How Top-down Federal Energy Regulations Kill American Towns

By Americans for Prosperity The figure of a tumbleweed blowing through a dusty ghost town is as much a part of Americana as apple pie...

Climate Change Weekly #483: Climate Alarm Is a ‘One-Sided Religious Story,” Not Science

I was always under the impression that the great scientists in history were outstanding because they looked at things differently.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Gets Fact-Checked During Hearing For False Climate Claim

A fact check showed Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was wrong to claim oil and gas production on public lands was responsible for a quarter of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. The true number is 0.6 percent.

State AGs Warn Banks That They Are Violating Anti-Trust Laws

An alliance of financial service providers committed to left-wing climate goals is potentially violating antitrust and consumer protection laws, 22 Republican Attorneys General said in a letter sent to the institutions.

Op-Ed: Every Problem With The Texas Grid Is Caused By Government Policy

By David Blackmon Grid managers at the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) were forced to move to stage 2 emergency measures Wednesday evening when...

The Biden Administration Misleads the Public on the Land Needed for ‘Net Zero’

The Biden administration is misleading the country about the amount of land required to meet its ambitious renewable energy goals.

The Biden Admin is Still Trying a Roundabout Way to Ban Gas Stoves

By Nick Pope The Biden administration maintains that it is not attempting to ban gas stoves, but its spending on building electrification programs indicates that...

Blackouts Likely From Biden’s Power Plant Rules, Finds Study

Four of the largest electric grid operators in America warned that President Biden’s proposed regulations limiting carbon dioxide emissions from fossil-fueled power plants would undermine the reliability of the U.S. electric system.

Manchin Unloads on Biden Admin for Curtailing Oil Activity in Alaska

By Nick Pope Democratic West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin torched President Joe Biden and his administration Thursday for their aggressive moves to curtail oil activity...

Climate Change Weekly #482: Science Teachers Are Subverting an Accurate Understanding of Climate

I was always under the impression that the great scientists in history were outstanding because they looked at things differently.

As South Dakota Denies CO2 Pipeline Proposal, Debate Continues in Illinois

By Greg Bishop (The Center Square) – As one state has declined a request from a CO2 pipeline that would also come through Illinois, the...

Gavin Newsom Wants to Fill a Natural Gas Facility He Campaigned to Shut Down

By Nick Pope Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom is pushing to fill up a natural gas facility that he once pledged to shut down as...

WA Ecology Awards Millions For Management of Floodplains

By Randy Bracht (The Center Square) – The Washington Department of Ecology has awarded $63 million to a dozen recipients – tribes, counties and conservation groups –...

Renewed Forced Labor Cloud Darkens Solar’s Moment in the Las Vegas Sun

the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act created a rebuttable presumption that all goods manufactured in whole or in part in the Xinjiang region of China use forced labor and are thus not admissible into U.S. commerce.

FEMA: White House Still Considering Montana Flooding Relief

Governor Gianforte has requested federal assistance in the form of a disaster declaration, citing Montana flooding from earlier this summer. By Chris Woodward (The Center Square)...

(Satire) Texas Governor Signs Legislation Making It Legal To Make Climate Protestors Dance By Firing Six-Shooters At Their Feet

By The Babylon Bee AUSTIN, TX — In response to a trend of climate protestors blocking roads and interrupting the daily lives of sane people,...

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

By The Antiplanner The Antiplanner’s exurban area has been filled with smoke the last few days as winds have blown soot from wildfires in western...

EPA Denies Aid to Majority of Victims of Gold King Mine Spill Caused by EPA

By Lillian Tweten The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) denied two-thirds of the damage claims associated with the 2015 Gold King Mine spill near Silverton, Colorado,...

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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.