• Heeding The Political Lessons Of Glaciergate

    • Date: 21/01/10

    As we have noted before, that is fair enough so long as the shortcomings are recognised by policy-makers. But politicians prefer certainties – not caveats – when they make the case for action on climate change to voters. The real lesson is that our political leaders must continue to question, probe and analyse the evidence […]

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  • West Uses Climate Alarmism To Flog India

    • Date: 21/01/10

    and pseudo-science, to put pressure on India to take stronger action on climate change or to put greater responsibility for the climate crisis on it. One of the earliest cases of scientific manipulation that caused furore was when the US Environment Protection Agency tried to pass the blame of climate change to poorer countries like […]

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  • John Kemp: Massachusetts Election Kills Cap-And-Trade

    • Date: 20/01/10

    With no chance of U.S. action in the short term, emerging markets such as China and India are under no pressure to accept mandatory emissions reduction targets. If climate legislation is eventually revived in the United States, in 2011 or beyond, it may come back in the form of a carbon tax rather than a permit […]

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  • John Walsh: Met Office Deserves To Be Shown The Door

    • Date: 19/01/10

    God, how embarrassing. The Met Office is on the verge of being dumped by the BBC, because it keeps getting forecasts – especially long-term ones – wrong. Worse, its place as the supplier of TV forecasts to the nation may be usurped by Metra, a New Zealand operation. The Independent, 19 January 2010

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    • Date: 16/01/10

    House of Lords, 14 January 2010: My Lords, I also thank the noble Lord, Lord Stone, for the opportunity to discuss the Copenhagen conference. Personally, I am not sure whether its failure was a disaster for the future of the planet or a fortunate rescue from dangerous commitments. Time will tell. I want to focus […]

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  • Benny Peiser: Copenhagen And The Demise Of Green Utopia

    • Date: 14/01/10
    • Benny Peiser, Die Weltwoche 23 December 2009

    Die Weltwoche, 23 Dezember 2009: The failure of the UN climate summit in Copenhagen is a historical watershed that marks the beginning of the end of climate hysteria. Not only does it epitomise the failure of the EU’s environmental policy, it also symbolises the loss of Western dominance. The failure of the climate summit was not […]

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  • The Political Climate Is Changing

    • Date: 12/01/10

    Add to this that Washington was buried by record-breaking snowfalls last month, that hurricane activity is at a 30-year low in the U.S., that London is bracing itself for its coldest winter in decades, and that there has still been no recorded global warming this century, and it is no wonder public skepticism is rising […]

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  • California Cap-and-Trade Revolt

    • Date: 11/01/10

    The stakes here are huge, and not merely for California. This is the first serious effort to roll back the environmental extremism that has dominated state capitals in recent years and is now ascendant on Capitol Hill. The green lobbies and businesses that have a monetary stake in cap and trade—including big utilities that want […]

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