John Locke Update / Impact Newsletter

Exposing global-warming myths

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Debate about global warming has faded from the headlines during campaign season, but John Locke Foundation experts are keeping their eyes trained on the forces pushing for costly climate-change policies. Legal and Regulatory Policy Analyst Daren Bakst spoke Tuesday about global warming policies in a presentation to the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce’s Environmental Committee. Meanwhile, Paul Chesser of Climate Strategies Watch used his latest American Spectator column to discuss the “flimsy foundation” of climate alarmism. Climate Strategies Watch Research Analyst (and former JLF intern) Geoff Lawrence published a letter in the Palm Beach Post criticizing Florida leaders for pursuing counterproductive climate policies.

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