A Climate Conversation was made possible by the contributions and talents of the following.
With the rampant divisiveness in America today, The Kim Monson Show dissects issues using the litmus test of “Freedom vs Force and Force vs Freedom.” Surveys show that most Americans, (Blue dog Democrats, Unaffiliateds, Libertarians, Conservatives and Republicans), value the American Idea of every individual pursuing their Life, Liberty and Happiness. Kim promises to honestly, and with increased clarity, bring forth issues that affect you and those you love. We are in this “Battle of Ideas” together and Kim will do everything she possibly can to help you understand the issues so that you can engage in thoughtful dialogue with friends, family, colleagues and neighbors.
Walt Johnson is an independent geophysicist and consultant based out of Denver Colorado. Walt was instrumental in pioneering digital seismograph technology which is used today to take sound-based pictures of the earth’s crust.
Gregory Wrightstone is a geologist, executive director of the CO2 Coalition and an expert reviewer for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (AR-6). He is also the author of the bestselling book Inconvenient Facts – the science that Al Gore doesn’t want you to know.
Ronald Stein is a Professional Engineer ( P.E).and an Ambassador for Energy & Infrastructure. He is co-author of the Pulitzer Prize nominated book “Clean Energy Exploitations”. He is also a policy advisor on energy literacy for The Heartland Institute, and The Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow, and National TV Commentator- Energy & Infrastructure with Rick Amato.
Ken Gregory is currently active with the Friends of Science Society in Calgary, AB. Ken continually produces the bimonthly “Cli-Sci” reports for the FSS and continues to produce peer-reviewed work on the topics of climate change.
Colton Moyer is an independent filmmaker located in Denver Colorado. CEO of Proxy Films and Del Rancho Productions, Colton continues to create engaging visual content across the theatrical and commercial arenas.
The Heartland Institute is one of the world’s leading free-market think tanks. It is a national nonprofit research and education organization based in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Its mission since its founding in 1984 is to discover, develop, and promote free-market solutions to social and economic problems.
We are an “action tank” as well as a “think tank,” and we measure our success by the impact we have in the real world. The Heartland Institute plays an essential role in the national (and increasingly in the international) movement for personal liberty and limited government. We are the pipeline between the freedom movement’s leading writers and thinkers and the nation’s 8,400 national and state elected officials.