Environment and Climate News : Issue Archive

  • August 2005 Environment & Climate News

    The August 2005 issue of Environment & Climate News opens with news that leaders of the G8 industrialized nations moved closer to the U.S. position on global warming, giving a cold shoulder to...
  • July 2005 Environment & Climate News

    The July issue of Environment & Climate News addresses a wide range of environment issues at the federal, state, and local levels. On page 1: Florida has approved new standards for identifying...
  • June 2005 Environment & Climate News

    The June 2005 issue of Environment & Climate News features state and local efforts to address a wide range of environment issues, including eminent domain, permitting, aquatic chemicals, mercury...
  • May 2005 Environment & Climate News

    The May 2005 issue of Environment & Climate News exposes how the establishment media repeat without challenge the junk science offered up by radical environmental groups. Himalayan glaciers,...
  • April 2005 Environment & Climate News

    The April 2005 issue of Environment & Climate News features extensive coverage of the science and politics of climate change, including hurricane expert Chris Landsea's dramatic resignation from...
  • February 2005 Environment & Climate News

    "[Michael] Crichton has made the often-arcane debate over global warming entertaining and accessible to a huge segment of the American public," notes Heartland President Joseph L. Bast in the lead...
  • January 2005 Environment & Climate News

    The January 2005 issue of Environment & Climate News offers a centerspread feature on environmentalist opposition to wind power proposals in California, Kansas, Louisiana, and Massachusetts. Page...
  • October 2004 Environment & Climate News

    The October issue of Environment & Climate News features a response by Heartland Science Director Jay Lehr to an anti-biotech paper recently issued by the Alliance for Bio-Integrity. The paper,...
  • September 2004 Environment & Climate News

    The September issue of Environment & Climate News excerpts remarks made by Andre Illarionov, Russian President Vladimir Putin's top economic advisor, at the July 8 conclusion of an international...
  • August 2004 Environment & Climate News

    The August issue of Environment & Climate News features a special report on the promise—and politics—of biotechnology. Although the anti-biotech crowd scored a small victory in April, when...
  • July 2004 Environment & Climate News

    The July issue of Environment & Climate News is dominated—as the public debate has been—by climate change and energy issues. The issue also covers farm pollution in Kansas, Mississippi River lock...
  • June 2004 Environment & Climate News

    The June issue of Environment & Climate News reports the Alaskan state government has thumbed its nose at Congress and federal government officials who are stonewalling on natural resource...
  • May 2004 Environment & Climate News

    The May issue of Environment & Climate News features PERC Senior Associate Jane Shaw’s report on how suburban development benefits wildlife. “The claim that urban sprawl is wiping out wildlife is...
  • March 2004 Environment & Climate News

    The March issue of Environment & Climate News offers several articles addressing endangered species issues. Rep. Richard Pombo (R-California), chairman of the House Resources Committee, has...
  • February 2004 Environment & Climate News

    The February 2004 issue of Environment & Climate News: reports on a mid-December forum debunking the “precautionary principle”; describes how the Danish government has chastised the Union...
  • January 2004 Environment & Climate News

    The January 2004 issue of Environment & Climate News reports on page 1 the Senate’s defeat--for now--of the $31 billion energy policy overhaul; Russia’s continued refusal to ratify the Kyoto...
  • December 2003 Environment & Climate News

    The December 2003 issue of Environment & Climate News features extensive coverage of climate change issues, reporting on several recent defeats for global warming alarmists: the McCain-...
  • October 2003 Environment & Climate News

    The October 2003 issue of Environment & Climate News features extensive coverage of energy issues, including a refreshingly optimistic story by Robert Bradley of the Houston-based Institute for...
  • September 2003 Environment & Climate News

    The September 2003 issue of Environment & Climate News features Colorado Governor Bill Owens’ account of the state’s approach to endangered species. “We can either attempt to recover these...
  • August 2003 Environment & Climate News

    The August issue of Environment & Climate News offers several articles addressing myths about health hazards in the natural environment. Among them: PCBs -- the Pennsylvania Chamber of...
  • July 2003 Environment & Climate News

    The July 2003 issue of Environment & Climate News covers many of the top environment stories of recent weeks. Page 1 alone addresses: Christie Whitman’s resignation as EPA Administrator ......
  • June 2003 Environment & Climate News

    California consumers simply refused to pay top dollar for the low-performance battery-operated vehicles needed to meet a zero-emission vehicle mandate adopted by the state in 1990. The California Air...
  • May 2003 Environment & Climate News

    The May issue of Environment & Climate News reports on the hydrogen R&D funding debate, the status of President George W. Bush’s energy proposal, and the Department of Transportation’s...
  • March 2003 Environment & Climate News

    Page 1 of the March 2003 issue of Environment & Climate News offers hope that long-awaited reform of the nation’s asbestos litigation system will take place in 2003. Both Orrin Hatch, chairman of...
  • February 2003 Environment & Climate News

    The February 2003 issue of Environment & Climate News addresses a wide range of topics of interest to free-market environmentalists of every ilk. For example: Proponents of property rights and...