KNAPPENBERGER: Costly climate change intervention - Washington Times
Government intervention in financial markets was the root of the Great Recession. Government intervention in the energy market carries an even greater risk, as energy drives everything.Twitter / richardabetts: Amazing photo of wind turbines ...
The justification for this risk is just not there.
Amazing photo of wind turbines causing lines of low level cloud in North Sea http://www.climatewatch.noaa.gov/image/2011/wind-turbines-churn-the-air-over-the-north-sea … fromPolicy Based Cherry Picking | Real Science
@NOAAClimate h/t @eddy_weather
Obama announced yesterday that he needs to raise energy prices because winter/spring 2012 was the mildest on record in the US.The Anti-Science Climate Denier Caucus: 113th Congress Edition | ThinkProgress
Five of the last six January-June temperatures were below the 1920 to 2013 average.
Climate change is happening, humans are the cause, and a shocking number — more than 65 percent — of congressional Republicans refuse to accept it.Vitter: Administration’s Commitment to Costly Energy Regulations Could Devastate Economy | The SPPI Blog
“The pattern of behavior from this administration is to hide their true plans from the public and conduct business without transparency,” said Vitter. “Their plans, often developed in secret, result in job loss and added costs to taxpayers. In almost the same breath, he laid the groundwork to implement regulations akin to a carbon tax – which would frustrate economic recovery; and waivered on the Keystone pipeline – which would obviously be a huge job creator.”