• Raleigh Chopper

    • Date: 12/05/17
    • Andrew Montford

    Yesterday, Clionadh Raleigh, an conflict expert from the University of Sussex, gave an extraordinary talk at the Oxford Martin School. In it, she took a fairly hefty axe to the idea that a link between climate and conflict has been demonstrated, although she saved the real fireworks for the Q&A session at the end. The whole presentation […]

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  • The Wall Street Journal Makes The Case For Pulling Out Of Obama’s Paris Deal

    • Date: 10/05/17
    • Editorial, The Wall Street Journal

    We Shouldn’t Always Have Paris President Trump is expected as soon as next week to order the Environmental Protection Agency to rescind its Clean Power rule that is blocked by the courts. But the President faces another test of political fortitude on whether to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord. That’s suddenly uncertain. […]

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  • Bring Back Free Market Environmentalism

    • Date: 09/05/17
    • Lindsay Marchello, RealClearPolitics

    “Property rights make the environment an asset rather than a liability by giving owners an incentive for stewardship…markets and the exchange process allow people with different priorities regarding the use of natural resources to cooperate rather than fight.” With rallying cries to continue funding scientific research and pursue eco-friendly policies, environmentalists are leading the charge […]

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  • Are Microbiologists Climate-Denying Science Haters?

    • Date: 06/05/17
    • Alex Berezow, American Council On Science and Health

    Recently, I gave a seminar on “fake news” to professors and grad students at a large public university. Early in my talk, I polled the audience: “How many of you believe climate change is the world’s #1 threat?” Silence. Not a single person raised his or her hand. Was I speaking in front of a […]

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  • Jonah Goldberg: The Left Took the Bait on Bret Stephens

    • Date: 03/05/17
    • Jonah Goldberg, National Review

    His first New York Times column exposed the sanctimonious condescension of the self-appointed defenders of the planet. The last weekend of April delivered one of the more enjoyable spectacles of 2017. It wasn’t Donald Trump’s tent-revival rally in Pennsylvania. Nor was it the cotillion of self-congratulation known as the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. It wasn’t […]

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  • Climate Of Hysteria And The Death Of Civil Discourse

    • Date: 01/05/17
    • Joe Concha, The Hill

    The New York Times’s Bret Stephens might be the most hated man in America right now. His crime? Actually being pragmatic on the debate around climate change, while avoiding being blinded by partisanship by playing strictly to one side. The backlash against Stephens, a former Wall Street Journal conservative columnist and proud #NeverTrump member who recently signed on […]

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  • Brexit Britain Can’t Thrive Without Cheap Energy. We Need A Bonfire Of Green Regulations

    • Date: 28/04/17
    • Charles Moore, The Daily Telegraph

    The Climate Change Act predicted ever-increasing price rises of oil and gas, making renewables look good. The opposite has happened: oil and gas prices have almost halved since 2014, yet our bills keep going up. In October 2008, the House of Commons passed the Climate Change Act. It was snowing – the first October snow […]

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  • A Climate Hysteric’s Fake Enemies List

    • Date: 28/04/17
    • Steven J. Allen, The Wall Steet Journal

    Who really has the power in the climate-change debate? In a widely cited 2014 study, the sociologist Robert Brulle purportedly exposed a network of nonprofit groups executing “a deliberate and organized effort to misdirect the public discussion and distort the public’s understanding of climate change.” He provided scant evidence of the public’s ignorance but lots of […]

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