Steve Goreham ARTICLES
Last week, President Macron encountered a climate revolt in his own country
OPINION: All These Climate Change Lawsuits Will Be Thrown Out
Futile public nuisance lawsuits that are doomed to failure
OPINION: STOP THE MADNESS: Everything 'Contributes To' Climate Change Including Your Breath And YOUR CAT
Carbon dioxide is a trace gas, people. Climate change is continuous
One Well-Placed Hurricane Will UTTERLY DESTROY Costly Offshore Wind Systems On The East Coast
Does the East Coast see such hurricanes? Of course it does
Earth Day 2018 Was About Plastic Pollution—But Greens Missed the Target
The best solution may be engineered plastics
The Coming Global Forest Regrowth
The great news is that world forests will be growing on net within the next few decades.
Matt Damon's 'Downsizing' Movie Is More Tired Overpopulation Nonsense From The Usual Suspects
'In the 1970s and 1980s hundreds of millions of people will starve to death...'
Stop The Stall -- It's Time To Get Energetic About Energy
Let's return to the real underlying energy drivers
Today's Food Production Is A Modern Agricultural Miracle So Why Is It Under Attack?
Thousands of years of efforts to cultivate more abundant and more nutritious crops
California: Legalize Marijuana But Ban Particle Pollution?
Smoking one marijuana cigarette exposes the inhaler to up to 160,000 micrograms of small particles
What Cannabis Growers Know That Climate Scientists Don't Know
Hello?! Carbon dioxide is plant food
Did We Really Save The Ozone Layer?
The longer the hole persists, the greater the likelihood that the ozone layer is controlled by natural factors, not human CFC emissions.
The Shale Shock -- How The World Has Changed
The anti-fossil fuel environmental movement is in despair that the industry is booming.
Apple And Google Pour Billions Down A Green Drain
Business has been captured by climatism, the belief that humans are causing dangerous global warming.
Is Small Particle Air Pollution Really Killing Americans? No.
The EPA uses “prevention” of premature deaths from small particles to justify tighter pollution regulations.
Lessons From Europe: The Recipe For A High Cost Energy System
European governments have realized that they can no longer afford the green energy revolution.
'Buy Locally': Horse And Buggy Advice From The Green Movement
We’d expect such advice from an out-of-touch grandparent, but not our intellectual leaders.
Petroleum: A Magnificent Material Much Maligned
We’re fortunate to be living in a golden age of energy, fueled by petroleum.
2014: The Year Of Futility In The Fight Against Climate Change
The “pause” in global warming is now old enough to vote or to serve in the military.
With Global Conflict At The Door, World Leaders Pursue Futile Climate Efforts
$250 billion is spent per year on renewable energy, while 1 billion people lack clean drinking water
The War On Fracking Is Over -- And The Greens Lost
The lure of cheap energy and a cleaner alternative to coal are trumping environmentalists' concerns.
America's power grid at the limit: The road to electrical blackouts
Misguided subsidies are behind this winter's blackout near-miss.
Renewable energy is in decline
Across the globe, solar and wind are out, and natural gas is in.
Bitter cold blasts Chicago, a city fighting climate change
City government, academics, and Windy City-based companies are touting their efforts. I guess it's working.
National Renewable Electricity Standard: Why raise electricity prices?
'Forcing consumers to buy a product that is more expensive, like renewable energy, never saves them money.'
World agricultural output continues to rise, despite dire predictions of decline
'Maybe rising agricultural production is like rising polar bear populations ― the decline begins tomorrow.'
United Nations to business: support us on climate change
The Warsaw agenda is doomed.