Article Share: Exxon Fires Back in Court Over U.S.’s Climate Probe

From The Wall Street Journal Exxon Fires Back at Climate-Change Probe Argues subpoena represents unwarranted fishing expedition into its records that violates its constitutional rights Energy giant Exxon Mobil says it confirmed the risks of climate change and urged a carbon tax. Photo: Karen Bleierkaren Bleier/AFP/Getty Images By Amy Harder, […] Read more »

Article Share: Fracking, a help in the climate fight, deserves respect from greens

Fracking, a help in the climate fight, deserves respect from greens | Editorial A crew works on a gas drilling rig at a well site for shale based natural gas June 25, 2012, in Zelienople, Pennsylvania. The oil and gas drilling method known as hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” mobilizes thousands […] Read more »

Article Share: Pope Francis’s Crusade Against Fossil Fuels Hurts The Poor Most Of All

From Forbes: Pope Francis’s Crusade Against Fossil Fuels Hurts The Poor Most Of All “The earth, our home, is beginning to look more and more like an immense pile of filth.” This was Pope Francis’s summary of his Encyclical earlier this year on the alleged destruction of our planet. The […] Read more »

Article Share: The Case For Liberating Oil Exports

From Forbes: The Case For Liberating Oil Exports Imagine this: US iron miners, thanks to revolutionary technology that can extract iron from once-useless rock, double their production in 5 years, creating hundreds of billions of dollars of wealth, contributing to steel production for billions of people around the world, and […] Read more »

Article Share: Meth Heads in the White House

From The Wall Street Journal: Review & Outlook Meth Heads in the White House Obama plans to regulate methane even as emissions plummet. Jan. 4, 2015 5:54 p.m. ET In his last two years in office, President Obama seems determined to leave an environmental legacy by undermining the major reason […] Read more »

Article Share: Sacrificing Africa for Climate Change

Sacrificing Africa for Climate Change Western policies seem more interested in carbon-dioxide levels than in life expectancy. By Caleb S. Rossiter Updated May 4, 2014 6:49 p.m. ET Every year environmental groups celebrate a night when institutions in developed countries (including my own university) turn off their lights as a […] Read more »