• Christopher Booker: The Truth About China’s & India’s Coal Boom

    • Date: 07/10/18
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph

    China and India have never had any intention of reducing their dependence on coal, as they had both made abundantly clear in documents each country submitted before the Paris agreement, where China said it planned to double its CO2 emissions by 2030, and India that it would treble them The BBC and The Guardian recently reported on […]

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  • Goldstein: Carbon Taxes For Dummies

    • Date: 27/09/18
    • Lorrie Goldstein, The Province

    Given the amount of misinformation being generated by politicians, pollsters, pundits, think tanks and others about carbon taxes, let’s discuss what’s true and what isn’t. 1: A carbon tax raises taxes. True. You would think this would be obvious but apparently not. A carbon tax is a new tax charged by governments that for the […]

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  • Computer Climate Simulations Just Crashed

    • Date: 18/09/18
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF

    Ross McKitrick and John Christy have an important new paper out in Earth and Space Science. This is the latest fusillade in the long battle over whether the climate simulations that lie behind demands for decarbonisation and other political action actually amount to nothing but a hill of beans (as they say on the other […]

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  • Paul Driessen: Keep Carbon Taxes In The Ground

    • Date: 17/09/18
    • Paul Driessen, Townhall

    The House of Representatives recently passed a sense of Congress resolution that a carbon tax would kill jobs, damage the revitalized U.S. economy, and disproportionately impact poor, minority and working class families. The vote also reflects the fact that America is still over 80% dependent on fossil fuels – and helps explain why a misguided Carlos Curbelo […]

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  • Japan: From Climate Leader To Coal Leader As Energy Security Tops Agenda

    • Date: 14/09/18
    • Michiyo Morisawa, Nikkei Asian Review

    It is strange that a population so careful about their local environment, willing to help reduce local factory pollution and clear up sports stadiums can seem somewhat uninterested in doing much about climate change. In 1997, Japan was at the forefront of climate action. The birthplace of the Kyoto Protocol, an international agreement committing countries […]

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  • Fracking Helped Make The US The World’s Oil King

    • Date: 13/09/18
    • The New York Post

    Move over, Russia — and Saudi Arabia, too: The United States is now the world’s largest producer of crude oil. “US crude-oil production exceeded that of Saudi Arabia for the first time in more than two decades,” the US Energy Information Administration reported Tuesday. “In June and August, the United States surpassed Russia in crude-oil […]

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  • Will Climate Obsession Bring Down Australia’s Liberal Party?

    • Date: 10/09/18
    • Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun

    Scott Morrison and Josh Frydenberg are giving a lot of no-but-yes waffle. No, they won’t cut emissions rather than cut electricity prices, but, yes, they want emission targets and will stick with the Paris Agreement. No, the Paris Agreement emissions targets don’t cost us, but, yes, Labor’s targets will. No, Energy Minister Angus Taylor says he won’t back […]

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  • Paris Pack Of Cards Face Collapse

    • Date: 08/09/18
    • Clark Cross, The Conservative Woman

    The usual mantra of the climate-change alarmists  is ‘time is running out to save the planet’. Well, I am pleased to adapt this to ‘time is running out to save the Paris Agreement’. The cosy consensus, if there ever was one, on reducing greenhouse gases is falling apart. Australia’s new energy minister, Angus Taylor, has made […]

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