Kevin Knobloch

About the author: Kevin Knobloch has more than 30 years of experience in public policy and advocacy. He is knowledgeable about a number of environmental and national security issues, including climate change, nuclear weapons, natural resource economics, clean energy, and efficient vehicle policy and legislative strategy. He holds a master’s degree in public administration, with a focus on economics. Subscribe to Kevin's posts

Living in a Glass House in the Heartland

The Heartland Institute, the libertarian organization that has rarely discovered a peer-reviewed climate change science study that it finds credible, has become a victim of a possible crime.

By its telling, someone “fraudulently” assumed the identity of a Heartland Board member and fooled a staff member into “re-sending” a number of internal documents about their climate change projects.  These projects are designed to undermine public confidence in the overwhelming scientific consensus that human activity is driving disruptive changes in our climate.  The alleged con-man or woman then launched the documents into the blogosphere. Read More

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Utility CEOs: Join Your Auto Colleagues in Leading on Climate

When President Obama announced his most important contribution yet to reducing global warming pollution, the 2017-2025 fuel economy and greenhouse gas emission reduction rules, he was accompanied on stage by leaders of 14 auto manufacturing companies representing 90 percent of the U.S. market.

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Categories: Energy, Global Warming, Vehicles  

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