• Christopher Booker: In Paris, Panic Over Global Warming Finally Collides With Reality

    • Date: 12/12/15
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph

    Face the facts: there is no way the world as a whole is going to reduce its greenhouse gas emission As the mammoth Paris conference ran well into overtime, it was already clear that, in the battle “to save the world from global warming”, we have at last reached a historic turning point. The aim […]

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  • Owen Paterson: Why Britain Should Scrap The Climate Change Act

    • Date: 12/12/15
    • Owen Paterson, The Daily Telegraph

    “In the wake of the non-committal Paris climate talks we need to make sure we decouple energy policy from climate change policy” As it reaches its conclusion – without having come to any conclusions – it’s probably worth asking: what was the point of the Paris Climate Change summit? Ostensibly the politicians and officials met […]

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  • Shikha Dalmia: Why Any Paris Climate Agreement Will Be Worthless

    • Date: 08/12/15
    • Shikha Dalmia, The Week

    The Paris climate change talks underway right now are being billed as humanity’s last chance to save the world from catastrophic warming. If that’s the case, then the world is surely doomed. That’s because not a single major polluter has offered anything resembling an adequate plan to slash emissions. In fact, literally every country is […]

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  • Christopher Booker: Farewell To The Man Who Invented ‘Climate Change’

    • Date: 06/12/15
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph

    To this day, global climate policy is still shaped by the agenda of Maurice Strong, a Canadian multimillionaire Maurice Strong: he established the UN’s environmental agenda (Canadian Press/AP) A very odd thing happened last weekend. The death was announced of the man who, in the past 40 years, has arguably been more influential on global […]

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  • Quentin Letts: An Apology To The BBC Journos Who, Thanks To Me, Are Being Sent Away For Re-Education

    • Date: 05/12/15
    • Quentin Letts, The Spectator

    First, an apology. Thanks to me, all journalists at BBC Radio’s ethics and religion division are being sent for indoctrination in climate change. Sorry. In July I made a short Radio 4 programme with them called What’s the Point of the Met Office?, which accidentally sent orthodox warmists into a boiling tizzy. Amid jolly stuff […]

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  • Patricia Adams: China’s Climate Power Game

    • Date: 02/12/15
    • Patricia Adams, Financial Post

    China’s Communist party won’t curb the country’s CO2 emissions – doing so could lead to their overthrow For President Obama to make good on his promise to stop the oceans from rising, he needs China’s Communist Party to agree to curb its CO2 emissions at the UN’s Climate Conference in Paris. This it will never […]

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  • Is Climate Change Really To Blame For Syria’s Civil War?

    • Date: 30/11/15
    • Jan Selby and Mike Hulme, The Guardian

    Prince Charles is the latest high-profile figure to echo claims that ‘securitise’ the conflict. But the evidence just doesn’t stack up Has the Syrian civil war partly caused by climate change? Prince Charles, for one, seems to think so. “There is very good evidence indeed that one of the major reasons for this horror in Syria […]

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  • Ridley & Peiser: Your Complete Guide To The Paris Climate Summit

    • Date: 28/11/15
    • Matt Ridley & Benny Peiser, The Wall Street Journal

    At the Paris conference, expect an agreement that is sufficiently vague and noncommittal for all countries to claim victory. In February President Obama said, a little carelessly, that climate change is a greater threat than terrorism. Next week he will be in Paris, a city terrorized yet again by mass murderers, for a summit with […]

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