• Paris Climate Deal: Green Victory Or Trainwreck?

    • Date: 31/10/15
    • The American Interest

    They say the hallmark of a good compromise is a result that leaves nobody happy. In reality, all signs point towards an impending trainwreck. A total of 146 nations have submitted national plans to curb climate change ahead of this December’s summit in France, but the message out of the UN is something of a […]

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  • Editorial: Did NOAA Commit Climate Fraud? Public Has A Right To Know

    • Date: 29/10/15
    • Editorial, Investor's Business Daily

    Worried about climate fraud, Congress is investigating a federal agency for allegedly manipulating weather data to show recent global warming when there is none. So why is the agency refusing to cooperate? First, a little background: Satellite temperature readings clearly show no warming trend for the last 18 years, 8 months and counting. None. This […]

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  • Bernard Ingham: Steel Industry Is Another Victim Of Green Nonsense

    • Date: 28/10/15
    • Bernard Ingham, Yorkshire Post

    Our crackpot energy policy is scuppering British manufacturing. […] Labour relations have not been an issue at the beleaguered foreign-owned steel plants. Some might therefore wonder whether the British at work find foreign managers far more congenial than the Anglo-Saxon variety brought up in our still class-ridden society. But that ignores the impact of 30 […]

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  • Jim Sillars: UK Energy Policy Is A Grave Handicap To Ailing Steel Industry

    • Date: 26/10/15
    • Jim Sillars, The National

    I am not surprised that politicians want us to concentrate on China rather than their own role in the steel crisis. CHINA’S steel production and pricing on the world market is not something the UK Government can tackle on its own, given that “dumping” has a technical definition in world trade terminology, and can only […]

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  • Matt Ridley: The Myth of Basic Science

    • Date: 24/10/15
    • Matt Ridley, The Wall Street Journal

    There is less need for government to fund science: Industry will do this itself. [….] When you examine the history of innovation, you find, again and again, that scientific breakthroughs are the effect, not the cause, of technological change. It is no accident that astronomy blossomed in the wake of the age of exploration. The […]

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  • BIll Carmichael: Government Policy Killed British Steel

    • Date: 23/10/15
    • BIll Carmichael, Yorkshire Post

    The only surprising thing about the collapse of the UK steel industry is that anyone is the least bit surprised. As thousands of workers have been thrown out of work in Redcar, Scunthorpe, Lanarkshire and Oldbury in recent days, the cry has gone up blaming cheap Chinese imports and demanding that the Government “do something”. […]

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  • Matt Ridley: Now Here’s The Good News On Global Warming

    • Date: 19/10/15
    • Matt Ridley, The Times

    Activists may want to shut down debate, but evidence is growing that high CO2 levels boost crops and nourish the oceans France’s leading television weather forecaster, Philippe Verdier, was taken off air last week for writing that there are “positive consequences” of climate change. Freeman Dyson, professor emeritus of mathematical physics and astrophysics at the […]

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  • British Steel’s Green Death

    • Date: 19/10/15
    • Editorial, The Wall Street Journal

    Another 2,000 lost jobs are collateral damage in the war on carbon dioxide. Pin the blame on David Cameron’s climate policy. SSI Steelworks in Redcar. Photo: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire/Zuma Press Britain’s industrial heartland has been rocked by news that Thai steelmaker Sahaviriya Steel Industries, or SSI, will close its plant at Redcar in England within months. SSI is winding down […]

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