• Kimberley Strassel: Donald Trump’s Environmental Reset

    • Date: 25/11/16
    • Kimberley A Strassel, The Wall Steet Journal

    Republicans look to liberate U.S. energy from destructive green regulations. Anti-Trump protests continue to swell across the country, but what best sums up the president-elect’s challenge was a Monday night tantrum barely noticed by the press. Climate activists in Washington, D.C., waited until dark, then beamed huge images onto the headquarters of the Environmental Protection […]

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  • Joseph Eule: Trump Should Let The Senate Kill The Paris Climate Agreement

    • Date: 24/11/16
    • Joseph Eule, National Review

    He could simply ignore it, but the smarter option is to send it to the Senate for a vote. Conservatives are giddy at the prospect of President Trump’s undoing much of President Obama’s agenda with “a pen and a phone.” Near the top of the list sits last year’s Paris Agreement on climate change. Trump […]

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  • Bjorn Lomborg: Trump’s Climate Plan Might Not Be So Bad After All

    • Date: 23/11/16
    • Bjorn Lomborg, Chicago Tribune

    The election of Donald Trump and Republican majorities in both houses of Congress have terrified environmentalists and climate campaigners, who have declared that the next four years will be a “disaster.” Fear is understandable. We have much to learn about the new administration’s plans. But what little we know offers some cause for hope. It should not […]

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  • Trump’s Triple Climate Mandate

    • Date: 21/11/16
    • Benny Peiser, Financial Post

    The election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States signals the beginning of the end of international climate alarmism. Trump’s victory has shaken the green movement to its core and will almost certainly lead to the Paris climate agreement’s unraveling. That conclusion, however, is not how most people at the uneventful […]

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  • Trump Is Dumping The Climate Fetish. What About Theresa May?

    • Date: 20/11/16
    • Dominic Lawson, The Sunday Times

    If Theresa May ever wanted to demonstrate real substance in her stated desire to represent the interests of “the just-managing ordinary workers” over the concerns of the “Westminster elite”, scrapping the Climate Change Act would hit the bullseye. Ask the Donald. The piercing call to prayer of the muezzin is a familiar sound to anyone […]

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  • Rep. Kevin Cramer: Reckless International Climate Politics May Kill UN Climate Treaty

    • Date: 18/11/16
    • Rep. Kevin Cramer, Real Clear Energy

    Diplomats should reflect on their role in helping the Obama White House create a possible worst-case scenario for the climate agenda. They were given fair notice from Republicans that the current President could not bind the United States to the Paris agreement without Senate approval. China’s warning against a U.S. withdrawal from the Paris accord […]

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  • Rupert Darwall: Climate Movement Faces Its Worst Crisis

    • Date: 18/11/16
    • Rupert Darwall, National Review Online

    Update: After filing the following report this morning from this year’s session of the U.N.’s annual climate meeting, the author went to attend the day’s “conference of the parties” as he had been doing all week, only to be arrested by armed U.N. police and detained for trying to gain entry with a blocked pass. His […]

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  • WSJ: Green Elites, Trumped

    • Date: 16/11/16
    • Holman W Jenkins Jr, The Wall Street Journal

    The planet will benefit if the climate movement is purged of its rottenness.     Hysterical, in both senses of the word, is the reaction of greens like Paul Krugman and the Sierra Club to last week’s election. “The planet is in danger,” fretted Tom Steyer, the California hedge funder who spends his billions trying to be popular with […]

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