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Congressional Hearing D-Day May 22!

WATCH LIVE Wednesday May 22 at 10:00 AM. Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore & Marc Morano who runs CFACT's Climate Depot set to battle top 3 UN officials at Hearing on UN species report.

By |2019-05-22T12:39:27-04:00May 21st, 2019|Environment|Comments Off on Congressional Hearing D-Day May 22!

Temperature readings plunge after Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology orders end to ‘tampering’

"The Bureau­ of Meteorology (BoM) initially claimed the adjustments were part of its quality control procedures. But bureau chief executive Andrew Johnson later told Environment Minister Josh­ Frydenberg that investigations had found a number of cold-weather stations were not “fit for purpose” and would be replaced."

By |2017-08-07T08:45:07-04:00August 7th, 2017|Climate|3 Comments

What is ethical energy and why aren’t the candidates talking about it?

From Ron Arnold's article in The Washington Examiner: "To get some perspective on this exchange, I called Marc Morano, communications director of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow, a positive voice on environment and development issues. Morano told me about his Climate Depot project and its current campaign, 'Ethical Energy.'"

By |2012-10-25T11:10:04-04:00October 19th, 2012|Citations|3 Comments

Tax dollars for EPA flash fiction: Six words for the planet

Stuart Varney was pinch-hitting as host on Your World with Neil Cavuto on April 20th, and he asked CFACT's Marc Morano -- creator of the acclaimed Climate Depot News Service -- to comment on EPA's new "Six Words for Our Planet" flash fiction essay contest, paid for with our tax dollars, of course. Morano quipped in response, "Keep it up; China needs jobs," and "Green energy needs lots of green." But, he added, the distraction of these "feel-good" propaganda campaigns obscures the fact that EPA is on a rampage against energy companies and nearly every other kind of business. They even [...]

By |2012-04-21T17:40:01-04:00April 21st, 2012|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Tax dollars for EPA flash fiction: Six words for the planet

Morano: Celebrate carbon energy, not the darkness!

CFACT's Marc Morano is a regular guest on "The Source," hosted by Ezra Levant on Canada's Sun News channel.  This time, Morano was asked to comment on "Earth Hour," a time when some environmental groups want all of us to turn off the lights and, as Morano says, "celebrate the darkness."  Morano explained to Levant that  the Obama Administration "wants to make affordable energy, more expensive," and they are taking significant action to ensure that energy costs continue to soar.  Some excerpts from his comments: "They are banning coal plants. One of the most moral [energy] choices we have is coal fired power in the [...]

By |2012-03-31T00:00:00-04:00March 31st, 2012|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Morano: Celebrate carbon energy, not the darkness!

The Keystone Kibosh: Marc Morano on Canadian TV

[March 9, 2012]  In the wake of  President Obama's decision to block construction of the Keystone XL pipeline to bring Canadian crude oil to refineries in Texas and Louisiana, Jerry Agar of Sun News (Canada) interviewed CFACT Communications Director Marc Morano.  Morano, who launched the Climate Depot website in 2009 and is a key player in CFACT's new "Real Energy, Not Green Energy" campaign, says the President is merely fulfilling his own promise to eliminate the use of carbon-based fuels in the United States that started with the cancellation of oil leases in Colorado, seized upon the Deepwater Horizon oil spill to cripple [...]

By |2012-03-11T16:45:00-04:00March 11th, 2012|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on The Keystone Kibosh: Marc Morano on Canadian TV

Morano on Canadian TV: Fighting climate billionaires

CFACT's Marc Morano, editor of the Climate Depot news and information service, appeared on the Canadian TV program, "The Source with Ezra Levant," on February 1 to discuss how rich foreigners spend huge sums of money to oppose cheap energy. The Rockefellers, Levant notes, spend $7 million a year just in Canada to fund legal challenges to development.

By |2012-11-13T16:28:37-05:00February 3rd, 2012|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Morano on Canadian TV: Fighting climate billionaires

Battery maker ENER1 goes belly up

Appearing on the Neil Cavuto Show on Fox News, CFACT's Marc Morano laid the wood to the whole idea that government knows best in research and development.  Cavuto first presents President Obama making his case that, "We've got to invest in solar and wind and biofuels," and in another clip, "Government support is critical in helping businesses get new ideas off the ground." Morano first points out that 80% of the $80 billion in stimulus package loans through the Department of Energy went to Obama campaign donors and that many of these projects are now in or near bankruptcy.  One reason [...]

By |2012-01-30T09:59:24-05:00January 30th, 2012|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Battery maker ENER1 goes belly up

Hayhoe gets the heave-ho!

GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich sacked Texas Tech global warming professor Katharine Hayhoe after radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh read an exclusive Climate Depot report on December 19 about Gingrich's collaboration with the professor. [See: Rush Limbaugh Features Climate Depot: 'Our old buddy Marc Morano, used to be 'Our Man in Washington' on my TV show, and now is a global warming expert. He's got a blog called Climate Depot' Limbaugh: 'According to Morano, Newt's book in 2013's gonna feature a chapter by a Texas Tech climate scientist named Katharine Hayhoe...Hayhoe is one of Newt's experts'] A Limbaugh listener who heard Limbaugh [...]

By |2011-12-30T00:00:00-05:00December 30th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Hayhoe gets the heave-ho!

CFACT’s Morano on Sen. Inhofe’s growing influence

Marc Morano, editor of CFACT's Climate Depot website, was recently quoted in a National Journal article on Senator James Inhofe, the most vocal critic of global warming science and policy in the U.S. Senate. The following is an excerpt from the original article at National Journal: If Republicans control the Senate [after the 2012 elections], Inhofe will be more than chairman like he was under then-President George W. Bush from 2003 to 2006. He’ll be the leading voice in a chamber where the political consensus on climate change has splintered within the Republican Party. And in the absence of comprehensive climate [...]

By |2012-10-19T18:02:12-04:00June 24th, 2011|Citations|Comments Off on CFACT’s Morano on Sen. Inhofe’s growing influence
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