About Dr. Jay Lehr (Edit profile)

CFACT Senior Science Analyst Jay Lehr has authored more than 1,000 magazine and journal articles and 36 books. Jay’s new book A Hitchhikers Journey Through Climate Change written with Teri Ciccone is now available on Kindle and Amazon.

Oil and gas resources – The realities climate alarm cannot avoid – Part One

A central thesis of those who advocate for complete “decarbonization” of the global energy economy is that the world’s reserves of oil and natural gas are steadily declining and becoming far too expensive to produce.1 The “end of oil” story has been published many times over several decades, and by repetition alone has become broadly accepted in the media and by many in government. The purpose of this series of essays is to examine what the best available expert analysis indicates about the present and potential future of oil and natural gas resources and what this means for the climate policy [...]

By , |2022-04-07T22:07:34-04:00April 11th, 2022|Energy|Comments Off on Oil and gas resources – The realities climate alarm cannot avoid – Part One

Using unsupportable air quality regulations to destroy the American economy: PM 2.5 regulations Part 2

Tightening the PM2.5 standard in the National Ambient Air Quality Standards will raise energy prices significantly without offering any benefit whatever to the health of the nation. Multiple studies prove this emphatically.

By |2022-03-31T18:37:12-04:00April 4th, 2022|Energy|Comments Off on Using unsupportable air quality regulations to destroy the American economy: PM 2.5 regulations Part 2

The army’s climate obsession is a disgrace

The United States Army has just published its climate strategy. In the foreword, Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth, holder of a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Williams College and a