Peter Gleick ‘Fakegate’ Scandal, Debates on Latest Climate Science Featured
What: Seventh International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-7)
Theme: Real Science, Real Choices
Where: Hilton Chicago, 720 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL
When: Monday, May 21 – Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Media: Open to all media. Request press credentials here.
Continue reading “Heartland Institute to Host Seventh International Conference on Climate Change”
General Motors spokesman David Barthmuss today confirmed the company’s foundation will no longer donate to The Heartland Institute. The following statement by Joseph Bast, president of The Heartland Institute, may be used for attribution.
Continue reading “Heartland Institute Responds to General Motors’ Decision to Pull Funding”
(The following press release was posted at the media page at Heartland.org on March 26, 2012.)
Recently, a Greenpeace activist named Cindy Baxter suddenly recalled that “someone calling himself ‘John’ and saying he was with a US environmental NGO” recorded a brief phone conversation with her more than four years ago, while she was at a United Nations’ climate conference in Bali. She now says the episode is comparable to Fakegate – the theft of corporate documents from The Heartland Institute and their circulation, along with a fake memo purporting to describe Heartland’s “climate strategy,” by disgraced climate scientist Peter Gleick.
We respectfully disagree.
Continue reading “Heartland Replies to Greenpeace”
Peter Foster over at the Financial Post in Canada has penned a pretty devastating take-down of David Suzuki’s hypocritical crusade against foreign money (American greenbacks) finding its way into the coffers of Canadian non-profit groups.
Radical environmentalists tend not to be famous for their objectivity or sense of irony. Canada’s most famous eco-activist, David Suzuki, proved that this week by organizing a write-in campaign to protest a Senate inquiry into foreign institutional funding of Canadian political activism. Continue reading “David Suzuki Will Be Sorry He Started a Funding Fight”