• Global Warming Smackdown: Tankers Trapped In Midsummer Arctic Sea Ice

    • Date: 01/07/18
    • Jamie Spry, Climatism

    “THE global warming, which there has been so much talk about for such a long time, seems to have receded a little and we are returning to the standards of the 1980’s and 1990’s…” — Andrey Smirnov (Icebreaker company rep) Shipping in the Gulf of Ob is paralysed and the situation complicated, icebreaker company Rosatomflot says. | The Independent […]

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  • While Anti-Fracking Europe Declines, China To Double Shale Gas Production

    • Date: 30/06/18
    • Natural Gas Intel

    China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), the largest state-owned producer of oil and natural gas in the country, reportedly plans to nearly double natural gas production from shale sources this year and wants a five-fold increase in such production by 2020. CNPC said it plans to produce 5.6 billion cubic meters (bcm) (197.8 Bcf) of natural […]

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  • The Climate Conference That Launched Global Warming Scare: Remembering Toronto ‘88

    • Date: 27/06/18
    • Bernie Lewin, Enthusiasm, Scepticism and Science

    With the Greenhouse scare turning thirty this month, we remember the conference that launched it onto the global stage as the flagship cause of the Sustainable Development movement. Humanity is conducting an unintended, uncontrolled, globally pervasive experiment whose ultimate consequences could be second only to a global nuclear war. —Changing Atmosphere Conference Statement, Toronto, 30 […]

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  • 30 Years On, Remembering James Hansen’s 1988 Congressional Testimony

    • Date: 23/06/18
    • Bernie Lewin, Enthusiasm, Scepticism and Science

    With the Greenhouse scare turning thirty this summer, we remember the Congressional testimony that launched it in the USA. James Hansen testifying to the US Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, 23 June 1988 Thirty years ago, on 23 June 1988, James Hansen testified to a Congressional committee that anthropogenic global warming has been […]

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  • Famine Forecasts Foiled: Climate’s Projected Food Production to Increase

    • Date: 20/06/18
    • Gregory Wrightstone, CNS News

    Rising temperatures and increasing carbon dioxide are leading to multiple benefits and perhaps the most important of those is increasing crop production. The latest dose of “fake news” about global warming comes from two forecasts of famine due to human activity. Both drew on estimates of extremely high temperatures predicted by the same flawed climate […]

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  • Andrew Montford: Remote Windfarms Are Bad News For Birds

    • Date: 18/06/18
    • Andrew Montford, The Spectator

    Last week, the government announced that it was going to allow onshore windfarms to once again gain access to the vast pots of money set aside for renewable energy. However, there was one very important restriction: only windfarms on remote islands would be eligible. In practice, we are therefore talking about the Inner and Outer […]

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  • Claimed Antarctic Ice Loss In Doubt

    • Date: 17/06/18
    • P Gosselin, No Tricks Zone

    On June 13 Chris Mooney of the Washington Post wrote how Antarctica’s ice sheet was “melting at a rapidly increasing rate” and “pouring more than 200 billion tons of ice into the ocean annually” — all this according to “a team of 80 scientists”. The doomsday media response was immediate. Mooney of course blamed CO2 for the […]

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  • Green Flop: Coal Still Rules As Greens Play Themselves

    • Date: 17/06/18
    • Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun

    Turns out the green movement played itself. Hysterical scaremongering over the Fukushima emergency had a number of nuclear plants closed, especially in Japan, only to be replaced by coal. This move to green energy is costing a bomb without lessening reliance on coal: Wind and solar account for just six percent of total electricity globally, despite […]

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