A new ruling from the DC Court of Appeals in today. What you need to know.
Below is this morning’s attack on EPA CASAC chair Tony Cox for allowing the American Petroleum Institute the opportunity for input on some of his research. But Cox has been open and honest about this and the affair is a nothing-burger — quite the opposite of some EPA-funded Harvard and Syracuse researchers JunkScience.com exposed in 2015.
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Axios reports that President Trump’s views on climate have been shaped over the years by a “small but influential set or organizations and people,” including JunkScience.com publisher Steve Milloy, CEI’s Myron Ebell, Murray Energy’s Bob Murray, the Heartland Institute and Sen. Jim Inhofe. Axios, of course, means this as a slam. Not only is Axios wrong, but I would be proud to have played a role in shaping President Trump’s views on climate.
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Proof that the planet is not in jeopardy from present day CO2 emissions.
I make three points in today’s New York Times: 1) The National Climate Assessment is irrelevant; 2) It is a product of the Deep State (not the Trump admin); and 3) Releasing it untouched but on Black Friday was an expediency.
EPA admitted the ‘error’ that now Congressman-elect Sean Casten campaigned on. Sad!
And the guys at Berkeley Earth ought to put out whatever they’ve been smoking and come down to Earth.
Because this is bad news for climate bedwetters, the media release actually says that this means crop yield is “more vulnerable to climate change than previously thought” Yeesh.
I pointed this out in my Amazon.com best seller, “Scare Pollution: Why and How to Fix the EPA.”