• African Needs and Anti-Human Greens

    • Date: 16/12/19
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF

    Environmentalists celebrate a setback in Africa’s fight against ill health and malnutrition Who has the biggest electricity bill in Scotland? The answer is, somewhat surprisingly, Scottish Water. While we think of manufacturing industry as having the biggest demand for power, it turns out that pumping water from one place to another, and through the different […]

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  • Andrew Montford: Alarmism No More

    • Date: 10/12/19
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF

    The scaremongers’ favourite doomsday climate scenario is in trouble. Environmental correspondents make a good living from scare stories. In the case of the BBC’s Matt McGrath, doubly so: as well as his BBC salary, he was recently the recipient of a €100,000 award from the green blob for his work. A prize “pour encourager les […]

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  • A Brilliant Lesson For Greta Thunberg By Fellow Teenager Lauren Jeffrey

    • Date: 05/12/19
    • Lauren Jeffrey

    Climate change is real, and it may well become more problematic in the future, but misrepresenting the science and terrifying children and young people is not the way to face the issues.

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  • Requiem For A Climate Dream

    • Date: 04/12/19
    • Holman W. Jenkins, The Wall Street Journal

    If the world isn’t slashing CO2, blame overreaction to the Fukushima disaster. Rigor could be restored to mainstream climate journalism with a single clause. That clause consists of the words “if climate models are accurate.” A United Nations study issued in advance of this week’s climate summit in Madrid would appear in a different light, […]

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  • Sherelle Jacobs: The UN’s ‘Woke’ Climate Propaganda Is An Insult To Science

    • Date: 03/12/19
    • Sherelle Jacobs, The Daily Telegraph

    I was always a ‘middle-grounder’, rather than a ‘denier’ – until I discovered the extent of the dishonesty The climate change “emergency” is fake news. Many will roll their eyes in exasperation at the conspiratorial bombastry of yet another “denier”. But for years I have been a plastic recycling, polar bear cooing middle-grounder. In fact, Aristotle would probably turn in his grave […]

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  • Charles Moore: Biased Broadcasters Need To Be Cut Down In Size

    • Date: 30/11/19
    • Charles Moore, The Daily Telegraph

    Time to put down the mighty from their seats, or rather, sets. Let this be the last election where the telly conspires to affect the result. A general election is the only time when we the people can decide who should govern us. It follows that the only entities which matter during an election campaign […]

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  • Mikko Paunio: The Lancet Countdown Report Is Dangerous Nonsense

    • Date: 25/11/19
    • Mikko Paunio, MD, MHS adjunct professor in epidemiology at the University of Helsinki

    The mainstream media has – again – promoted a nonsensical anti-development agenda Introduction Almost all Finnish newspapers and TV and radio channels recently told readers, viewers and listeners that a child born today will suffer enormously because of manmade climate change unless political action is taken. Their claims are based on a report from the […]

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  • The Tories Should Not Have Signed Up To Corbyn’s Alarmist Climate ‘Emergency’

    • Date: 23/11/19
    • Charles Moore, The Daily Telegraph

    Just now, politicians think there are lots of votes in green panic. They will learn too late that they are exaggerating. You have already been told that Jeremy Corbyn’s new Labour general election manifesto closely resembles Michael Foot’s manifesto of 1983, when Labour crashed to its biggest-ever postwar defeat. You have been told right. Mr Corbyn, […]

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