Lawrence Solomon: Now that the global warming era is nearing an end, the Third World can breathe easier

(March 23, 2017) Treating the Third World as a global warming guinea pig damaged it along with the West.

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Presentation to the Standing Committee on Natural Resources

(March 13, 2017) The federal government should look to Ontario for examples on how not to implement renewable energy policies. Brady Yauch for Consumer Policy Institute.

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The bad, very bad and very very bad of the NDP’s hydro fix

(March 4, 2017) A plan by Ontario’s NDP to fix the province’s hydro crisis will only make matters worse. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Those scientists urging Trump to embrace carbon include the best climate experts around

(March 2, 2017) The U.K. Guardian decides who can and who cannot study the causes of climate change; dismisses physicists, space scientists and the effects of sun on climate. Continue reading

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Has global warming corrupted environmentalism?

(February 23, 2017) Join us this Tuesday, February 28, 8 pm at the Green Beanery cafe-roastery on the corner of Bathurst and Bloor as we ask: has grass-roots environmentalism become an endangered species?

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Lawrence Solomon: Finally it’s safe for the whistleblowers of corrupted climate science to speak out

(February 16, 2017) The greatest scientific fraud of the century will soon be laid bare.

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Lawrence Solomon: Yes, our environmental group is ‘controversial’; we’re also usually proven right

(February 6, 2017) Throughout the decades, we’ve been considered mavericks because we challenged the conventional wisdom; in virtually every area, we’ve been proven right over time. Energy Probe responds to, “A Look into Canada’s Most Controversial Environmental Organization,” a recent news piece about the organization’s connection to a coffee shop in the Annex.

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