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Environment & Energy

The Real Story Behind Wind, Solar Energy

by Pearl Hahn Remember how anthropogenic global warming advocates had to switch their terminology to climate change? I also have to remind myself to stop using the term “renewable energy” for wind, solar, and other alternatives to fossil fuels. This Mises piece likens energy to a river, existing as flows

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Spain’s Green Jobs: The Opposite of a Boon

by Pearl Hahn Obama’s Energy Secretary, Steven Chu, is currently endeavoring to develop green jobs under the belief that such an initiative will alleviate rising unemployment and the recession. Chu, a Nobel-prize-winning physicist, has been adamantabout his wish to fight global warming and advocates spending billions on alternative energy research

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A climate of common sense: The International Climate Change Conference, 2009

During the Heartland Institute’s recent International Climate Change Conference in New York City (co-sponsored by GRIH), Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus declared that the true plans and ambitions of climate change alarmists are “to stop economic development, and return mankind centuries back.” I was lucky enough to hear him first-hand

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International climate change conference; featuring Stanley Goldenberg

At the recent Heartland Institute’s International Conference on Climate Change 2009 in New York City, which GRIH co-sponsored, Grassroot Institute Policy Analyst Pearl Hahn sat down with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Meteorologist Stanley Goldenberg who heads the Atlantic Oceanographic & MET Lab Hurricane Department at the agency. This is

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International climate change conference, featuring Todd Wynn

The Second Annual International Conference on Climate Change 2009 Scientists, economists, and climate experts with a skeptical view of climate change alarmism gathered in New York City on March 8-10, 2009 to discuss why they believe the global warming crisis has been canceled and whether a crisis ever really existed

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The Real Story Behind Wind, Solar Energy

by Pearl Hahn Remember how anthropogenic global warming advocates had to switch their terminology to climate change? I also have to remind myself to stop using the term “renewable energy” for wind, solar, and other alternatives to fossil fuels. This Mises piece likens energy to a river, existing as flows

Read More →

Spain’s Green Jobs: The Opposite of a Boon

by Pearl Hahn Obama’s Energy Secretary, Steven Chu, is currently endeavoring to develop green jobs under the belief that such an initiative will alleviate rising unemployment and the recession. Chu, a Nobel-prize-winning physicist, has been adamantabout his wish to fight global warming and advocates spending billions on alternative energy research

Read More →

A climate of common sense: The International Climate Change Conference, 2009

During the Heartland Institute’s recent International Climate Change Conference in New York City (co-sponsored by GRIH), Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus declared that the true plans and ambitions of climate change alarmists are “to stop economic development, and return mankind centuries back.” I was lucky enough to hear him first-hand

Read More →

International climate change conference; featuring Stanley Goldenberg

At the recent Heartland Institute’s International Conference on Climate Change 2009 in New York City, which GRIH co-sponsored, Grassroot Institute Policy Analyst Pearl Hahn sat down with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Meteorologist Stanley Goldenberg who heads the Atlantic Oceanographic & MET Lab Hurricane Department at the agency. This is

Read More →

International climate change conference, featuring Todd Wynn

The Second Annual International Conference on Climate Change 2009 Scientists, economists, and climate experts with a skeptical view of climate change alarmism gathered in New York City on March 8-10, 2009 to discuss why they believe the global warming crisis has been canceled and whether a crisis ever really existed

Read More →