H. Sterling Burnett

H. Sterling Burnett, Ph.D. is the director of The Heartland Institute's Robinson Center on Climate and Environmental Policy and the managing editor of Environment & Climate News.
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Climate Change Weekly #454: Economic Realities Dash Biden’s Offshore Wind Plans

President Joe Biden’s plans for nearly a coast-long chain of offshore industrial wind facilities have more than a few hurdles to clear before they reality.

Climate Change Weekly #453: Climate Catastrophism Is Worse Than Climate Change

Children’s psyches are being horribly scarred as climate catastrophism has created a new category of psychological disorder, “climate grief.”

Climate Change Weekly #452: No Consensus on Climate Crisis, Scientist Survey Finds

The Heartland Institute recently commissioned a survey by Fairleigh Dickinson University to get scientists’ thoughts on climate change. The survey results dispel the notion that 97 percent of relevant scientists believe humans are causing catastrophic climate change.

Climate Change Weekly #451: Green Energy Revolution Hits Energy Reality Wall

If carbon dioxide emissions from human activities are causing dangerous climate change, China is the straw that stirs the drink. China emits more carbon dioxide than all the developed countries on Earth combined.

Climate Change Weekly #450: Climate Censors and Their Phony Fact Checks, Paid Shills

Timothy Ball, Ph.D. passed away on September 24. I’m truly sorry to have to write this.

Climate Change Weekly #449: In Memoriam: Timothy Ball, Ph.D., Fierce Defender of Science

Timothy Ball, Ph.D. passed away on September 24. I’m truly sorry to have to write this.

Climate Change Weekly #448: Proposed Virginia Wind Facility Threatens Endangered Whales

North Atlantic Right Whales (NARW) are majestic giants of the seas. There are only approximately 300 NARWs alive today.

Climate Change Weekly #447: Climate Hype to the Contrary, Life Is Improving

As with so many frightening climate claims, in the words of Carl Sagan (which were a restatement of Pierre-Simon Laplace), “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.”

Climate Change Weekly #446: No, Melting Greenland Ice Is Not About to Swamp Coastal Areas

As with so many frightening climate claims, in the words of Carl Sagan (which were a restatement of Pierre-Simon Laplace), “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.”

Op-Ed: Inflation Reduction Act Won’t Reduce Inflation or Sell More Electric Vehicles

The Inflation Reduction Act won’t reduce inflation or sell more electric vehicles, so if also will not cut carbon emissions.

H. Sterling Burnett

H. Sterling Burnett, Ph.D. is the director of The Heartland Institute's Robinson Center on Climate and Environmental Policy and the managing editor of Environment & Climate News.

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