The inclusion of "loss and damage" in the COP 27 outcome represents the thin end of the wedge. We can expect a chorus of demands for climate reparations from here on out.
For years CFACT has warned of plans to add "loss and damage" to the UN climate regime, making wealthy nations liable to compensate developing countries when extreme weather strikes.
The President falsely attributed a host of natural weather events to climate change and then went on to detail a massive laundry list of wasteful climate spending and destructive regulation.
At the UN climate conference a freedom-oriented approach can be a lonely endeavor. Freedom creates prosperity. One thing the ideologues and profiteers here assembled do value, however, is our cash.
Will COP-27 finally bring energy, scientific and economic reality to climate discussions?
A bizarre combination of climate ideologues and profiteers has been laying the groundwork for this massive money grab for years.
Greta is so outraged that she's boycotting the conference.
We do not have a climate “crisis.” We have a climate fear-mongering and cancel-culture crisis.
CFACT's Marc Morano joined Lord Christopher Monckton to debunk global warming propaganda at the Global Investment in Sustainable Development conference in London. Climate campaigners tried hard to stop them from speaking, but failed.
With electric grids flickering and going dark, and people returning to chopping trees to heat their homes, the foolishness of "net zero" radical climate policies is being exposed faster than even we at CFACT thought possible.
Official submission by CFACT to protect Virginia electric ratepayers.
Leftist politicians and activists rarely ponder the foreseeable consequences of their actions, and typically demand solutions paid for by others.
This past week, CFACT began putting up billboards in various parts of America to draw attention to high fuel and energy prices.
Europe exposed the folly of left-wing energy policy. Biden didn't learn. Manchin caved.
The cause of “climate-realism” lost one of its heroes over the weekend. Dr. Patrick Michaels, a former President of the American Association of Climatologists and professor at the University of Virginia, passed away unexpectedly. He leaves behind him an incredible legacy of accomplishments.