• Keith Dawson: CO2 Is A Benefit Rather Than A Climate Killer

    • Date: 17/03/16
    • Keith P Dawson, The Scotsman

    DON’T believe computer prophets of doom, writes Dr Keith P Dawson, vice President at the Scottish Society of Crop Research Last month’s major scientific breakthrough was rightly lauded; Einstein’s century-old gravitational wave theories proved correct. How will we view current theoretical climate science in 2100? Will there be global headlines confirming validity or a consigning […]

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  • Simon Watkins: Britain’s Energy Policy Is Going Up In Smoke

    • Date: 13/03/16
    • Simon Watkins, Mail on Sunday

    The Chancellor is facing the usual litany of demands from business ahead of this week’s Budget, but there is one issue which is probably of greater significance for the future of the British economy that any other – energy. This country’s energy policy is a shambles. The cases of Hinkley Point nuclear power plant and […]

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  • America’s New Inquisition: U.S. Attorney General Lynch Looks Into Prosecuting ‘Climate Change Deniers’

    • Date: 11/03/16
    • Hans von Spakovsky, The Daily Signal

    In news that should shock and anger Americans, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that not only has she discussed internally the possibility of pursuing civil actions against so-called “climate change deniers,” but she has “referred it to the FBI to consider whether or not it meets the criteria […]

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  • Jeremy Warner: Britain’s Self-Destructive Energy Mess

    • Date: 10/03/16
    • Jeremy Warner, The Daily Telegraph

    Energy policy in Britain has been a self-destructive mess for as long as I can remember, and by the look of it, things may be about to get messier still. The resignation of Thomas Piquemal as chief financial officer at EDF has been widely depicted as another, potentially fatal, blow for the planned Hinkley Point […]

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  • Matt Ridley: Let’s Kill Off This Nuclear White Elephant

    • Date: 07/03/16
    • Matt Ridley, The Times

    EDF can’t afford to build Hinkley Point and Britain can’t afford to pay for it. There are better options elsewhere Last week the British and French governments announced that they remained confident that the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station in Somerset will be built. But EDF, the company that wishes to build it, declined […]

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  • Christopher Booker: Energy Bribes Betray Amber Rudd’s Desperation

    • Date: 05/03/16
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph

    The slow-motion train crash of Britain’s energy policy gets nearer to the abyss with every week that passes. Consider a few facts. On the windless afternoon of February 25, the contribution being made to keeping our lights on by our 6,600 absurdly subsidised wind turbines was less than 0.4 per cent – four-thousandths of all […]

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  • Editorial: The Doctored Science Of Global Warming

    • Date: 04/03/16
    • Editorial, The Washington Times

    Science must be free from pressure to validate political goals. If findings and measurements are altered to serve a political agenda, the findings are flawed. It’s called fraud, and should be punished. Pure science undertaken for science’s own sake is as rare as a rainbow. It’s certainly scarce in Washington, where the quest for knowledge […]

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  • Melanie Phillips: Science Is Turning Back To The Dark Ages

    • Date: 04/03/16
    • Melanie Phillips , The Times

    Overplaying the threat to coral reefs is just the latest example of ideology distorting research According to a new study, scientists’ claims that coral reefs are doomed by ocean acidification are overplayed. An “inherent bias” in scientific journals, says the editor of ICES Journal of Marine Science, has excluded research showing marine creatures are not […]

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