• Roger Pielke Jr.: Opening Up the Climate Policy Envelope

    • Date: 03/08/18
    • Roger Pielke Jr., Issues in Science and Technology

    Fudged assumptions about the future are hampering efforts to deal with climate change in the present. It’s time to get real. Policy action is required to mitigate and adapt to human-caused climate change, but current efforts to develop a global climate policy cannot fly. What the world’s leaders have been able to agree on will […]

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  • Canadians Don’t Want Liberals’ Carbon Tax Forced On Them

    • Date: 02/08/18
    • Mark Bonokoski, Toronto Sun

    Ottawa has no right to play dictator when it comes to environmental policy. When Ontario Premier Doug Ford blew up any thoughts of his province joining in on the Trudeau Liberals’ carbon-tax cash grab, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna all but blew a gasket. How dare Ford not want to save the world? she undoubtedly thought, […]

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  • Benny Peiser: Warmer Weather Is A Lifesaver

    • Date: 31/07/18
    • Benny Peiser, The Conservative Woman

    As temperatures drop and rain clouds return, millions of UK holidaymakers will look back on the summer of 2018 as one of the best they can remember. While most Britons and overseas visitors have greatly enjoyed the sustained sunshine in recent weeks, some are alarmed that it may have been caused by climate change and […]

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  • When We Burn More Rubbish Than We Recycle, It’s Time to Celebrate

    • Date: 30/07/18
    • Harry Wilkinson, The Conservative Woman

    The Daily Mail ran a typically theatrical story earlier this month about the supposed dangers of new incineration facilities. It warned that Britain is on the verge of burning more waste than it recycles for the first time. There is no reason to be alarmed. Indeed, this is a day we should look forward to […]

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  • Why Hasn’t The California Heat Wave Sparked The Usual Global Warming Hysteria?

    • Date: 29/07/18
    • Editorial, Investor's Business Daily

    Perhaps the mainstream media have come to the realization that after decades of end-of-the-world predictions and oversaturation coverage, during which time global temperatures have barely budged, the public has stopped paying attention. This week, the southwest was hit with an earth-scorching heat wave, with temperatures well above 100 in some areas. Normally that would cause […]

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  • You Don’t Have to Be a Climate Skeptic to Oppose a Carbon Tax

    • Date: 29/07/18
    • Marlo Lewis, CEI

    A carbon tax is bad policy even if we assume the correctness of the IPCC’s climate sensitivity estimates and Obama-era EPA climate policy modeling. In an op-ed published yesterday by CNS News, I explain why a carbon tax is not a conservative policy. The occasion for the piece is the debate stirred up by Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-FL), who […]

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  • All Of These Climate Change Lawsuits Will Be Thrown Out

    • Date: 28/07/18
    • Steve Goreham, The Daily Caller

    All of these climate suits are likely to be thrown out. As Judge Alsup noted in his opinion, “No plaintiff has ever succeeded in bringing a nuisance claim based on global warming.” All district or appellate courts are likely to eventually rule that climate change issues are to be decided by the federal government, not state and […]

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  • Janet Street-Porter: The Nanny-State Panic Over Britain’s Heatwave

    • Date: 27/07/18
    • Janet Street-Porter, MailOnline

    The unusual weather in the UK has been in sync with my digestive system. Following a knee replacement operation sixteen days ago, a great many painkillers and bed rest I have been suffering from chronic constipation. At the same time as my system went into lockdown, Britain became the hottest place in Europe, the World, who knows. […]

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