• Australian Government Says “Hazard Reduction” To Stop Fires. Labor Says “Carbon Market”

    • Date: 03/01/20
    • Jo Nova

    Fire policy question for beginners: What is more effective — reduce bushfires or reduce CO2 emissions? A nation watches the fires. The Australian Navy has rescued around 1,100 people and 250 pets. Thousands of other have fled. Thousands more on the SE corner of Australia have been chopping down trees, cleaning properties, waiting in queues for fuel […]

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  • The BBC, Bob Ward & The Climate Catastrophists’ Attack On Dissent

    • Date: 31/12/19
    • Matt Ridley, Reaction

    What readers of newspapers and listeners to the radio do not see is the sustained and deliberate pressure put on editors to toe the alarmist line on climate change.  I was asked to appear on the Today programme on Saturday 28 December by the guest editor, Charles Moore, and made the case that the BBC’s […]

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  • 2019: The Year Of Peak Green Bullsh*t

    • Date: 30/12/19
    • Ben Pile, Spiked

    Greta, Prince Harry and Extinction Rebellion took the eco-cult to new heights of madness. 2019 was the most extraordinary year of green bullshit yet. Despite the planet being a wealthier, healthier and safer place than it was when fears of global warming first appeared on the political agenda in the 1980s – and despite the failure of more than […]

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  • 2019: The End of a Decade When Climate Alarmism Tipped Into ‘Climate Crisis’ Hysteria

    • Date: 29/12/19
    • Jaime Jessop, Climate Scepticism

    Bereft of an actual climate crisis, alarmist scientists and activists have proceeded to invent one, both linguistically and by co-opting extreme weather events and their impacts into the general narrative. In the final days of 2019, there is much to reflect upon events of the past year and, with the closing of the second decade of the […]

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  • Why Walking to Work Can be More Polluting Than Driving to Work

    • Date: 26/12/19
    • Richard B. McKenzie, The Library of Economics and Liberty

    Driving a small or moderate-size car and not having to replace burned calories saves more energy (and greenhouse gases) than walking when the extra calories expended are replaced. Which is more polluting—driving a mile to work or walking that mile? The easy answer is, of course, driving. Cars have tailpipes; people don’t. Far more energy […]

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  • Copenhagen – 10 Years On

    • Date: 18/12/19
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot of People Know That

    It’s the tenth anniversary of the Copenhagen Climate Accord, so let’s reflect on how things have progressed since. Emissions First, what the summit was supposedly all about, carbon dioxide emissions: BP Energy Review These have increased by 26% in the last ten years, and show no sign of peaking. Meanwhile, renewable has barely made a […]

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  • The Next Nuclear Plants Will Be Small, Svelte, and Safer

    • Date: 13/12/19
    • Wired

    A new generation of reactors will start producing power in the next few years. They’re comparatively tiny—and may be key to hitting our climate goals.  For the last 20 years, the future of nuclear power has stood in a high bay laboratory tucked away on the Oregon State University campus in the western part of the state. […]

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  • Greta Thunberg ‘Ignored’ By World Leaders At Climate Summit, Admits Protests Have Achieved ‘Nothing’

    • Date: 08/12/19
    • The Blaze

    Teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg was “ignored” by world leaders at the United Nations COP25 climate change summit in Madrid on Friday. Speaking with reporters, Thunberg said her calls for action on the climate have been ignored and admitted her protests have achieved “nothing.” “We have been striking now for over a year, and […]

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