Chu-ing up the Economy in the Name of Climate Change

USA Today reports on Obama DOE nominee Steven Chu:

The Nobel Prize winner nominated to head the Energy Department said Tuesday that he would focus the agency in part on global warming, a sharp departure from the agency’s priorities during the Bush administration.

Citing new evidence in the debate over the legitimacy of global warming, Senior Fellow in Environmental Studies Patrick J. Michaels explains scientific bias in his new book, Climate of Extremes: Global Warming Science They Don’t Want You to Know.

Watch Michaels discuss the possibility of a carbon tax on Fox Business and global warming on CNN’s Lou Dobbs.

Senior Fellows Jerry Taylor and Peter Van Doren examine the true cost of climate change and defend the case against government support for alternative energy.