• Venetians Rage At Flood-Defence Delay & Politicians

    • Date: 15/11/19
    • The Guardian

    City’s €6bn Mose barriers to protect against high tides unfinished after 15 years “We don’t know when we will reopen. Thank you, Mose!” reads the sign pinned to the door of Pasticceria Rizzardini, a small bakery and coffee shop in the San Polo area of Venice. Established in 1742, the shop has survived many floods; […]

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  • Climate Science Proves Scams Don’t Die of Exposure

    • Date: 15/11/19
    • Tony Thomas, Quadrant

    It’s the tenth anniversary next week of the 2009 Climategate email dump that exposed top climate scientists’ chicanery and subversion of science – and did so in their own words and out of their own mouths, or keyboards. I’ll list a few emails-of-infamy shortly, but first some background. For the three years before Climategate, the […]

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  • Surprise: 75% Of Countries May Not Meet Paris Climate Pledges

    • Date: 13/11/19
    • The Hindu

    The pledges to cut down carbon emissions given by three-fourths of countries, including India, are insufficient to meet the ambitious goal of keeping global warming below 1.5 degree Celsius above pre-industrial levels by 2030, according to a new report released last week. An analysis of the current commitments made by 184 countries to reduce emissions […]

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  • Climate Hysteria Flops: Global CO2 Emissions Rising Again And Won’t Peak Before 2040

    • Date: 13/11/19
    • Bloomberg

    LONDON (BLOOMBERG) – Global greenhouse-gas pollution rose for a second year, ending a lull in emissions and putting the world on track for further increases through 2040 unless governments take radical action. The findings in the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) annual report on energy paint a grim outlook for efforts to rein in climate change […]

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  • GWPF TV: Europe’s Green Fall

    • Date: 12/11/19
    • The Global Warming Policy Forum

    Europe’s climate polices are increasingly hurting ordinary people and harming the continent’s competitiveness. 

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  • African Leaders Say Their Need For Coal And Oil Outweighs Climate Concerns

    • Date: 08/11/19
    • Reuters

    “Anybody out of Africa saying we should not develop those fields is criminal.” CAPE TOWN/LONDON (Reuters) – A handful of protesters on the ground floor of the cavernous Cape Town International Convention Centre spread fake oil on the ground and chanted, demanding an end to fossil fuels. Two floors above, the hundreds of delegates at […]

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  • Paris Climate Fail: Populist Energy Revolts, Yawns From Emerging Nations

    • Date: 07/11/19
    • World Tribune

    The Paris climate agreement, which was enacted in 2015 with the goal of reduced global emissions, is “flat failing” amid backlash over higher taxes in nations implementing the agreement while major polluters such as China and India ignore it, analysts say. The Trump administration filed formal paperwork Monday to withdraw from the agreement, the first […]

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  • Paris Agreement At Risk As CO2 Emissions Rise & Political Unrest Spirals

    • Date: 06/11/19
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times

    The White House was roundly decried on the left for moving to cement the U.S. exit from the Paris agreement, but the sputtering 2015 climate accord has bigger problems than President Trump. Nearly four years after the advent of the international pact, only two of the 32 top-emitting countries — Morocco and the Gambia — have enacted […]

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