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Ben Lieberman: January 2010

Ben Lieberman: January 2010

Ben Lieberman, a specialist in energy and environmental issues, is a senior policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation's Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies.

Archive: Ben Lieberman: January 2010

Rapidly melting credibility

You can't call them isolated incidents now that they are coming in droves. It is clear that global warming science has been hijacked by a subset of researchers who have crossed the line into advocacy and alarmism.

By Ben Lieberman | January 29, 2010; 12:11 PM ET | Comments (42)

Cold spell doesn't undercut climate crisis -- but other things do

Turnabout is fair play for activists who insist that a single event like the current cold snap doesn't disprove global warming. They're right that it doesn't, but neither does a summer heat wave prove it -- yet this has not stopped proponents of doom from hyping each one.

By Ben Lieberman | January 13, 2010; 08:10 AM ET | Comments (9)

Copenhagen a step backwards -- toward reality

To fully appreciate what a step backwards the final Copenhagen accord is, one has to recall the buildup to it. For the last two years, global warming activists and UN officials had circled December 2009 on their calendars as the watershed moment for creating a new carbon-constrained global economy for decades to come.

By Ben Lieberman | January 4, 2010; 10:40 AM ET | Comments (0)

 
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