James Taylor

James Taylor is Director of the Arthur B. Robinson Center for Climate and Environmental Policy at The Heartland Institute. Taylor is the former managing editor (2001-2014) of Environment & Climate News, a national monthly publication devoted to sound science and free-market environmentalism.
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WHO Official: Coronavirus Shows What Is Possible for Climate Restrictions

In a stunning threat to individual freedom, a powerful international body is eying coronavirus restrictions as an instructive lesson for climate change restrictions. In an address for Extinction Rebellion about coronavirus and climate change, Michael...

Media Claim Marine Life “Fleeing” Warming by Increasing Their Abundance and Range

A new peer-reviewed study shows marine life at the poleward side of each specie’s range tend to benefit from global warming by increasing in numbers and expanding their range. Responding to this good news,...

Washington Post Freakout: One Antarctic Glacier Lost Less than 1 Percent of Its Ice

Sound science dies in darkness. The Washington Post is freaking out over a report that one glacier in Antarctica has lost, during the past 20 years – wait for it – less than 1/20th...

UN Celebrates World Water Day by Diverting Clean Water Funds to Climate Alarmism

The United Nations ‘celebrated’ World Water Day on March 22 by needlessly taking away scarce funds for clean water programs and transferring them to alarmist climate propaganda. In the process, the United Nations assured...

Is Fracking Ban Worth Paying for $4 Gasoline?

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

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...

No, Climate Change Did Not Worsen Hurricane Michael, Missouri River Flooding

Climate change likely worsened the impacts of Hurricane Michael in 2018 and Missouri River flooding in 2019, claims a new article published by the Center for Climate and Security (CCS). The climate activist group’s...

Harvard study finds wind turbines warm the U.S.

Harvard study finds wind turbines are inefficient and land-intensive, while raising U.S. temperatures. Wind turbines will warm U.S. temperatures for at least the next century. Click Here to Read More

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Video: The Absurdity of Man-Made C02

Jay Lehr, Ph.D. covers the claim that carbon dioxide is the primary driver behind our climate.

New York Times caught inventing fake climate crisis: Fish production

Fish production increases while media claim fish crisis.

Why Forest Fires Are Caused by Government

Jennifer Fielder, CEO of the American Lands Council and a Montana State Senator, presents at the Thirteenth Internation Conference on Climate Change. She spoke...

UN’s Paris Climate Architect Dismisses Coronavirus Deaths and Misery

The architect of the United Nations’ Paris climate agreement has joined the list of climate activists calling coronavirus deaths “an opportunity.” While dismissing the...

Even Michael Moore Slams Wind and Solar Harms, Leftist Hypocrisy

The wind and solar industries are nothing more than crony rent-seekers destroying the environment while pretending to save it, socialist activist and filmmaker Michael...

Sorry, Weather Channel, Mangroves Will NOT Disappear in 30 Years

The Weather Channel published an article on its website Wednesday claiming global warming threatens the extinction of mangrove trees – which rely on warm...