• Rupert Darwall: The Climate Mafia Rewrites Science History

    • Date: 13/10/15
    • Rupert Darwall, National Review

    An open society is one that not merely tolerates dissenting opinions but respects them.  Was ExxonMobil better at climate science than the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)? This is the bizarre position now being adopted by climate activists such as Harvard’s Naomi Oreskes and 350.org’s Bill McKibben. As early as 1977, Exxon researchers “knew that […]

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  • Indur Goklany: The Great Carbon Dioxide Boom

    • Date: 13/10/15
    • Indur Goklany, Financial Post

    On the eve of the UN climate summit in Paris, all delegates would be well advised to reflect on how the story of man-made global warming debate started. Svante Arrhenius, winner of the 1905 Nobel Prize, hypothesized over a century ago that increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide CO2 due to fossil fuel consumption would warm […]

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  • Freeman Dyson: Scientific Dogmatism Still Alive

    • Date: 12/10/15
    • Freeman Dyson FRS, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    Foreword to Indur Goklany’s new GWPF report Carbon Dioxide: The Good News Indur Goklany has done a careful job, collecting and documenting the evidence that carbon dioxide in the atmosphere does far more good than harm. To any unprejudiced person reading this account, the facts should be obvious: that the non-climatic effects of carbon dioxide as a sustainer […]

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  • Judges Plan To Outlaw Climate Change ‘Denial’

    • Date: 11/10/15
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph

    A semi-secret, international conference of top judges proposed to make illegal any opinion that contradicted climate change. We might think that a semi-secret, international conference of top judges, held in the highest courtroom in Britain, to propose that it should be made illegal for anyone to question the scientific evidence for man-made global warming, was […]

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  • Robin Guenier: Climate Change And The Rule of Law

    • Date: 10/10/15
    • Robin Guenier, The IPCC Report

    Some notes on a public lecture given in the United Kingdom Supreme Court on 17 September 2015 by Philippe Sands QC, Professor of Law, University College London. In his Introduction (PART I), Professor Sands describes how three years ago he didn’t favour a request for an Advisory Opinion from the International Court of Justice (ICJ) […]

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  • Peter Foster: Paris’s Scary Climate Agenda

    • Date: 07/10/15
    • Peter Foster, Financial Post

    In a speech last week, Pope Mark claimed that “climate change will threaten financial resilience and longer term prosperity.” But the primary threat comes not from climate change, but from climate change policy. Details of two international agreements were released on Monday. One, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which reduces trade barriers between 12 signatories, including Canada, […]

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  • The Global Warming Racket: Nice Work If You Can Get It

    • Date: 06/10/15
    • Kerry Jackson, Investor's Business Daily

    The global warming alarmist community has for years smeared skeptics by claiming that they are funded by Big Oil. Is that true? Did the oil companies buy allies? Unlikely. Many of us — probably all of us — came by our doubts that man is warming the planet through his carbon dioxide emissions on our […]

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  • Indian Government Succumbs To Western Climate Hysteria With Poor Plan

    • Date: 05/10/15
    • Sriram Ramakrishnan, Times of India

    It is very unfortunate that the Modi government has succumbed to bullying tactics of western climate propaganda machines and devised a plan which is impractical and difficult to implement. Reality will soon dawn and the rosy projections will be exposed for what they really are. Like Pachauri’s projections of a meltdown of Himalayan glaciers. Rajendra […]

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