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Social cost of carbon

The “social cost of carbon” – which is the net positive or negative societal impact of using energy sources that emit carbon dioxide – is likely a net benefit. Imposing an economic penalty on proposed activities that emit carbon dioxide is counterproductive to human health and welfare.

Joe Biden’s Energy Plans will take California Rolling Blackouts Nationwide

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Joe Biden's energy and climate plans are a down payment on the socialist green new deal pushed by the progressive wing of the Democratic party. It will make energy more expensive and less reliable,...

Talking California Blackouts on The Heartland Institute’s ‘In the Tank’ Podcast

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In episode 257 of The Heartland Institute's "In the Tank Podcast," the guys opened the hour-long show talking about the Democratic National Convention, but spent most of the podcast (at about the 25-minute mark)...

Talking Points on the Joe Biden Energy Plan (Guest: Alex Epstein)

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Heartland Institute Senior Fellow Anthony Watts speaks with philosopher Alex Epstein, founder and president of the Center for Industrial Progress and author of The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels. They talk about Joe Biden’s...

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