The bigger problem now is that outmoded regulations stand in the way of deployment.
Paris Climate Change Conference
Saving the planet or just massively expanding activist and bureaucratic power?
President Obama will officially sign Paris Climate Agreement on Earth Day.
Third World tyrants salivate at the prospect of largesse from the green climate fund.
Greenhouse gas regulations will now be an even bigger issue in the U.S. presidential campaign
Last Dispatch: What could possibly go wrong?
Seventh Dispatch: U.S. reportedly threatens to walk out
Sixth Dispatch: The claim that pledges from 180 countries cover 95 percent of emissions is seriously misleading.
Fifth Dispatch: Here's betting that activists decry it as a "weak" accord.
Fourth Dispatch: Saving the climate is nice and all, but where's the money?
The Global Warming Policy Foundation interviews me about the book too.
Third dispatch: What happens if global temperature doesn't go up?
First dispatch: A final universal climate accord by the end of the week?
Opposing nuclear power is not climate friendly
France's erosion of civil liberties while under a state of emergency continues.
The endgame in the quest for a universal climate treaty
Heat waves 10 times more probable due to man-made global warming
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