• As Polar Bear Numbers Continue To Increase, GWPF Calls For Re-assessment Of Endangered Species Status

    • Date: 27/02/17
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    On the occasion of International Polar Bear Day, the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) is calling on the U.S. Administration to re-assess the ‘endangered species’ status of polar bears.  On May 15, 2008, the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service listed the polar bear as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. The listing is based on […]

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  • Polar Bear Scare Unmasked: The Saga of a Toppled Global Warming Icon

    • Date: 27/02/17
    • Susan Crockford, GWPF TV

    Happy International Polar Bear Day! Thriving polar bear populations have exposed the hubris behind global warming’s most beloved icon. In 2005, international polar bear specialists decided that future sea ice loss due to human-caused global warming had replaced wanton over-hunting as the primary threat to polar bear survival. It was the first time that such future […]

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  • The Great Greenland Meltdown Con

    • Date: 26/02/17
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    Another day, another ludicrous Greenland meltdown scare story. From “Science”:  From a helicopter clattering over Greenland’s interior on a bright July day, the ice sheet below tells a tale of disintegration. Long, roughly parallel cracks score the surface, formed by water and pressure; impossibly blue lakes of meltwater fill depressions; and veiny networks of azure […]

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  • BBC: Most Scientists ‘Can’t Replicate Studies By Their Peers’

    • Date: 24/02/17
    • Tom Feilden, BBC News

    Science is facing a “reproducibility crisis” where more than two-thirds of researchers have tried and failed to reproduce another scientist’s experiments, research suggests. This is frustrating clinicians and drug developers who want solid foundations of pre-clinical research to build upon. From his lab at the University of Virginia’s Centre for Open Science, immunologist Dr Tim […]

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  • The Impacts of the Demand for Woody Biomass for Power and Heat on Climate and Forests

    • Date: 23/02/17
    • Duncan Brack, Chatham House

    Although most renewable energy policy frameworks treat biomass as carbon-neutral at the point of combustion, biomass emits more carbon per unit of energy than most fossil fuels. Although most renewable energy policy frameworks treat biomass as carbon-neutral at the point of combustion, biomass emits more carbon per unit of energy than most fossil fuels. Fuel […]

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  • New Paper: Computer Predictions Of Climate Alarm Are Flawed

    • Date: 21/02/17
    • GWPF Briefing Paper

    Claims that the planet is threatened by man-made global warming are based on science that is based on inadequate computer modelling. That is the conclusion of a new briefing paper published today by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF). The report’s author, eminent American climatologist Professor Judith Curry, explains that climate alarm depends on highly complex computer simulations of the […]

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  • US Congress Launches Probe Into Climate Data That Duped World Leaders Over Global Warming

    • Date: 19/02/17
    • David Rose, Mail on Sunday

    Revelations by the Mail on Sunday about how world leaders were misled over global warming by the main source of climate data have triggered a probe by the US Congress. Republican Lamar Smith, who chairs the influential House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology, announced the inquiry last week in a letter to […]

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  • BeeGate: How Green Campaigners Subverted Science

    • Date: 18/02/17
    • David Zaruk, The Risk-Monger

    BeeGate shows activists behaving badly —  lying, subverting and fear-mongering Almost ten years ago, when there were indications of stresses on honeybee populations (known as colony collapse disorder – CCD), different activists were jockeying for the right to claim this crisis for their campaigns. Climate activists wanted to show bees were suffering because of warmer weather; […]

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