Articles Tagged: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

Catastrophe is always on the Horizon

The IPCC just released its last assessment report dealing with mitigation.  Like the two previously released work group reports, the latest also sounds the alarm bell that catastrophe is just around the corner unless dramatic action is taken soon.  The latest report calls for a 40% reduction in emissions from 2010 levels by 2050. With […]

The Bankrupt Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

Last week with much fanfare, the IPCC released its Summary for Policy Makers on climate change impacts.  The Panel’s chairman declared that this report was its most terrifying because human caused climate change was going to cause famine, disease, extreme weather, and war.  These effects will occur because crop yields will be reduced as will […]

Is the (Energy) Price Right?

A look back over the past few decades clearly demonstrates that government meddling in the market and its industrial policy initiatives have made the price of energy more expensive. Proposed EPA rules on power generators, Tier III standards, and the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) simply are more confirmation. The basic drivers of price are supply […]

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