The data behind apocalypse 2030 is based on placing blame, not predicting the future.
And produced with a much lower environmental footprint
"The vast majority of 2020's emission reductions were due to decreased economic activity."
A marathon oral argument on EPA's attempts at climate policy.
The Apocalypse Never author documents that things are getting greener and makes a case for nuclear power.
Clean technologies can compete (and win) if barriers to participation are removed.
Climate change is a problem, but the end of the world is not scheduled for 2030.
Going vegetarian would reduce a person's greenhouse gas emissions by around 2 percent
Funny: These cities didn't disclose any concerns about climate change in their bond issues.
Is the plan actually necessary for bringing emissions down?
The climate after Trump
Instead, submit the Paris agreement as a treaty to Senate for a vote
New law aims to reduce bovine flatulance, but will the cows obey?
Paris climate agreement will reduce global warming by 0.2 degrees Celsius by 2100
But remember, the Paris Agreement is NOT a treaty!
Only if you think merely tripling per capita GDP by 2100 is poverty
Headline: Exxon's CEO says fossil fuels are raising temperatures and sea levels: Why won't the Wall Street Journal?
Yet the U.S. economy grew in real terms by 15 percent since 2005.
But benefits won't last forever as climate change gets worse
The candidates are either ignorant or pandering
Sixth Dispatch: The claim that pledges from 180 countries cover 95 percent of emissions is seriously misleading.
Fourth Dispatch: Saving the climate is nice and all, but where's the money?
The endgame in the quest for a universal climate treaty
Climate Progress' Resident Hysteric Attacks Lomborg Study of the Inefficacy of Paris Greenhouse Gas Emissions Pledges
Cites MIT "expert" who has apparently not read the work of his colleagues who agree with Lomborg
Plenty of economic pain for a likely reduction in global temperature rise of about -0.17°C in 2100
Increase equal to about 70 percent of total U.S. annual coal consumption
Man-made warming plus El Nino makes for a hot time
So says the new U.N. analysis of national climate plans from 146 countries
According to Nobel economics laureate Joseph Stiglitz
Rich countries commit to total decarbonization of the global economy.
New regs will not inconvenience Paris climate conference attendees in December