Myron Ebell

Competitive Enterprise Institute

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Director of Global Warming and International Environmental Policy for the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a conservative free market, limited government think-tank based in Washington, DC

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Documents leaked  last week reveal efforts to cast doubt on climate change with a new curriculum for public schools.  Some call it similar to challenging Evolution by pushing…

The Heartland Institute, Global Warming and Public Schools

Documents leaked last week reveal efforts to cast doubt on climate change with a new curriculum for public schools.  Some call it similar to challenging Evolution by pushing…

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Leaked documents  show that the nonprofit  Heartland Institute  is trying to shake the confidence of public school teachers in human-caused climate change.

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Leaked documents show that the nonprofit Heartland Institute is trying to shake the confidence of public school teachers in human-caused climate change.

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