Newspaper Articles – D. Brady Nelson

Australian Meteorologists Caught Fudging Temperature Measurements

Australian Meteorologists Caught Fudging Temperature Measurements By Darren Nelson

Australia Poised to Repeal Carbon Tax

Australia’s tax on carbon dioxide emissions faces likely repeal after a coalition led by the Liberal Party seats a Senate majority on July 1.

Proposed Australian Carbon Tax Diversion a Warning to U.S. Proponents

What happens to carbon tax revenues after proponents pledge to use the revenues to support global warming programs and other narrowly targeted actions?

McConnell Files Resolution to Block EPA Carbon Dioxide Regulations

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) filed a resolution of disapproval in an effort to block U.S.

Ohio EPA Proposes Phosphorus, Nitrogen Restrictions

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency is proposing restrictions on phosphorus and nitrogen amounts in state waterways.

EPA, Sierra Club Force Expensive Power Plant Settlement in Wisconsin

Dairyland Power Cooperative of Wisconsin reached a joint settlement agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Sierra Club over alleged clean-air violations.

Oregon Officials Propose Killing Birds to Protect Salmon

Oregon Fish and Wildlife officials are seeking federal approval to kill protected marine birds to protect juvenile salmon. 

Mining Resurgence Revitalizes Upper Michigan Economy

Michigan’s economically beleaguered Upper Peninsula is experiencing a dramatic economic turnaround thanks to a resurgence in mining.

Dutch Pull the Plug on Offshore Wind Subsidies

The nation known for its iconic windmills is throwing in the towel on offshore wind power, as Dutch officials have determined the Netherlands can no longer afford large-scale subsidies for expensiv