• Greenpeace India Barred From Receiving Foreign Funding, Bank Accounts Frozen

    • Date: 09/04/15
    • Anirvan Ghosh, Huffington Post

    The Indian government has suspended the registration of Greenpeace India under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act after it had protested against certain industrial and coal mining projects that were proposed to be built in environmentally sensitive regions in the country. The Home Ministry said in a statement that there were serious allegations of Greenpeace’s involvement […]

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  • What Caused The Global Warming Pause?

    • Date: 08/04/15
    • Ed Caryl, No Tricks Zone

    Depending on which global temperature data one looks at, temperatures have not increased in the last 18 or so years. The reasons proposed have been various, ranging from natural cycles to increased aerosols, to heat escaping to space or the deep ocean. Perhaps there are some other reasons that have not been considered. The following […]

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  • Superb Sea Ice Conditions For Polar Bears During Their Critical Feeding Period

    • Date: 05/04/15
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    Prognosis, excellent. The sea ice hunting platform that polar bears require is everywhere and Davis Strait ice extent is the fourth-highest it’s ever been at this time of year. The spring feeding period is a messy, brutal business – many cute baby seals will die as polar bears consume 2/3rds of their yearly food supply over […]

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  • California’s Green Elites And An Engineered Drought

    • Date: 03/04/15
    • Victor Davis Hanson, City Journal

    California is suffering the ramifications of the ‘small is beautiful,’ green ideology of cocooned elites. California governor Jerry Brown had little choice but to issue a belated, state-wide mandate to reduce water usage by 25 percent. How such restrictions will affect Californians remains to be seen, given the Golden State’s wide diversity in geography, climate, water supply, and […]

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  • Did Antarctica Really Have Its Warmest Day On Record?

    • Date: 31/03/15
    • Thomas Richard, The Examiner

    The bases where the measurements were taken are under Argentinian authority, and the temperatures may be more indicative of Argentina and not Antarctica. The mean Antarctic temperature has actually fallen throughout the last 60 years. According to an article published today by United Press International (UPI), Antarctica had its warmest day on record, and they attribute it wholly to global warming. […]

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  • UN Climate Change Fund To Bankroll Coal-Fired Power Plants

    • Date: 30/03/15
    • teleSur News

    The U.N. fund for confronting climate change is set to pay for the most polluting form of energy generation. New rules agreed by a United Nations committee to help fight climate change are “like a torture convention that doesn’t forbid torture,” a leading environmental group told the Guardian. In an antagonistic meeting in South Korea […]

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  • Germany’s Fossil Fuel Capacity & Coal Imports Hit Record High

    • Date: 28/03/15
    • Pierre Gosselin, NoTricksZone

    Last year, Germany’s fossil fuel capacity and coal imports reached record highs. The Fraunhofer Institute has an excellent page for monitoring Germany’s installed electrical energy production capacity. Examining the charts, we see a stunning result for Germany: Despite the almost monster 70 gigawatts of renewable energy coming online since 2002, Germany’s fossil fuel capacity has risen and reached their highest […]

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  • Steve McIntyre: Reductio Ad Mannium

    • Date: 26/03/15
    • Steve McIntyre, Climate Audit

    Using Mannian RegEM with the Mann et al 2008-9 network of 1209 “proxies”, one can probably “reconstruct” almost anything.  Are you interested in “reconstructing” the medieval Dow Jones Index?  Or medieval NFL attendance? The new article by Rahmstorf and Mann (see RC here) has been criticized at WUWT (here here) for making claims about Atlantic Ocean currents based on proxies, […]

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