly #420: On Tornados and Extreme Weather, Biden Is Wrong (Again)

In the aftermath of the terrible and deadly multiple tornado strikes across several states on December 10, President Joe Biden and the woke parrots on his climate team wasted no time in linking the recent tornado disaster to climate change.

Climate Change Weekly #419: Biden’s Climate Policies Damage America, Democrats, and the Climate

Global elites regularly decry the supposedly “existential” threat purported human-caused climate change poses to the environment, civilization, and even human survival.

Climate Change Weekly #418: Hypocrisy, Not Climate Concern, Dominated COP-26

Global elites regularly decry the supposedly “existential” threat purported human-caused climate change poses to the environment, civilization, and even human survival.

President Biden’s Climate/Energy Policies Are an Exercise in Magical Thinking

President Joe Biden and the Democratic caucus’ efforts to remake America’s electric power system into one that emits no carbon dioxide (net zero) by 2050 in order to prevent climate change are pipedreams.

The Heartland Institute Comments on USDA “Climate-Smart Agriculture and Forestry Partnership Program”

The Heartland Institute strongly object to the Commodity Credit Corporation’s attempt to create a so-called “The Climate-Smart Agriculture and Forestry Partnership Program,” which is contrary to the plain letter of the law.

The Myth of Climate Refugees

Climate change is not the cause of illegal immigration.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Directs State Power Regulator to Improve Electric Reliability

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott sent a letter to the state’s Public Utility Commission directing it to take immediate action to improve electric reliability across the state.

The Red Queen Would Be Proud of the Impossibly Inconsistent Climate Disaster Claims

Above- or below-average snowfall, monsoon rains, or rising or falling Great Lake levels or wind speeds may be indications of climate change, but only if a single, consistent direction of change is sustained over decades. If, instead, these patterns shift back and forth annually or every few years, that’s just normal weather.

H. Sterling Burnett

H. Sterling Burnett, Ph.D. is a Heartland senior fellow on environmental policy and the managing editor of Environment & Climate News.

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