• Green Flop: Germany Solar Thermal Sales Worse Since 2000

    • Date: 21/02/18

    In Germany 2017 was the weakest year for solar thermal collector sales in more than a decade, according to the combined statistics by associations BDH and BSW-Solar. Their data reveals that only 78,000 systems were sold last year. The newly installed collector area added up to 625,000 m², down 16 % from 2016 and as […]

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  • Ban Our Oil, We Ban Your Wine: Canadian Eco-Wars Escalate

    • Date: 20/02/18
    • The Canadian Press

    The British Columbia government has launched a formal challenge against Alberta’s ban on its wines. B.C. said Monday it has notified Alberta that it is formally requesting consultations under the Canadian free trade agreement’s dispute settlement process. Trade Minister Bruce Ralston said Alberta’s actions threaten the livelihood of the families that have worked to build […]

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  • I Spy Cli-Fi

    • Date: 20/02/18
    • Geoff Chambers

    I once wasted a chunk of my life reading Ian McEwan’s “Solar” which was billed as an intelligent climate change novel. It isn’t. Climate Fiction is big business. There’s even a website devoted to academic research in the subject with its own Research Tool (Dan Bloom is his name. He’s a 1971 graduate of Tufts University in Boston where […]

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  • The Chain-Saw Massacre In The Name Of Green Energy

    • Date: 19/02/18
    • Clean Energy Wire

    Environmentalists suspect trees that provide a habitat for protected birds of prey have been cut down to make way for a wind farm in the German costal state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Maik Baumgärtner writes for Spiegel Online. Wildlife NGO Nabu says “this may have been done by citizens who will benefit economically from a planned wind farm”. […]

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  • Julian Simon Was Right: Eco-Alarmists Have Been Wrong All Along

    • Date: 17/02/18
    • Marian L. Tupy, Cato Institute

    Between 1960 and 2016,  the world saw the greatest poverty reduction in human history. This amazing progress would come as no surprise to the late Julian Simon (1932-1998), who years ago explained and predicted the happy confluence of growing population, increasing wealth, and falling commodity prices. Many people believe that global population growth leads to […]

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  • Growing Opposition To Green Energy Transition In German Parliament

    • Date: 13/02/18
    • P Gosselin, No Tricks Zone

    Green energy opposition becoming formidable force in Germany As Germany’s established CDU and SPD “mainstream” parties find themselves imploding, the smaller parties who oppose Germany’s out-of-control Energiewende (transition to green energies) are rapidly becoming a formidable force and making their presence felt in Germany’s national parliament like never before. For example Germany’s FDP Free Democrats, who refused to forge a coalition government together […]

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  • Eco-Scientists Push Eco-Socialism (in Nature)

    • Date: 11/02/18
    • Wesley J. Smith, National Review

    If you want to see what will next go wrong in society, just read this climate ‘science’ paper in Nature. The environmental movement wants to make the rich West much poorer so that the destitute can become richer. Rather than improve the plight of the developing world through such crucial projects as constructing an Africa-wide […]

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  • Scientists Surprised: Ozone Layer Not Healing, Continues To Deplete Despite Montreal Protocol

    • Date: 06/02/18
    • Press Trust of India

    Scientists are surprised that the ozone is thinning out in the lower stratosphere because their models do not show this trend and CFCs continue to decline.   A team led by researchers from ETH Zurich and the Physikalisch-Meteorologisches Observatorium Davos in Switzerland have found that despite the ban on CFCs, the concentration of ozone in […]

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