On episode 105 of The Climate Realism Show, we talk to E. Calvin Beisner, co-editor (along with David Legates) of the new book “Climate and Energy: The Case For Realism.” The book combines outstanding climate science, physics, economics, environmental science, political science, ethics, and theology to present a well-reasoned understanding of human-induced climate change and how to respond to it. The authors of the chapters in this book, all experts in their respective fields, conclude for a wide range of issues related to climate and energy, that “attempted cures for climate change are generally worse than the disease—especially for the poor.”

Beisner will join host Jim Lakely, and The Heartland Institute’s usual climate crew of H. Sterling Burnett and Linnea Lueken, to talk about this book and also the Crazy Climate News of the Week. Join us LIVE at 1 p.m. ET (12 p.m. CT) for the kind of climate realism you can’t find anywhere else, and join the chat to get your questions answered, too.

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