• WSJ: Pruitt Drowns In The Swamp

    • Date: 06/07/18
    • Editorial, The Wall Street Journal

    Chalk one up for the swamp. The permanent progressive state finally ran Scott Pruitt out of the Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday, and the tragedy is that Mr. Pruitt gave his enemies so much ammunition. President Trump announced on Twitter Thursday afternoon that he had accepted Mr. Pruitt’s resignation. Mr. Pruitt cited the “unrelenting attacks on me […]

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  • Mikko Paunio: This Philosopher Of Waste Hasn’t Done His Homework

    • Date: 05/07/18
    • Mikko Paunio

    Peter Jones, a waste management consultant, has launched a strange attack on my GWPF report “Save the Oceans – Stop Recycling Plastic”. There are indications in Jones’ analysis of my text that he has not thought through his response. On me Jones elaborates the strange idea that I am part of some kind of Brexit conspiracy dreamt […]

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  • Kelly McParland: The Climate Religion Seems Set For A Crisis

    • Date: 04/07/18
    • Kelly McParland, National Post

    It’s hard to keep the flock under control if the high priests can’t be trusted. When the priesthood is discredited, the religion itself suffers. Jerry Brown was castigating the current resident of the White House the other day for his attitude towards climate change. “I don’t think President Trump has a fear of the Lord, the fear […]

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  • Tony Abbott: Time For Australia To Pull Out Of Paris

    • Date: 03/07/18
    • The Hon Tony Abbott MP

    2018 Bob Carter Commemorative Lecture — Australian Environment Foundation, 3 July 2018 It takes character to do what’s right and it takes courage to disagree with your peers. On this score, Bob Carter was a good and brave man whose memory we should honour and whose example we should strive to emulate. As Professor Carter found, […]

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  • Roger Pielke Jr: Opening Up the Climate Policy Envelope

    • Date: 03/07/18
    • Roger Pielke Jr., Issues in Science and Technology

    Policy action is required to mitigate and adapt to human-caused climate change, but current efforts to develop a global climate policy cannot fly. What the world’s leaders have been able to agree on will not prevent the steady increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and the risks of climate disruption that will result. For an aircraft to fly it […]

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  • WSJ: A Climate Shakedown Flops

    • Date: 30/06/18
    • Editorial, The Wall Street Journal

    A federal judge tosses the left coast’s suit against fossil fuels. The first wave of lawsuits to make oil companies atone for their alleged climate sins was beaten back this week by federal Judge William Alsup. One hope is that this victory for judicial sanity will stop the tide of litigation from spreading across the […]

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  • Mikko Paunio: Save The Oceans – Stop Recycling Plastic

    • Date: 28/06/18
    • Mikko Paunio

    The title may sound odd to ordinary people, but the sad fact is that the global “recycling” industry has significantly added to the marine plastic litter problem. I have put recycling in quotes, because only a small fraction of plastic recovered from consumers is actually recycled: the material collected is dirty and so mixed up […]

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  • Heating Homes, Not Going Green, is What Really Matters

    • Date: 25/06/18
    • Harry Wilkinson, The Conservative Woman

    Green virtue-signalling has made a comeback at the top of government. The era of ‘let’s cut the green crap’ is over, and a new age is being heralded by some increasingly absurd and hubristic new policies. These include banning cars that actually work and reducing CO2 emissions to zero. All no doubt giving ministers a […]

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