• The Climategate Papers

    • Date: 19/12/09

    National Post: Now that the Copenhagen political games are out of the way, marked as a failure by any realistic standard, it may be time to move on to the science games. To get the post-Copenhagen science review underway, the world has a fine document at hand: The Climategate Papers. On Nov. 17, three weeks […]

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  • Peter Lilley: Global Warming as Groupthink

    • Date: 18/12/09

    The Wall Street Journal: It is easy to mock the thousands of activists, officials and ministers flying to Copenhagen in their jets, driving around in an immense fleet of limousines, and collectively emitting more carbon dioxide than a small African country—all to force the rest of us to reduce our carbon footprints. But it is […]

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  • Battle for climate data approaches tipping point

    • Date: 17/12/09

    New Scientist: IGNORE the unwarranted claims that hacked emails from the University of East Anglia (UEA) in the UK expose human-made climate change as a conspiracy. Away from those headlines, an equally intense battle is taking place over access to the data showing global warming is real. It reached a peak earlier this year, when […]

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  • Concern Over Global Warming Cools

    • Date: 15/12/09

    Ad Week: Even as this month’s Copenhagen conference generates front-page headlines, polls show Americans’ concern about global warming is tepid. If marketers wish to tap into consumers’ green sentiment — of which there is plenty — survey data and some expert opinion give reason to think a focus on global warming will be a tough […]

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  • Samuel Brittan: Why we must dare to debate

    • Date: 14/12/09

    The Spectator:  I have no expertise on the subject of global warming; nor do I have a strong view about it. But I do know attempted thought control and hostility to free speech when I see it; and I find all these unlovely phenomena present among all too many of the enthusiasts for climate action. […]

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  • Indian farmers adapt to shifting weather patterns

    • Date: 13/12/09

    Reuters: As global leaders and top scientists in Copenhagen debate how to deal with climate change, farmers in flood-prone areas of northern India are taking it into their own hands to adapt to shifts in the weather. For decades, people of Uttar Pradesh, whose population is more than half that of the United States, have […]

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  • Don’t let West carry carbon burden, urge EU firms

    • Date: 12/12/09

    The Sunday Times: Business leaders at the United Nations climate-change summit in Copenhagen are pushing European nations not to bow to pressure from developing nations to increase targets for greenhouse-gas cuts. Executives at the summit say firms will be left at a competitive disadvantage if the European Union forces industry to slash emissions while competitors […]

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  • Lord Turnbull Questions UK Climate Policy In The House Of Lords

    • Date: 10/12/09

    House of Lords, 8 December 2009: Lord Turnbull: My Lords, on first reading the Committee on Climate Change’s latest progress report, I found it an impressive document. It was broad in scope and very detailed. But the more I dug into it the more troubled I became. Below the surface there are serious questions about […]

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