Accounting for uncertainty is the key to rational policy formulation.
The secretary general ignores the many scientists who present him with conflicting information.
While developing nations suffer from CO2-scare related energy costs, we are actually near the lowest level of atmospheric CO2 in Earth’s history.
Doing the right things for the wrong reasons is a serious mistake
Royal Society/National Academy of Sciences propaganda would enrage Newton.
Pipeline supporters must argue from strength.
The responses of Barbara Boxer and Sheldon Whitehouse to the deadly tornado strike portend more disaster.
Canada's government wants the Keystone pipeline, but won't confront the activists.
Discussion of “clean” or “green” energy is climate policy by stealth.
The survey’s clear biases render the results meaningless.
This irresponsible report does not belong anywhere near policy planners.
A study says government leads public opinion on anthropogenic climate change.
Social science research provides the key to finally ending the divisive global warming debate
Government officials must attend climate skeptics’ conference in Chicago. (Don't miss PJ Media's live coverage of this week's 7th International Conference on Climate Change.)
Global warming orthodoxy gets challenged in a first-of-its-kind hearing.