Via press release: The Heartland Institute is “the world’s most prominent think tank promoting skepticism about man-made climate change.” — The Economist, May 26, 2012 Meet us next month in Washington, DC, where we will be hosting our tenth conference with the world’s leading scientists who question whether “man-made global warming” is real. Join us…
The Heartland Institute says the Vatican's position on climate change is 'profoundly anti-poor and anti-life' — Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga says they're behaving 'like people in the trenches.'
NOTE: Since WUWT has the broadest reach of any climate blog and is essentially a “publication of record”, I have been asked to carry this opinion piece by the Heartland Institute. I have not received any compensation directly or indirectly for publishing this rebuttal. – Anthony Watts By Joseph L. Bast, Director, Heartland Institute On…
On April 29, Media Matters detailed how some mainstream media outlets were helping advance a misinformation campaign against Pope Francis that is being orchestrated by the fossil fuel-funded Heartland Institute. That prompted a quick...Show More Summary
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The Heartland Institute sends "real scientists" to "advise" Pope Francis on climate change, but they don't really meet with him, so what's up with that?
Earlier today, Pope Francis met with the UN Secretary-General to share his concerns about climate change — a meeting that did not go unnoticed by the Heartland Institute, a right-wing American organization known for its global warming skepticism. Read more...
Two of the world’s leading pro-abortion advocates were addressing a Vatican workshop on the environment today. At the same time, a press conference at the Palazzo Cesi, in Rome, organised by the Heartland Institute, was addressed by two leading SPUC officials on behalf of Voice of the Family, warning that the population control lobby was […]
Guest essay by Joe Ronan Today we see another set of meetings in Rome. One is that of the Pontifical Academy of Science, and the other the Heartland Institute. Both organisations are hoping to influence the widely heralded Encyclical from Pope Francis that will include references to climate change. Given that the text of the…
Stefan isn’t here No rhymes rise with today’s sun Behold: morning reads Macro Pope Francis believes that human-caused climate change is real. The Heartland Institute disagrees. The geography of well-being. Are you smarter than an eight...Show More Summary
Enlightenment visits Rome today and tomorrow. At least, that’s how the Heartland Institute bills it. This week we’ll see a match between the Voices of Climate Change Denial and Pope Francis, spiritual leader of 1.2 billion Catholics and a big guy in a white hat to many in the rest of the world. Show More Summary
The notorious climate-denying Heartland Institute is sending a team of climate "scientists" to Rome to show Pope Francis the errors of his ways.
World’s Leading Scientific ‘Skeptics’ of Man-Caused Global Warming Invite Public and Press to Open Events April 27 and 28 Just Outside the Vatican The Heartland Institute is sending a team of climate scientists to Rome next week to inform Pope Francis of the truth about climate science: There is no global warming crisis! Monday, April…
The Koch-backed Heartland Institute will enlighten Pope Francis about our "Biblical duty" to destroy the planet
While most of the world is trying to figure out what to do about this whole climate change thing before it’s too late and we are all OOPS! dead, the concerned citizens at the completely objective Heartland Institute, which happens to...Show More Summary
A Koch-backed think tank plans to send skeptics to Rome in hopes of convincing Pope Francis not to support United Nations action on climate change. The libertarian Heartland Institute — perhaps best known for working alongside cigarette manufacturers to question the dangers of second-hand...
Heartland Institute Top Voodoo Science Advisor The ever reliable voodoo economists and psuedoscientists of the Heartland Institute want to extend to you their thoughts on Earth Day. Because, Earth. We hates it, we do. Earth Day is all...Show More Summary
Fox News host Neil Cavuto and the Heartland Institute's Jay Lehr denied that hydraulic fracturing has ever been "proven" to pollute water supplies, despite the hundreds of documented cases of leaky fracking wells causing groundwater contamination. Show More Summary
Willie Soon has gained a global spotlight from many recent news articles (New York Times, Boston Globe, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, etc). This was lit by documents obtained from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA),Show More Summary
Wei-Hock Soon failed to disclose most of the $1.2 million in funding he received from the fossil fuel industry