Steve Goreham

Did We Really Save the Ozone Layer?

by Steve Goreham Originally published in Communities Digital News. Another year has passed and that stubborn Ozone Hole over Antarctica refuses to go away. Data from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) shows that the Ozone Hole for the fall maximum season grew 22 percent from 2014 to 2015. World consumption of Ozone Depleting …

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Obama voters wrong about climate and peak oil

by Steve Goreham, Communities Digital News The global energy outlook has changed radically in just six years. President Obama was elected in 2008 by voters who believed we were running out of oil and gas, that climate change needed to be halted, and that renewables were the energy source of the near future. But an unexpected …

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Burning wood to replace coal sucks

by Steve Goreham, The Washington Times Is wood the best fuel to generate electricity? Despite wood’s low energy density and high cost, utilities in the US and abroad are switching from coal to wood to produce electrical power. The switch to wood is driven by regulations from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other international …

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CCS is a cultish waste of money and energy

by Steve Goreham, The Washington Times   The war on climate change has produced many dubious “innovations.” Intermittent wind and solar energy sources, carbon markets that buy and sell “hot air,” and biofuels that burn food as we drive are just a few examples. But carbon capture and storage is the Edsel of energy policies. Carbon …

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President Obama’s Climate Initiative—The Bad News and Good News

by Steve Goreham, The Washington Times In his speech at Georgetown University on Tuesday, President Obama announced, “So today…I’m directing the Environmental Protection Agency to put an end to the limitless dumping of carbon pollution from our power plants and complete new pollution standards for both new and existing power plants.” This is the first proposal …

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Is it a failure to communicate, or faulty climate science?

by Steve Goreham, The Washington Times Earlier this month, a New York Times article by Andy Revkin voiced concern over a gap between “the consensus” of climate scientists and public acceptance of the theory of human-caused global warming. Revkin pointed to a study published in April by Dr. John Cook and other researchers, which claimed that …

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Emails that Crucified Climatism

“…I can’t see either of these papers being in the next IPCC report. Kevin [Trenberth] and I will keep them out somehow, even if we have to redefine what the peer-review literature is!” —Phil Jones, Director of the Climatic Research Unit, July 8, 2004 by Steve Goreham, Master Resource Climatism, the belief that man-made greenhouse gases are …

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Pacific Export Terminals: Environmentalists Wage War on Coal

by Steve Goreham, The Washington Times Exports from the Pacific Northwest are an ongoing battleground in the environmental war on coal. Last week, the Sierra Club and three other groups announced that they would file suit against Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway and six coal companies over shipments of coal in open-topped train cars. The announcement …

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Using Energy and Happy about It

by Steve Goreham, The Washington Times Last week I received a “Home Energy Report” flyer from Commonwealth Edison, my electricity provider in northern Illinois. The leaflet compared my energy usage to neighbors over the last two months and declared, “You used 41% MORE electricity than your efficient neighbors.” Should I be concerned about this? My wife …

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Teaching Climatism in Schools—Next Generation Science Standards

by Steve Goreham, The Washington Times Man-made global warming must be taught in our schools, according to the latest release of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The January draft release of the NGSS by the National Research Council is a recommendation for concepts to be used by states in kindergarten through high school. But the …

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Lisa Jackson leaves EPA and path of Economic Destruction

by Steve Goreham, The Washington Times Lisa Jackson, President Obama’s chief of the Environmental Protection Agency, resigned last week. For four years she led our nation down a regulatory path of economic destruction unmatched in the 40-year history of the EPA. New regulations from Ms. Jackson’s reign of terror impact power plants, industrial plants, refineries, and …

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Doha Conference: United States Must Pay for Climate Change “Loss and Damage”

by Steve Goreham, The Washington Times The United States must pay for its evil carbon-emitting ways. According to the United Nations Doha Climate Conference that ended on December 8, developing nations should be compensated for “associated loss and damage” from climate change by the wealthy nations. Developing nations will now pursue industrialized nations for compensation from …

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So, How’s Your Green Energy Stock Doing?

by Steve Goreham, originally published in The Washington Times Is green energy a fad that has run its course? The investment community seems to think so. RENIXX® World, the Renewable Energy Industrial Index of the world’s top green energy companies, hit an all-time low below 146 on November 21, down more than 90 percent from …

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Climate Alarmism—Using Our Fear of Hurricanes

by Steve Goreham Hurricane Sandy has come and gone, leaving a path of destruction. More than 100 people have been killed and 8.5 million lost power. Nineteen states from Maine to Tennessee were impacted, with deaths reported in 10 states. Widespread flooding and fires caused extensive damage in New Jersey and New York. More than …

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