Pat Michaels (1950-2022) discusses global warming and a government-scientific complex in a 2012 interview with Carolina Journal.
Empty buses don’t improve air quality
In nearly all North Carolina communities with bus systems, ridership is significantly lower than it was just a few years ago. In Greensboro, for example, there were 1.9 million passenger trips on city buses last year, down approximately 60% from the total in 2014. Over the same period, Winston-Salem buses experienced a comparable drop-off. In...
Hudson supports bill to block federal use of ‘social cost of carbon’
The federal government would be banned from using the so-called “social cost of carbon” in its rulemaking process, under a bill co-sponsored by a member of the N.C. congressional delegation. U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, R-8th District, is one of six Republican House sponsors of the Transparency and Honesty in Energy Regulations Act.
Pat Michaels (1950-2022) discusses ‘Lukewarming’ with Carolina Journal in 2017
Pat Michaels (1950-2022) discusses his book “Lukewarming” with Carolina Journal in 2017.
Pat Michaels (1950-2022) discusses ‘Climate Coup’ with Carolina Journal in 2011
Pat Michaels (1950-2022) discussed his book, “Climate Coup,” during a 2011 interview with Carolina Journal Radio. Michaels served as a Competitive Enterprise Institute senior fellow, director of the Center for the Study of Science at the Cato Institute, research professor of environmental sciences at the University of Virginia for 30 years, Virginia state climatologist for...