Peer-Review Thuggery

Penn State’s Michael Mann seriously evades Climategate’s core issues in his self-defense in Friday’s Washington Post. He speaks about “decades of work by thousands of scientists around the world” that ...

Land Use and Warming

Via Anthony Watts, a new study from Georgia Tech has some interesting findings: “Across the U.S. as a whole, approximately 50 percent of the warming that has occurred since 1950 is ...

Expect a Boxer Rebellion

When it comes to climate change legislation, it’s hard to figure what the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee Chairman Barbara Boxer could possibly be thinking.   Less than 48 ...

Cap-and-Trade-War

Despite indications that much of President Obama’s agenda is meeting intra-party skepticism all over Capitol Hill, there is one policy nexus where congressional leaders are still doggedly determined to move ...

The UN’s Climate of Futility

Climate bureaucrats from 180 countries came together in Bonn, Germany, to craft yet another proposal to replace the UN’s failed Kyoto Protocol on global warming. Whatever comes out of the ...