Editorials: Steve Goreham

A Rare Debate on the “Settled Science” of Climate Change

CHICAGO, October 2, 2014 — In 1997 during the Kyoto Protocol Treaty negotiations in Japan, Dr.

With Global Conflict at the Door, World Leaders Pursue Futile Climate Efforts

On September 23, representatives from 190 nations will gather at the Climate Summit 2

Environmental Groups Have Lost the War Against Fracking

Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, a technique to remove natural gas and oil from shale formations, has been under withering assault from environmental groups for much of the last decade.

America's Power Grid at the Limit: The Road to Electrical Blackouts

Americans take electricity for granted. Electricity powers our lights, our computers, our offices, and our industries.

Bitter Cold Blasts Chicago, a City Fighting Climate Change

Chicago was blasted this week by the coldest weather in 18 years.

National Renewable Electricity Standard: Why Raise Electricity Prices?

Earlier this month, Representatives Jared Polis (D Colorado), Ben Ray Luján (D New Mexico), and Ann Kuster (D New Hampshire) 

World Agricultural Output Continues to Rise, Despite Predictions of Decline

The year 2013 has been a great year for global agriculture. Record world production of rice and healthy production of wheat and corn produced strong harvests across the world.

Mankind’s Impact on Climate Is Negligible

Former vice president and current global-warming alarm entrepreneur Al Gore has found a new group to scare: investors.

Wood-burning Power Plants: Misguided Climate Change Solution?

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.

US Citizens Pay for “Solar School” Foolishness

Solar systems are being installed at hundreds of schools across the United States. Educators use solar panels to teach students about the “miracle” of energy sourced from the sun.