DVD: Where the Grass is Greener
Biblical Stewardship vs. Climate Alarmism is a blockbuster one-hour documentary that harnesses the expertise of over 30 world-class scholars in climate science; developmental, environmental, and energy economics; and theology, ethics, and public policy to address global warming and climate policy from a Biblical worldview perspective to protect the world’s poor from harmful climate and energy policies.
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Where the Grass is Greener 2
The sequel is now available! Where the Grass is Greener 2: Helping the Poor Amid Climate Confusion, brings together the insights of world-renowned scholars and Christian leaders about why and how climate and energy policy based on global warming alarmism harms the poor, and what alternative policies can help them to conquer poverty and flourish in societies blessed with liberty and prosperity. Learn more here or follow the links below to purchase.
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Where the Grass is Greener: Biblical Stewardship vs. Climate Alarmism
JOCK ALLISON, PH.D.
Reproductive Studies, Research Scientist (ret.), New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries.
Timothy F. Ball, Ph.D.
Geography, Professor of Climatology (ret.), University of Winnipeg
William Matt Briggs, Ph.D.
Mathematical Statistics, Statistical Consultant; former Meteorologist, NWS
H. Sterling Burnett, Ph.D.
Environmental Ethics, Environmental Research Fellow, Heartland Institute; Managing Editor, Environment & Climate News
Robert M. Carter, Ph.D.
Paleontology, Professor and Head of School of Earth Sciences (ret.), James Cook University
Walter Cunningham, M.A.
Physics; USN Colonel (Ret.), Apollo 7 Astronaut; former Rand Corporation Research Scientist
Harold H. Doiron, Ph.D.
Mechanical Engineering, Chairman, The Right Climate Stuff Research Team; NASA Engineer for Apollo, Skylab, and Space Shuttle
Paul Driessen, Esq., J.D.
Senior Policy Advisor, Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow; Author, Eco-Imperialism: Green Power, Black Death
William M. Gray, Ph.D.
Geophysical Sciences, Emeritus Professor, Atmospheric Science; Head of Tropical Meteorology Project, Colorado State University
Ken Haapala, M.S.
Quantitative Economics, President, Science and Environmental Policy Project
William Happer, Ph.D.
Physics, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Princeton University; Former Director, Office of Science, Department of Energy
Tom Harris, M.Eng.
Mechanical Engineering, Thermofluids, Executive Director, International Climate Science Coalition
Kathleen Hartnett-White, M.A.
Humanities, Distinguished Senior Fellow, Texas Public Policy Foundation; former Chairman, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
David Kreutzer, Ph.D.
Economics, Research Fellow in Energy Economics and Climate Change, Center for Data Analysis, Heritage Foundation
David Legates, Ph.D.
Climatology, Professor of Climatology and Geography, College of Earth, Ocean, & Environment, University of Delaware; Senior Fellow, Cornwall Alliance
Patrick J. Michaels, Ph.D.
Ecological Climatology, Director, Center for the Study of Science, Cato Institute; former Program Chair, Committee on Applied Climatology of the American Meteorological Society; former Research Professor of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia
Lord Christopher Monckton, 3rd Viscount of Brenchley, M.A.
Classics; Dip., Journalism, Chief Policy Advisor, Science and Public Policy Institute (SPPI); former Press Officer, Conservative Central Office, UK, and Policy Advisor to UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
Marc Morano, B.A.
Political Science, Communications Director, Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow, Executive Editor and Chief Correspondent, ClimateDepot.com; former Senior Advisor, Speechwriter, and Climate Researcher for U.S. Sen. James Inhofe
Jay Richards, Ph.D.
Philosophy and Theology, Assistant Research Professor, School of Business and Economics, Catholic University of America; Senior Fellow, Discovery Institute; Executive Editor, The Stream
James H. Rust, Ph.D.
Nuclear Engineering, Professor of Nuclear Engineering (ret.), Georgia Institute of Technology; Policy Advisor, Heartland Institute
Thomas P. Sheahen, Ph.D.
Physics, Director, Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology; Vice President, Science and Environmental Policy Project; President/CEO, Western Technology, Inc.
S. Fred Singer, Ph.D.
Physics, Emeritus Professor of Environmental Science, University of Virginia; Founder, Science and Environmental Policy Project; founder, Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change; first Director, National Weather Satellite Service
Roy W. Spencer, Ph.D.
Meteorology, Principal Research Scientist, Earth System Science Center, University of Alabama; U.S. Science Team Leader, Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer on NASA’s Aqua Satellite; Cornwall Alliance Senior Fellow
Leighton Steward, M.S.
Geology, Chairman, PlantsNeedCO2.org; Chairman, Institute for the Study of Earth and Man, Southern Methodist University
James Taylor, J.D.
Vice President for External Relations and Senior Fellow for Environment and Energy Policy, Heartland Institute
James Tonkowich, D.Min.
Columnist, ReligionToday.com; Former President, Institute on Religion & Democracy
G. Cornelis van Kooten, Ph.D.
Economics, Professor of Economics and Research Chair in Environmental Studies and Climate, University of Victoria , Cornwall Alliance Senior Fellow
Director and President, IntelliWeather Inc.; Host, WattsUpWithThat.com, “the world’s most viewed climate website”; Broadcast Meteorologist
Tom Wysmuller, M.A.
Political Science (cand.), Meteorologist and Lecturer on Climate and Climate Change for colderside.com
Elizabeth Yore, Esq., J.D.
Child Legal Advocate; Former General Counsel, Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, and General Counsel, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
E. Calvin Beisner, Ph.D.
Founder and National Spokesman, Cornwall Alliance; former professor, Covenant College and Knox Theological Seminary—Narrator
Host, Moody’ Radio’s “In the Market with Janet Parshall”—Narrator
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