• Charles Moore: Tories Can Be Green, But Michael Gove Must Avoid Being Captured By The Green Blob

    • Date: 06/01/18
    • Charles Moore, The Daily Telegraph

    Can a conservative be an environmentalist, and win? I don’t know, but the only one with a chance is Michael Gove. Can a conservative be an environmentalist? Of course. A conservative wishes to conserve. Such a person has a strong attachment to place. For such a person, the relationship between the past, the present and […]

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  • Terence Corcoran: The Population Bombers Keep On Bombing — And 50 Years On They Keep Getting It Wrong

    • Date: 03/01/18
    • Terence Corcoran, Financial Post

    Half a century after publication of The Population Bomb, the world is healthier, better fed, less poor, better entertained and generally living fuller lives. In this year 2018, the end is not near. The only people in need of downsizing are the predictors of doom and other purveyors of science fiction. It’s 2018, and the end […]

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  • Neil Oliver: I’m Dreaming Of A Lustrous Mini Ice Age To Give Us A Global Warming Time Out

    • Date: 01/01/18
    • Neil Oliver, The Times

    A new ice age to look forward to? Can it be true? This is the best news I have heard all year (sic). I was half awake during the night this week, listening to the radio when the news item came on. I thought at first I was dreaming, but no. It turns out scientists […]

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  • Christopher Booker: No, Wind Power Is Not The Cheapest Form Of Energy

    • Date: 31/12/17
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph

    A weird propaganda blitz, widely publicised again last week, is trying to persuade us that the cost of power from wind farms has been “tumbling” so fast that wind has now replaced coal as our “cheapest” source of electricity. This began in October when Greenpeace and various wind companies plastered Westminster Underground station, the one […]

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  • Memo To Climate Scientists: It’s Capitalism That Will Save The World

    • Date: 29/12/17
    • Harry Wilkinson, The Conservative Woman

    Looking at the vexed issue of climate change as a matter of ‘science’ alone is a mistake. Environmental policy has been constructed on an anti-capitalist basis which views the free market to be essentially destructive. This flawed perspective has had terrible consequences for both people and the environment.   The fashionable view has been that […]

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  • WSJ: Washington’s Carbon Overreach

    • Date: 28/12/17
    • Editorial, The Wall Street Journal

    Another rebuke to climate change rule by executive diktat. Washington Governor Jay Inslee calls climate change an “existential threat,” and he has channeled President Obama in using executive powers to impose his policy response. But like Mr. Obama he suffered a major blow this month when a Washington court ruled that he exceeded his authority […]

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  • Ross McKitrick: Revisiting the EPA Endangerment Finding

    • Date: 16/12/17
    • Ross McKitrick, National Review

    Obama’s EPA used semantic tricks to avoid rigorous scientific evaluation. Is Trump’s EPA more honest? Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt is mulling over how, or whether, to respond to demands from climate skeptics that he reexamine the science that obligates the EPA to issue costly carbon-emission regulations. While he has recently acknowledged that agency […]

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  • Global Agricultural Boom: A Million Thanks to Climate Change

    • Date: 14/12/17
    • Vijay Jayaraj, The Patriot Post

    Global cereal (grain) production has reached record levels in 2017. Credit for the increase usually goes to agrochemicals and other advanced agricultural technology. However, there are two other key contributors — carbon dioxide and climate change. World cereal production for 2017 is projected to reach 2,613.3 million tons, 5.8 million tons above 2016’s level and nearly one-fourth […]

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