A bill intended to make America's housing stock more climate-resilient also includes a big effective subsidy for the properties most exposed to the risks of climate change.
The risk of dying from extreme weather since the 1920s has dropped by 99.75 percent.
The findings of the newest IPCC report on the future of the planet—called a "code red" for humanity—have been wildly distorted.
Dismissing climate science, the IPCC, and the costs of climate change are neither prudent nor responsible.
Sen. Ed Markey and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have proposed the creation of a counterproductive $130 billion federal behemoth.
The Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change issues its Sixth Assessment Report on the global climate.
The technique "could potentially help address problems of poverty and food insecurity at a global scale."
A week after granting summary judgment for another defendant (CEI), the judge rejects all but one of the proffered experts.
Another significant loss for the controversial climate scientist, though his cases against two remaining defendants will continue.
Without the prospect of Supreme Court review, does the district court still have jurisdiction to consider a settlement?
"Pay no attention to those states claiming you lack jurisdiction to approve a settlement."
To Stop Climate Change Americans Must Cut Energy Use by 90 Percent, Live in 640 Square Feet, and Fly Only Once Every 3 Years, Says Study
Researchers admit there are absolutely no current examples of low-energy societies providing a decent living standard for their citizens.
Another lifeless pseudo-blockbuster goes straight to streaming.
States Seek to Intervene to Prevent Settlement in Kids Climate Case Ninth Circuit Already Ordered Dismissed
The district court has ordered a settlement conference in Juliana v. U.S., even though the Ninth Circuit held federal courts lack jurisdiction to hear the claims.
Judge Aiken has ordered a settlement conference in the Kids Climate Case.
Building more and better energy infrastructure is the best guarantee against fuel and electricity disruptions.
The president says fighting climate change is one of his primary goals. His legislation would do no such thing.
The data behind apocalypse 2030 is based on placing blame, not predicting the future.
Senate Democrats vote to repeal a Trump Administration regulation easing restrictions on methane emissions.
Adapting to Climate Change: Economic and Legal Perspectives featuring Matthew Kahn and Robin Craig
The plan would require a substantial retirement of machines that run on fossil fuels.
It would significantly reduce carbon emissions, but onerous regulation stands in the way.
Effective climate adaptation depends upon effective price signals. So why is the Senate Majority Leader standing in the way?
If there is an urgent need for emission reductions, regulatory ossification and legal risks counsel the consideration of other approaches, such as a carbon tax.
Gov. Gavin Newsom's executive order banning non-electric cars from being sold after 2035 merely shifts the emissions from the tailpipe to the power plant.
The vast majority of the shortfall is from failures at fossil fuel-powered plants.
The plaintiffs in Juliana v. United States may now file a petition for certiorari. They should be careful what they wish for.
Parsing technology trends, policy proposals, and clean tax cuts
The last seven years have been the warmest seven years on record.
"The vast majority of 2020's emission reductions were due to decreased economic activity."
Human ingenuity is enabling us to get ever more goods and services from fewer and fewer resources.
My review of Michael Shellenberger's Apocalypse Never
A review of Richard Lazarus' chronicle of the Massachusetts v. EPA litigation in The New Atlantis.
Biden would rejoin on day one of his administration.
Taking meaningful steps to reduce carbon emissions requires recognizing that the market is smarter than bureaucrats in Washington.
Jeff Nesbit and Bjorn Lomborg on the threat of climate change and what should be done about it
Jeff Nesbit vs. Bjorn Lomborg on the threat of climate change and what should be done about it
And yet, fewer lives are being lost with no increase in proportional economic losses.
A marathon oral argument on EPA's attempts at climate policy.