THI

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THITexas Heart Institute (Houston, TX)
THITissue Harmonic Imaging (signal processing technique)
THITim Hortons, Inc. (various locations)
THITownscape Heritage Initiative (UK grant program)
THIThe Hood Internet (music production group)
THIThe Heartland Institute (est. 1984; think tank)
THITemperature Humidity Index
THITeledyne Hastings Instruments (Hampton, VA)
THITraumatic Head Injury
THIThe Humane Interface (Jef Raskin book)
THIThe Hispanic Institute (Washington, DC)
THITorrey Honors Institute (Biola University)
THITaeknihaskoli Islands (Technical University of Iceland; Reykjavik, Iceland)
THITraffic Homicide Investigator (Law Enforcement)
THITarget Hazard Index
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I later researched the article to be an opinion piece in the Daily Caller from the Heartland Institute.
The Heartland Institute, which has been at the forefront of scientifically exposing the lies and deception in the official alarmism, said the new report was more of the same, "except for even greater exaggeration, worse science, and added interference in the political process by unelected, self-serving bureaucrats." The institute has published some 4,000 pages in the Climate Change Reconsidered series by the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC).
The Heartland Institute takes climate change to heart - if you're not familiar with them, it's not how it sounds.
Write this in a letter to the school, and request that any "info packets" from the Heartland Institute be rejected.
This study is funded by Frontiers: The Heartland Institute for Clinical and Translational Research and the Wichita Center for Graduate Medical Education-Kansas Bioscience Authority.
Follow-up emails show Konkus and the Heartland Institute mustering scores of potential invitees known for rejecting scientific warnings of man-made climate-change, including from groups like Plants Need CO2, The Right Climate Stuff, and Junk Science.
Senior Fellow The Heartland Institute Arlington Heights, Illinois
Hill: Recently, the Heartland Institute released and shared with over 200,000 science teachers their "Why Scientists Disagree with Global Warming," a pamphlet expressing bias and deniability on climate change.
The report, entitled "Climate Change Reconsidered II: Biological Impacts," was recently published by the Heartland Institute. It was funded by an assemblage of incorporated actors such as Exxon Mobil, Koch Industries, Donors Trust, Donors Capital Fund, the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change, and the Science and Environmental Policy Project.
A 2013 (https://www.publicintegrity.org/2013/02/14/12181/donors-use-charity-push-free-market-policies-states) article by Paul Abowd at the Center for Public Integrity explains that at Donors Trust, a "donor-advised fund," funders can open individual accounts, and the trust gives donors "an extra level of control over where their money ends up." Founded in 1999, Donors Trust has pumped hundreds of millions of dollars into a stream of conservative nonprofits such as the Heartland Institute, the American Legislative Exchange Council, the American Enterprise Institute, George Mason University's free-market think tanks the Mercatus Center and the Institute for Humane Studies - to which Koch foundations have also given heavily - and the Kochs' Americans for Prosperity Foundation.
Previously, Costin worked at the Illinois Policy Institute as a local government transparency and anti-corruption expert, and he worked in government relations at the Heartland Institute. As policy adviser to Gov.
Right-wing "think tanks" like the Institute of Energy Research, the Heartland Institute and the Competitive Enterprise Institute, financed by the likes of Exxon Mobil and the Koch brothers, have already mobilised to deny any links between the Houston disaster and climate change.