• Fossil Fuels vs. Climate Politics: Plus ça Change

    • Date: 16/05/19
    • Robert Bradley Jr., Institute for Energy Research

    After three decades of climate alarm, activism and debate, carbon-based energies continue to dominate the world over highly subsidised and mandated green alternatives. An important statistic in the historiography of climate policy compares the global market share of fossil fuels from 1988 (the beginning year of the climate debate) to today. How has global warming […]

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  • Matt Ridley: Biodiversity Alarmism Doesn’t Work

    • Date: 09/05/19
    • Matt Ridley, Reaction

    The threat to biodiversity is not new, not necessarily accelerating, mostly not caused by economic growth or prosperity, nor by climate change, and won’t be reversed by retreating into organic self-sufficiency. Driven perhaps by envy at the attention that climate change is getting, and ambition to set up a great new intergovernmental body that can […]

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  • What Ever Happened To Monbiot’s Global Meltdown?

    • Date: 06/05/19
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    Back in 1999, the Moonbat was warning us that the world was already collapsing around us thanks to climate change: Global warming means that flying across the Atlantic is now as unacceptable as child abuse By George Monbiot. Published in the Guardian 29th July 1999. The global meltdown has begun. Long predicted and long denied, […]

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  • We Only Have Three And A Half Days To Stop Climate Change

    • Date: 04/05/19
    • David Marcus, The Federalist

    Mock me if you wish—I’m used to it. But mark my words; the end is nigh. If we don’t surrender our rights and hand control of the economy over to the state, the world will pretty much be over by Tuesday morning. Climate change is in the news again. Earlier this year, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez […]

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  • Subsidising Electric Cars Is Perverse

    • Date: 04/05/19
    • Steve Pociask, Real Clear Energy

    Electric cars are overwhelmingly a luxury of the wealthy. Even if the number of electric cars in the U.S. grew substantially faster than current projections, their cumulative impact on climate trends would amount to a rounding error. For more than a decade, the federal government has picked winners and losers in the automobile market by […]

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  • How Britain’s Climate Campaigners Are Increasing CO2 Emissions

    • Date: 29/04/19
    • John Hinderaker, PowerLine

    Given the Greens’ rejection, how does Britain generate electricity? It simply imports gas that was produced elsewhere, thus increasing CO2 emissions and outsourcing jobs and tax revenues to other countries. Britain has a fracking industry–or could have one, anyway, if it weren’t for the Greens’ political clout. It finally became too much for Natascha Engel, […]

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  • The cult of Greta Thunberg

    • Date: 23/04/19
    • Brendan O’Neill, Spiked

    This young woman sounds increasingly like a millenarian weirdo. Anyone who doubts that the green movement is morphing into a millenarian cult should take a close look at Greta Thunberg. This poor young woman increasingly looks and sounds like a cult member. The monotone voice. The look of apocalyptic dread in her eyes. The explicit […]

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  • What? No sixth extinction?

    • Date: 23/04/19
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF

    A prominent scientist inadvertently rebuts much of the climate hype Extinction Rebellion seem to be everywhere at the moment. And everywhere their story is the same. We are in the middle of a climate catastrophe. As the Huffington Post put it, Human-caused climate change is driving sea-level rise, drought, extreme weather and a biodiversity crisis […]

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