steve gorham
Request Talent/ Media
Fee: $5000/exp 

Minority Report
 Illinois Based

Steve Goreham

A leading authority on environmental and energy issues for business

Steve Goreham is an independent scholar, engineer, author, researcher, and futurist in the fields of climate change, energy, and environmental policy, as well as an engineer and a business executive with 30 years of experience at Fortune 100 and private companies. He is the Executive Director of the Climate Science Coalition of America, a non-political association of scientists, engineers, and citizens dedicated to informing Americans about the realities of climate science and renewable energy economics. He is author of two highly regarded books with over 100,000 copies in print: Climatism! Science, Common Sense, and the 21st Century's Hottest Topic and The Mad, Mad, Mad World of Climatism: Mankind and Climate Change Mania. He is a columnist for The Washington Times and a frequent guest on radio and television. Steve holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and a MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois.

Steve presents a fresh viewpoint on environmental, weather, and energy topics in a down-to-earth style so that all can understand, and with stories and humor so that all will enjoy. Ask him to customize a program for the needs of your organization.

Steve's presentation to the Petroleum Club of Fort Worth and the Fort Worth Geological Society.

On Hydrocarbons, Petroleum, and Energy

On the Horse and Horseless Carriage

On Packaging and Plastics

On Energy History

On Energy Problems in Europe


“Minority Report” Presentation to Company Executive Groups

 “What Your Green Consultant Doesn’t Tell You About Sustainable Development”

“Without Electricity, We’d Be Watching TV by Candlelight.”


Sustainable Development:  Solution or Scourge?

The World Business Council on Sustainable Development has recommended sustainable business policies for the 21st century.  Billions of dollars are spent each year by companies, universities, and governments on sustainable development.  Your firm has adopted sustainable development.  Economics and cost/benefit have been tempered with adoption of renewable energy and decarbonization policies to boost your corporate image and protect the environment.  But do these policies really help the planet?  Steve Goreham cuts through the smoke and provides sound advice on sustainable development to help improve your corporate strategy.

Weather and Climate Change:  Implications for Your Business

Are hurricanes getting stronger?  Will there be more drought and flood events?  Are weather patterns really changing?  Is mankind causing dangerous climate change?

Steve Goreham presents evidence and historical trends about weather events and climate, customized for your region and business.

Our Energy Future and the Myth of Peak Oil

Energy is one of the most controversial and least understood aspects of our modern society. Is energy use causing global warming? Have we passed peak oil production and are we running out of oil, gas, and other resources? Can the United States again be energy independent? Are renewables the short term answer to our energy needs?

Steve Goreham answers these and many other questions with up-to-date information and analysis about energy. Enjoy his presentation, which is packed with quotes, stories, humor, and common sense about our energy future.

Beyond Green: Common Sense Environmental Policy for Business

Corporate America has gone green. Green products, sustainable services, recycling, energy efficiency programs, and counting of carbon emissions are standard practice. Efforts to use renewable energy and electric vehicles are accelerating. But are all of these policies necessary and effective? Steve Goreham delivers common sense on environmental issues for business. Learn the latest science and economics about global warming, pollution, biofuels, renewable energy, and other issues. Understand the basics of a common-sense environmental policy for your organization.

Climate Change and Renewable Energy: The Rest of the Story

Steve Goreham, controversial author of Climatism! Science, Common Sense, and the 21st Century's Hottest Topic, presents on climate change and renewable energy. Learn why our president and Congress are headed in the wrong direction. Learn why the polar bears are not in serious danger. Learn how global warming policies will raise our taxes, boost our electricity bills, and increase the cost of doing business and living our daily lives.

Steve cuts through the misconceptions spouted daily by the media and taught in schools and universities. His presentation is filled with information, stories, and humor, delivered in a way to make much of climate science quite understandable to anyone.

The Ingenuity of Mankind: Why the Golden Age of the 20th Century will Continue

Doom and gloom characterizes the headlines from today's news media. News of weather disasters, financial crises, terrorism, disease, pollution, global warming, overpopulation, and many other catastrophes, real or imagined, is broadcast across the world every day. It appears that humanity is on a road of inevitable decline.

Yet, the 20th Century brought a golden age for most of mankind, with every trend of human welfare improving. Moreover, these trends indicate that improving prosperity and quality of life will continue. Hear Steve's upbeat presentation that is based on historical facts and the latest trend data. Learn why the golden age of the 20th century will be followed by further advances throughout the 21st Century. This is a powerful topic for an uplifting keynote address for your organization.


Why Are Two Essential Inputs for the Plastics Industry, Energy and Hydrocarbons, Under Attack?
Is Mankind Causing Dangerous Climate Change?
How Will Trends Impact My Business and My Clients?
What Are the Right Environmental Strategies for Plastics Firms?


Promotional Info
Minority Report
Plastic Industry
Oil & Gas Industry
 Climate Change
Electric Power Program
Mining Industry

Environmental Policy, Corporate Responsibility, Science/Engineering, Sustainability: Environment, Green/Environment, Business Trends