• Sharp Drop Of Global Temperatures

    • Date: 10/01/17
    • Ryan Maue

    During last few days, Northern Hemisphere average temperature fell by > 1.0°C vs climatology (1981-2010).

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  • Global Losses From Weather-Related Disasters Is Sharply Declining

    • Date: 08/01/17
    • Andrew Follett, The Daily Caller

    Damage from weather-related disasters is in sharp decline, according to data compiled by University of Colorado professor Roger Pielke, Jr. The chart indicates that the cost of weather-related disasters as a proportion of the global economy is declining. Data for the chart comes from the the reinsurance company Munich Re, the United Nations and Pielke’s […]

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  • Retired Vicar Scores Fracking Victory Against Friends of the Earth

    • Date: 07/01/17
    • Andy Shaw

    Retired vicar, Reverend Michael Roberts, has scored a little victory. He challenged the myths promoted by environmentalist campaigners, Friends of the Earth (FoE) and won. A fund-raising leaflet fell out of his weekly copy of Private Eye which stated that hydraulic-fracturing to extract shale gas (fracking) kills people. Rev. Roberts teamed up with retired physics […]

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  • North Atlantic Ocean Cooling Rapidly

    • Date: 05/01/17
    • Kenneth Richard, NoTricksZone

    While it has understandably not received much, if any, media attention, the North Atlantic Ocean has been rapidly cooling since the mid-2000s, or for more than 10 years now. The longer the cooling trend continues — and scientists are projecting more cooling for the coming decades  —  the more difficult it will be to ignore.   The […]

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  • The Coal Scare of 1917: Plus Ça Change

    • Date: 04/01/17
    • Matt Novak, Paleofuture

    In the fall of 1917, a severe coal shortage hit the United States. Riots even broke out over the lack of energy as the nation went into the winter months. Some people were calling for conservation, but one snarky newspaper article insisted that conserving was for suckers. Why? People of the future — specifically, the people […]

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  • U.S. Shale Could Break The OPEC Deal Within Months

    • Date: 30/12/16
    • Todd Royal, OilPrice

    The U.S. shale industry is ready to return with a bang. OPEC is currently pumping crude at a record rate yet has managed to fool algos and “experts” into bidding up crude to multi-month highs on “promises” it will cut a little over 1 million bpd in output starting in 2017. Alongside this “agreement”, which […]

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  • China To Cut Renewable Energy Subsidies

    • Date: 27/12/16
    • Bloomberg

    China is reducing the amount of money it pays to newly completed solar and wind power generators for their electricity, in order to reflect declines in construction costs, the country’s price regulator and economic planner said Monday. The nation will cut tariffs paid to solar farms by as much as 19 percent in 2017 from this […]

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  • China Cracks Down on Green Subsidy Fraud

    • Date: 25/12/16
    • Shuli Ren Barrons

    Green subsidy fraud is rampant in China. To curb heavy pollution, China has spent billions on green-vehicle subsidies—$4.5 billion last year alone—propelling electric and plug-in hybrid auto sales to quadruple in 2015 and soar 60% this year. But Beijing is starting to realize generosity also comes with fraud. The electric-car industry will face a lot […]

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