• Green Suicide: China And India Will Watch The West Destroy Itself

    • Date: 17/07/19
    • Todd Royal, Eurasia Review

    China and India will allow the west – led by the United States (US) and European Union (EU) – to destroy themselves through dysfunctional, domestic, and continent-wide politics. This isn’t a Donald Trump or EU issue, but electorates having a vague understanding of how societies function, particularly, when it comes to energy. The “Green New Deal” […]

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  • Consistent Failure of Apocalyptic Predictions Hasn’t Stopped Climate Alarmism

    • Date: 14/07/19
    • Nicolas Loris, CNS News

    In the 1970s, Americans were told we were in a global cooling crisis and if something wasn’t done, we’d enter a new ice age. When that didn’t happen, a few decades later we were told that entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth by rising sea levels if the global warming […]

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  • Let’s Stand Up to David Attenborough and the Neo-Malthusians Who Want to Control Our Lives

    • Date: 11/07/19
    • Matt Kilcoyne, The Telegraph

    Attenborough and his ilk give a reasonable veneer to authoritarian and impractical ideas For someone who purports to be a national treasure, Sir David Attenborough’s select committee performance yesterday was more of a national disgrace. He should be applauded for educating millions about the natural world, yet he now wants to control our lives, cut down our […]

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  • Climate Catastrophising Risks Shutting Down Vital Debate

    • Date: 09/07/19
    • Chris Bullivant, City A.M.

    In April, the cry of climate catastrophe seized the political agenda. A trinity of David Attenborough documentaries, Greta Thunberg-inspired school strikes, and Extinction Rebellion protests took over both traditional and social media. It was the only subject driving the zombie government’s agenda forward when, Trump-like, environment secretary Michael Gove watched Blue Planet 2 and tweeted […]

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  • How The Media Corrupted Climate Policy

    • Date: 07/07/19
    • Holman W. Jenkins, Jr., The Wall Street Journal

    The US administration is right: Worst-case scenarios shouldn’t dominate the debate It’s hard to credit people who say they care about climate change when they don’t bother to know anything about the subject. Or when they applaud proposals that would be extraordinarily expensive yet have no effect on the alleged problem and can only teach […]

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  • Ruth Lea: Kyoto, Paris & A Total Failure To Cut CO2

    • Date: 06/07/19
    • Ruth Lea, The Conservative Woman

    Like its precursor, the Paris Agreement’s objective of ‘combating climate change’ is doomed to failure. In a recent note for The Conservative Woman, I described the UK’s all-but unilateral zero emissions target as ‘futile gesture politics’. In this piece I discuss the main international (UN) initiatives to ‘control’ climate change by curbing CO2 emissions, concluding that […]

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  • Australia’s Most Eminent Historian Challenges Climate Change Orthodoxy

    • Date: 05/07/19
    • The Sydney Morning Herald

    Australia’s best-known historian, Professor Geoffrey Blainey, has challenged the idea that the current level of climate change is either unique or largely the result of human behaviour. While agreeing the Earth was experiencing a warming period which had been under way for several decades, he said this in no way compared with much greater climate […]

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  • This Immoral Policy to Put Green Energy Before the World’s Poorest People

    • Date: 03/07/19
    • Harry Wilkinson, The Conservative Woman

    Food, health, transport, energy, life itself: supported only if to do so helps ‘tackle climate change’. Is there a more heartless and counterproductive attitude? In the last wretched days of her premiership, Theresa May has announced her worst policy yet. No, I am not talking about her decision to rush through a £1trillion ‘Net Zero’ […]

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