Carbon capture and storage a waste of time and money

Kelvin Kemm likens the scurrying about to combat the supposed ill effects of increasing worldwide atmospheric carbon dioxide to a nation reacting in fear to rumors of ghosts in the attic and in the addled brains of policymakers. Reality no longer matters to those afflicted, as Pierre Gosselin says, to a mental disorder linked to extreme weather fears.

By |2014-02-25T01:35:16+00:00February 21st, 2014|CFACT Insights|5 Comments

U.S. reducing carbon emissions, naturally

Those fearful about man-made global warming want to see stricter government regulations on carbon to stave off climate catastrophe. But according to the Center for the Study of Science, carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. from energy production and use have been declining since 2005.

By |2014-02-21T13:44:04+00:00November 20th, 2013|Just the Facts Radio|Comments Off on U.S. reducing carbon emissions, naturally

Carbon Dioxide: The Gas of Life

In this special report, CFACT senior policy advisor Paul Driessen examines carbon dioxide and its many benefits. While global warming alarmists rail against it, carbon dioxide is actually the "gas of life," without which life on earth would perish.

By |2013-09-04T16:07:56+00:00August 19th, 2013|Reports|4 Comments

Melting Greenland’s glaciers to fight global warming?

When you hear about melting glaciers in Greenland, you probably think this a result of manmade global warming. But more and more scientists are coming to an understanding that Greenland’s ice sheet has been naturally melting for millennia. . .

By |2013-04-23T15:56:15+00:00April 18th, 2013|Just the Facts Radio|Comments Off on Melting Greenland’s glaciers to fight global warming?

Carbon tax hallucinations

Average planetary temperatures haven’t budged in 16 years. Hurricanes and strong tornadoes are at or near their lowest ebb in decades. Global sea ice is back to normal, Arctic ice is nearly normal, and the Antarctic icepack continues to grow. The rate of sea level rise remains what it was in 1900.

By |2013-03-28T17:50:11+00:00February 21st, 2013|CFACT Insights|8 Comments
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