The Heartland Institute podcast featuring scientists, authors, and policy experts who take the non-alarmist, climate-realist position on environment and energy policy.
The Failure of Peer Review in Climate Science
This episode of Climate Change Roundtable titled, "The failure of peer review: Climate is Beholden to Bullying and Bad Decisions" delves into the shadowy and competitive world of climate journal publications.
In this episode, our host, Anthony Watts, and weekly panelists, Dr. Sterling Burnett and Linnea Lueken, will delve into the not-so-scientific ways that science gets published (or retracted) that have come to light in the past two weeks.
We’ll discuss Dr. Robert T. Brown’s stunning admission that he held back certain data and analysis in order to ensure his climate paper got published by Nature. We’ll also look at the “climategate gang” and how they have bullied another journal to retract a paper they don’t like, which had already passed peer review. Now, new evidence has emerged of even more bullying.
Challenging the Net-Zero Narrative: Steve Goreham on the Perils of Green Energy
This week on Environment & Climate News. Steve Goreham, author of “Green Breakdown,” joins the show. Steve discusses how efforts to fight climate change by going to net-zero carbon dioxide emissions are unnecessary and doomed to fail. The process of transitioning to an energy grid from intermittent renewables will cause further breakdowns of our energy system. Mandates on cars have safety concerns, but more, rob us of our rights. And the energy mandates will leave our homes dark.
Third Parties: The Silent Movers of American Politics (Guest: Dr. Merrill Mathews, Jr.)
In this special episode of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Sterling Burnett sits down with Dr. Merrill Mathews, Jr., a resident scholar at the Institute for Policy Innovation and a policy advisor to The Heartland Institute. They delve into the often-overlooked but crucial role that third-party candidates have played in shaping American elections. From historical impacts to the upcoming elections, this episode offers a comprehensive look at how third parties can be game-changers in the political landscape. Also, get insights into the Senate race involving Krystin Sinema and what's at stake. Don't miss this enlightening conversation that steps outside the usual climate and environmental topics to explore the intricacies of U.S. politics.
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Is Biden Going to Declare a Climate Emergency?
The other day, H. Sterling Burnett, Ph.D., the director of The Heartland Institute's Arthur B. Robinson Center on Climate and Environmental Policy, was a guest on the Cardle & Woolley program on Talk Radio 1370 AM in Austin, Texas. Sterling was asked to be on to talk about how President Biden "kind of" declared a climate emergency, or at least said as much in a recent interview with The Weather Channel. If an "official" climate emergency is declared, what would that look like? How much power could Biden seize? Burnett explores those questions, and more, on this radio appearance.
Biden, Montana, Maui - 'Climate Emergency' Madness Continues With Special Guest Dr. Judith Curry
It has been a crazy week in the climo-sphere. Fires in Maui were blamed on “climate change” by the media, only for them to find out that this wasn’t the case at all!
President Joe Biden, after having a disastrous week of optics sitting on the beach while Maui burned, decided to fly there Monday. With the perfect setting for “disaster porn” from the burned city of Lahaina, he may finally declare an “official” global climate emergency next week.
The Biden White House loves their optics!
Also, a bunch of kids in Montana (well, actually their handlers) filed a climate lawsuit against the state citing the Montana constitution provision for a clean environment. They just won, arguing with exaggerations and cherry-picked data. Special guest, Climatologist Dr. Judith Curry will discuss her role in defending that lawsuit and her observations.
Humans to Blame for Hawaii Fires, but Not How You Think
The other day, Heartland's H. Sterling Burnett was a guest on the John Steigerwald Show on AM1250 The Answer in Pittsburgh. Sterling was on at the top of the program to talk about how climate alarmists are blaming the devastating fires in Hawaii on man-made global warming. Sterling explains how humans are the most to blame for the devastation, but not for the reasons being spun by corporate media. Have a listen.
theres no science here.
Coming Climate Emergency Declaration
Keep up the good work!
Be ready for the Climate Extremists to start trying to blame all of the Covid Vaccine Deaths and complications on Climate Change!
Not sure why this is listed in the Life Sciences category as it’s devoid of research-based data and factual information.