Category: Global Warming

China Collusion Claim Compromises Green Group

China Collusion Claim Compromises Green Group

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With Capitol Hill still fixated on long-discredited allegations of collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia, the National Center’s Bonner Cohen is focused instead on simmering allegations of collusion between a green American nonprofit and Red China. In an ...
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Preventing Classroom Climate Change Indoctrination

Preventing Classroom Climate Change Indoctrination

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Although some schoolteachers proudly wear buttons proclaiming, “I teach climate change,” many also don’t feel they actually possess the skills to properly inform their students on the subject. The National Center’s Dr. Bonner Cohen says this could be a slippery ...
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NAACP Promotes Green Over Black in New Report

NAACP Promotes Green Over Black in New Report

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Perhaps the NAACP should have thought twice about releasing its new report on April Fool’s Day. It’s hard enough to take the group seriously these days on top of wondering if “Fossil Fueled Foolery” isn’t just a prank. In a ...
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Cities Appeal Climate Change Conspiracy Case

Cities Appeal Climate Change Conspiracy Case

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Last June, the conspiracy theory lawsuit alleging that the energy industry knew the risk of fossil fuel emissions – and was therefore responsible for it – didn’t hold up in court. But two California cities are currently trying to revive the case ...
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Gore Plays Race Card to Plug Pipeline

Gore Plays Race Card to Plug Pipeline

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It’s been close to a month since it was discovered that Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s medical school yearbook page contained a photo of a person in blackface and a person dressed in a Ku Klux Klan outfit. While there have been ...
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Trump Ends War on Coal

Trump Ends War on Coal

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In his continued efforts to help America achieve “global energy dominance,” President Donald Trump recently scrapped the Obama-era anti-coal Clean Power Plan (CPP) in favor of his own Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) policy that National Center Senior Fellow Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. said ...
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Exposing Potential Collusion Between Greens and Reds on Energy

Exposing Potential Collusion Between Greens and Reds on Energy

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Both the Russian and Chinese governments are reportedly actively working with American environmental groups to hinder fossil fuel exploration in the United States. “This,” said National Center Senior Fellow Bonner Cohen, Ph.D., “is the real collusion.” At the recent America ...
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Most Likely Winner in Energy Industry Lawsuits: Trial Lawyers

Most Likely Winner in Energy Industry Lawsuits: Trial Lawyers

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Several city and state officials across America are filing lawsuits against the energy industry for alleged environmental damages to their communities. But National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper calls their arguments “flawed and ridiculous.” In the end, the only people ...
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Russian Influence May Taint Fracking Debate

Russian Influence May Taint Fracking Debate

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There’s new information indicating a possible link between American environmental groups opposed to fracking for natural gas and funding from Russia. A new report published by The Daily Signal suggests there are charities funneling money from the Putin government to ...
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Earth Day Organizers Ignore Free-Market Successes

Earth Day Organizers Ignore Free-Market Successes

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Today is Earth Day. Most observances will be used by organizers to promote a bigger government that puts more control of property and production into the hands of bureaucrats. In an interview with Bill Sayre’s “Common Sense Radio” on WDEV-Radio ...
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