Economic harm

The Earth’s modest recent warming appears to be bringing net economic benefits, such as increasing crop yields, while greenhouse gas restrictions would bring net economic harms. Climate activism rather than our modest ongoing climate change provides the greatest economic harms and threats.

No, NY Times, Climate Change Will Not End the 30-Year Mortgage

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The New York Times is asserting a doozy of a fake climate claim today, scaring readers into believing they will no longer be able to get home mortgages because of climate change. The assertion...

Is Fracking Ban Worth Paying for $4 Gasoline?

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As voters head to the polls in this year’s presidential primaries and general election, America’s affordable gasoline prices are also on the ballot. Bernie Sanders is calling for a total ban on fracking for oil...

Climate Activists Celebrate Coronavirus Impact on Economy, Emissions

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With economies in America and around the world staggering in the wake of the Wuhan coronavirus, climate activists are celebrating the asserted environment and climate impacts. Noting the decline in carbon dioxide emissions in...

Climate change will cost much less than we think

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Climate alarmism, not climate change, is causing economic harm.

Douglas Pollock, ICCC13 (Panel 4: Winning Public Policy Options)

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Douglas Pollock, a civil industrial engineer, speaks on Panel 4: Winning Public Policy Options at Heartland's Thirteenth International Conference on Climate Change. Pollock discusses the effects certain policies have on Chilean energy.

Benny Peiser, ICCC13 (Panel 5: Advancing from Theory to Practice)

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Benny Peiser, director of the Global Warming Policy Forum, presents at the Thirteenth International Conference on Climate Change. Peiser examines the impacts from high energy costs on the European economy.

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