EnergyTalkingPoints.com and Mark Mills on our energy future and why it isn’t “renewable

In this issue: EnergyTalkingPoints.com Mark Mills on our energy future and why it isn’t “renewable” A reader’s letter to ExxonMobil EnergyTalkingPoints.com Energy policy, including climate policy, will be one of the main issues of the 2020 elections. I believe that the best policy for America’s future and the world’s future is a policy of energy freedom, in which all sources of …

Bjorn Lomborg on “False Alarm” about climate change + my most in-depth interview eve

In this issue: Bjorn Lomborg on “False Alarm” about climate change My most in-depth interview ever My favorite tweet of the week Bjorn Lomborg on “False Alarm” about climate change On this week’s Power Hour I interview Dr. Bjorn Lomborg, author of False Alarm: How Climate Change Panic Costs Us Trillions, Hurts the Poor, and Fails to Fix the Planet. As I discussed in …

Greenpeace cofounder Dr. Patrick Moore eviscerates climate catastrophism

In this issue: Greenpeace cofounder Dr. Patrick Moore eviscerates climate catastrophism Wide-ranging interview on the “Hot Take of the Day” podcast Greenpeace cofounder Dr. Patrick Moore eviscerates climate catastrophism On this week’s Power Hour I interview Dr. Patrick Moore, ecologist and co-founder of Greenpeace. Years ago I interviewed Moore on the topic of ecology, and it was one of the most popular Power …

The campaign to silence climate debate on Facebook

In this issue: The campaign to silence climate debate on Facebook — an interview with Dr. Caleb Rossiter of the CO2 Coalition 3 reasons why the new House Climate Plan is terrible Response to my Michael Shellenberger interview Hearts and Minds  The campaign to silence climate debate on Facebook — an interview with Dr. Caleb Rossiter of the CO2 Coalition …

“On behalf of environmentalists, I apologize for the climate scare” — my interview with Michael Shellenberger, author of Apocalypse Never

On this week’s Power Hour, I interview Michael Shellenberger, author of Apocalypse Never. Shellenberger has become somewhat of a sensation this week, with his book hitting #5 on Amazon and with his widely shared summary of the book “On Behalf Of Environmentalists, I Apologize For The Climate Scare.” In our interview, we cover: How Shellenberger went from being a renewables …

Two valuable books and a new COVID-19 paper

In this issue: Two valuable new books: Apocalypse Never and False Alarm A new COVID paper I contributed to A thought on COVID policy Two valuable new books: Apocalypse Never and False Alarm On this week’s Power Hour, I discuss two soon-to-be released books that I’ve read and am very excited about: Apocalypse Never by Michael Shellenberger and False Alarm by Bjorn Lomborg. As I discuss on the episode, I think …

New Q&A on 100% renewable policies, violating stay-at-home orders, and George Floyd

In this issue: An idea for challenging “100% renewable” policies Why I publicly violated Gavin Newsom’s stay at home orders How I think about the George Floyd saga Hearts and Minds Accelerator update An idea for challenging “100% renewable” policies On this week’s Power Hour I answer some interesting questions I’ve gotten from listeners recently. One, from James, an Accelerator, is about the viability of a …

New interview with Matt Ridley on energy innovation, a thought on this week’s news, and more

In this issue: How Energy Innovation Works: an interview with Matt Ridley New Interview on Oil & Gas 360 New Interview on The Situation Room The Return of Live Events A Thought on This Week’s News Tomorrow’s “Accelerator call”: an overview of The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels 2.0 How Energy Innovation Works: an interview with Matt Ridley On this week’s Power Hour I interview …