Articles Tagged: carbon dioxide

Climate Change: A Meaningless Artifact of Technology?

  Climate change, to the extent that such a thing exists, only matters if it is significant enough to affect humans or ecosystems. And even if it does exist, there is no way to know how much is natural versus human-induced. Contrary to popular belief, there are no “fingerprints” of anthropogenic global warming. There is […]

EPA Admits to Senate that CO2 Regs Not About Pollution Control

I usually don’t comment on what transpires in congressional hearings. But this is too good to pass up. On Wednesday, before the Senate EPW Committee, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy had this priceless quote regarding the EPA’s proposed carbon dioxide regulations (italics added): “And the great thing about this proposal is it really is an investment […]

Climate Denier: A Tool to Intimidate

CNBC recently invited Marshall Institute Chair Will Happer, just retired as a tenured physics professor from Princeton University, to appear on   Squawk Box to address comments he had made about the demonization of CO2.  It was a good example of an interviewer, Andrew Ross Sorkin, acting like a prosecuting attorney instead of someone trying to […]

Science Behind Weather

William Happer, Princeton University, discusses the science behind tracking weather and the impact of carbon dioxide on the climate on CNBC.

U.S. and Global Carbon Intensity Trends

President Barak Obama proudly announced to the public that “the United States has reduced [its] total carbon pollution more than any other nation on Earth”[1] over the past eight years. In fact, the US lowered its emissions by 690 MMTCO2 between 2004 and 2012; the only close competitor is the EU which reduced its emissions […]

Social Cost of Carbon

  Video of the Institute’s February 26 meeting discussing the use of the social cost of carbon.  

Presentation by Dr. Patrick Michaels on Social Cost of Carbon

Presentation by Dr. Patrick Michaels, Director of the Center for the Study of Science at the Cato Institute, on the Social Cost of Carbon at the Institute’s February 26th event.  Details on the event are available at

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