Biden Talks Tough About NATO, but His Energy Policies Tell Different Story

By Steven Bucci President Joe Biden, host of the 75th anniversary NATO Summit in Washington that ends Thursday, last week claimed to ABC News anchor...

Pennsylvania General Assembly Sends Carbon Capture Bill to Governor’s Desk

By Anthony Hennen (The Center Square) — A legal framework for carbon capture and sequestration, part of a plan to reduce emissions and advance hydrogen...

Climate Change Weekly #512: Carbon Dioxide Levels and Warming Aren’t a Problem, New Study Says

CLINTEL's research directly refutes claims made by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report.

Kentucky utilities to further study nuclear power possibilities

By Steve Bittenbender (The Center Square) – Two Kentucky energy providers say they plan to use federal funding to continue studying whether there are sites...

Why the ESG Gordian Knot is So Hard to Untie

Early on in May of this year, ESMA (the European Securities and Markets Authority), finalized its guidelines for sustainability and ESG-related fund labeling.  Pressure for taking...

Energy Innovation Is Key to Prosperity

By Miles Pollard and Richard Stern In a recent report, “Powering Human Advancement,” The Heritage Foundation laid bare the truth that the driving force behind...

U.K. Net Zero Mandate Will Sink Economy (Commentary)

U.K. Net Zero mandate will sink the British economy and PM Keir Starmer's 'Pro-Growth' Labor Party manifesto. (Commentary) By Rupert Darwall “We did it,” Sir Keir Starmer told cheering...

(Satire) Liberal In Private Jet Upset As He Looks Down And Sees All The Cows Causing Climate Change

By The Babylon Bee MARTHA'S VINEYARD, MA — Several members of the household staff of Gerald C. Pennyworth IV report that their employer, a white...

Climate Change Weekly #511: Illegal ESG Collusion Behind Decarbonization Efforts

The Heartland Institute was well ahead of the curve in exposing the dangers ESG poses to freedom and economic progress.

Salmon Restoration Must Address Bass Predation

By Edward Ring As reported in the Fresno Bee earlier this week, “More than 20,000 San Joaquin Valley residents could be left high and dry, literally, by...

U.S. Energy Production Continues to Soar

By Nolan Mckendry (The Center Square) - In 2023, energy production in the United States reached unprecedented levels, marking a significant milestone in the nation's...

Initiative to Repeal Cap-and-Trade May Already Be Lowering Carbon Auction Prices

By Brett Davis (The Center Square) – A choice available to voters on the November ballot could already be saving them money at the pump. This...

Growing Local Backlash to Large-Scale Wind and Solar Power Installations

Across the globe, local governments are increasingly rejecting proposals to site industrial wind and solar facilities in areas within their control.

Stephen Moore: Saving Cows From the Environmentalists

Enjoy your cheeseburgers and steaks when you fire up the grill this Fourth of July weekend, because they may not be available much longer. That's...

Huge Percentage of EV Owners Want to Go Back to Normal Cars, Study Finds

By Nick Pope Nearly half of American electric vehicle owners want to buy an internal combustion engine model the next time they buy a car, according to...

Google Doesn’t Want You To Know The Truth About Heat Waves And ‘Climate Change’

By Issues & Insights Editorial Board ast week, we published an editorial arguing that government data didn’t support various claims about climate change. And we...

Climate Change Weekly #510: International Climate Conference Debunks Science and Policy Consensus Claims

This conference was the first of its kind to take place in Austria, whose populist conservative Members of Parliament wield increasing influence within the EU Parliament.

Severe flooding caused ‘unprecedented crisis,’ Galveston Bay oyster destruction

By Bethany Blankley (The Center Square) – In the first six months of this year, Texans have suffered from devastating natural disasters, from tornadoes in...

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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.