• Federal Appeals Court Dismisses Youth Activists’ Climate Lawsuit

    • Date: 18/01/20
    • Associated Press

    A federal appeals court on Friday dismissed a lawsuit by 21 young people. The judges wrote that ending the use of fossil fuels in the U.S. alone would not be enough to slow or stop climate change. A federal appeals court on Friday dismissed a lawsuit by 21 young people who claimed the U.S. government’s climate […]

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  • Mark Carney ‘Absolutely’ Opposes Oil Divestment

    • Date: 16/01/20
    • Terence Corcoran, Financial Post

    I have some welcome news for Canada’s fossil fuel industry. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, soon to be the UN envoy on climate finance, will not be joining the fossil fuel divestment movement. “I absolutely disagree with divestment campaigns,” Carney said in an email to an FP Comment column reader in Calgary. Carney’s categorical rejection of […]

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  • Germany’s Electric Car Policy Puts ‘More Than 400,000 Jobs At Risk’

    • Date: 14/01/20

    The conversion to electric cars could cost hundreds of thousands of jobs in Germany by 2030, according to a government study. However, the car industry has slammed this forecast. The switch to electromobility could result in serious job losses in Germany’s auto industry, a new study has found.  In the production of engines and gearboxes […]

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  • Educational ‘Equity’ Consultant Advocates Burning ‘Most Books Used In Schools’

    • Date: 12/01/20
    • College Fix

    “Stop using white history, white mathematics, and white science as the foundation.” The notion of burning books is, or should be, quite repugnant to those with an interest in maintaining a free society. Whether it’s environmentalists setting ablaze a book which challenges man-made global warming theory, or conservatives putting flames to a progressive’s anti-white-themed offering, never should Ray […]

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  • Kangaroo Island Mayor says Barack Obama ‘Wrong’ On Blaming Climate Change For Bushfires

    • Date: 12/01/20
    • ABC News

    As almost half of Australia’s third-largest island burned, its Mayor used social media to criticise former US president Barack Obama for connecting what he called “the very real and very urgent consequences of climate change” with Australia’s bushfires.  Kangaroo Island Mayor Michael Pengilly responded to a tweet by Barack Obama by saying climate change was not […]

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  • Climate Change Played Minor Role In California Wildfires, Experts Conclude

    • Date: 09/01/20
    • E&E News

    Climate change played a minor role in the wildfires that devastated California in the past three years, a panel of experts said yesterday, blaming most of the damage on land management and development. Scott Stephens, a professor of fire science at the University of California, Berkeley, said 20% to 25% of the wildfire damage resulted […]

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  • Australian Bushfires Made Worse By Bad Green Policies

    • Date: 08/01/20
    • Patrick Michaels & Myron Ebell, Washington Examiner

    While greens blame the bushfires of Australia and California on global warming, green policies themselves are helping to fuel the fires. Alarmists have been quick to blame climate change for the recent, horrific fires in Australia and California. Although human actions do bear a large share of the blame for the scale of this ongoing […]

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  • Arsonists Fuelling Australia’s Bushfire Crisis As Arrest Toll Hits 183

    • Date: 07/01/20
    • The Australian

    More than 180 alleged arsonists have been arrested since the start of the bushfire season, with 29 blazes deliberately lit in the Shoalhaven region of southeast NSW in just three months. The Shoalhaven fires were lit between July and September last year, with Kempsey recording 27 deliberately lit fires, NSW Bureau of Crime and Statistics and […]

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