Once in a while, there comes along a reason to believe in karma.
By Greg Hanscom When someone posted private emails from climate scientists, the Heartland Institute gleefully piled on. But when the institute's own internal documents leaked, it cried foul. Read Post
It's been an interesting few days in the climate denial world. On Tuesday, DeSmogBlog and Think Progress posted what they described as internal documents from the Heartland Institute, a fossil-fuel funded right-wing think-tank that ... Read Post
The Heartland Institute, a nonprofit in the climate change denial camp, says that a leaked online document that purportedly details its strategic plans is a fake. But it acknowledges that some of documents aired online were stolen f... Read Post