On the latest episode of Power Hour—Alex Epstein’s monthly Internet radio show in which he interviews today’s top energy experts to discuss today’s top energy issues—Mr. Epstein discusses climate change with Dr. Richard Lindzen, a leading climate scientist with over 50 years of experience in the field, who presents intriguing ideas on climate change, and atmospheric carbon dioxide, and many other issues. This episode of Power Hour was posted on Voices for Reason on June 1, 2011.
Archive for Tag “climate change”
66 min. Climate Policy in a Free Society
Many people view climate change as necessitating an expansive role for government in regulating and controlling economic activity. This talk examines the question: how would such global environmental issues as climate change be addressed in a society where government is restricted to the protection of individual rights? The talk was delivered at UCLA on January 31, 2010, and was hosted by LOGIC, the UCLA Objectivist club.
18 min. Cap and Trade: Americans Say No!
Yaron Brook discusses the state of the Tea Party movement and cap-and-trade legislation. (Pajamas TV interview; 18 min.)
Don Watkins interviews Keith Lockitch and Onkar Ghate on the meaning of Earth Day.
Keith Lockitch discusses climate change, and under what circumstances people are more vulnerable to severe climate events. This recording is hosted by the Heartland Institute. [download mp3]
9 min. The Death of Cap-and-Trade?
Yaron Brook discusses the erosion of support for cap-and-trade legislation in light of Climategate’s revelations. (Pajamas TV interview; 9 min.)
8 min. The Collapse in Copenhagen
Yaron Brook on the recent United Nations climate change summit in Copenhagen. (Pajamas TV interview; 8 min.)
10 min. Climategate
Yaron Brook comments on the United Nations climate change conference in Copenhagen, and the meaning of the leaked climate research e-mails. (Pajamas TV interview; 10 min.)
Yaron Brook analyzes the motives behind measures proposed in the name of combating climate change. (Pajamas TV interview; 9 min.)