• Jürgen Krönig: Climate Change: The Challenge For Social Democracy

    • Date: 02/03/10

    The Copenhagen fiasco combined with the crisis of credibility afflicting climate science offers progressives a vital opportunity to inject a much needed dose of realism into the politics of climate change. The adoption of a radical green agenda that will have large-scale detrimental effects on the poorer segments of our societies, while condemning millions in […]

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  • A Perfect Storm Is Brewing For The IPCC

    • Date: 28/02/10

    The emerging errors of the IPCC’s 2007 report are not incidental but fundamental, says Christopher Booker The news from sunny Bali that there is to be an international investigation into the conduct of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and its chairman Dr Rajendra Pachauri would have made front-page headlines a few weeks back. […]

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  • Paul Johnson: The Sickness Of The West

    • Date: 25/02/10

    The world is groaning beneath a mountain of debt, but that’s not the real problem. History shows repeatedly that debt can quickly be paid off once confidence is restored and men and women set to work with a will. But for that to happen we must have trust in those who lead us. Trust is […]

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  • More Science Fiction From The IPCC

    • Date: 25/02/10

    I’ve always thought the IPCC should be considered science fiction rather than science. Literally. Jack Vance, described this past summer in the New York Times Magazine as “the greatest living writer of science fiction and fantasy,” used the acronym IPCC in his futuristic Demon Princes novels to represent the Interworld Police Coordination Company — sort […]

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  • Tim Worstall: Saving The Earth Need Not Cost Us The Earth

    • Date: 24/02/10

    Can I come in from the cold now? Let me explain. I was one of the first sceptics about man-made global warming and endured pariah status as a result but suddenly my views are fashionable. The University of East Anglia’s climate science unit is at bay and claims that the Himalayan glaciers are disappearing have, […]

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  • George F. Will: Global Warming Advocates Ignore The Boulders

    • Date: 22/02/10

    Science, many scientists say, has been restored to her rightful throne because progressives have regained power. Progressives, say progressives, emulate the cool detachment of scientific discourse. So hear the calm, collected voice of a scientist lavishly honored by progressives, Rajendra Pachauri. He is chairman of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which […]

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  • Gordon Crovitz: Climate Change And Open Science

    • Date: 22/02/10

    ‘Unequivocal.” That’s quite a claim in this skeptical era, so it’s been enlightening to watch the unraveling of the absolute certainty of global warming caused by man. Now even authors of the 2007 United Nations report that “warming of the climate system is unequivocal” have backed off its key assumptions and dire warnings. Science is […]

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  • What The Weatherman Never Said

    • Date: 21/02/10

    As the roof continues to fall in on them, in an endless succession of scandals, the beleaguered defenders of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have at last managed to mount a riposte by coming up with a “scandal” of their own. Under the headline “fabricated quote used to discredit climate scientist”, The Independent […]

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