The Heartland Institute continues to do great work on the study of the environment and so-called “climate change.” Their work is to be commended. Unfortunately, not enough people even know their great work exists. Yes, my friends, I repeat myself. That’s what this website is all about.
Here are a few recent articles on the topic. The last two links and the text below is from Heartland:
The Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) has released a new report on the science of climate change: Climate Change Reconsidered II: Physical Science. The key takeaway messages are (1) the human impact on climate is very small and (2) any change in temperatures that might be occurring or will occur in the future is so small that it will not be noticed against the climate’s entirely natural variability.
As part of the NIPCC’s process for preparing this volume, scores of scientists from around the world evaluated the most up-to-date research on the physical science of climate change. This report is at least as comprehensive and authoritative as the reports of the United Nations-funded Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) … and the NIPCC report is faithful to the scientific method. Whereas the mission of the IPCC is to find a human impact on climate change and thus justify government control of greenhouse gas emissions and our economy, the NIPCC has no agenda other than discovering the truth about climate change.
Help us get the word out that global warming is not a crisis. Visit ClimateChangeReconsidered.org to get free access to the entire 1,000-page report, Climate Change Reconsidered II: Physical Science, or the 20-page Summary for Policymakers. The site also contains information about previous studies in the Climate Change Reconsidered series, video and sound recordings from press conferences and presentations by the authors, press coverage, and much more. Please encourage your friends and neighbors to visit the site, too.
You can also get the latest news and commentary on climate change by visiting Heartland’s “ Environment Issue Suite,” updated daily with articles appearing in Environment & Climate News, Heartland’s monthly public policy newspaper, and weekly issues of Climate Change Weekly and NIPCC Update.