• Global Greening Caused Pause In Growth Rate Of Atmospheric CO2, Scientists Claim

    • Date: 08/11/16
    • Dani Cooper, ABC News

    The rate of growth in atmospheric carbon dioxide has slowed, despite an increase in CO2 emissions from human activity, due to an increased uptake of the greenhouse gas by the planet’s plants, a new study has suggested. Changes in the rates of photosynthesis and respiration in the Earth’s ecosystems have created a larger-than-expected terrestrial carbon […]

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  • Wind Farms Could Be Killing 80,000 Bats A Year, New Study Finds

    • Date: 08/11/16
    • Sarah Knapton,, The Daily Telegraph

    Wind farms are probably killing tens of thousands of bats a year, even where risk assessments have been carried out to prevent the deaths, a study has found. A common pipistrelle bat CREDIT: NATIONAL TRUST  Researchers at the University of Exeter used sniffer dogs to locate the bodies of stricken bats near turbines to find out the […]

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  • Dyson Blows Fresh Air Into Higher Education With Private University

    • Date: 04/11/16
    • Alan Tovey, The Daily Telegraph

    Sir James Dyson is  launching his own university to deliver the engineering graduates that British businesses are struggling to find. Inside the Dyson campus in Malmesbury CREDIT: SIMON DAWSON/BLOOMBERG The product that made Sir James Dyson famous, the cyclonic bagless vacuum cleaner, came about because the inventor wasn’t satisfied with what was available on the market back in 1978. […]

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  • Science Is In Deep Trouble, New Paper Shows

    • Date: 31/10/16
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    London 31 October:  A new report published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation reveals the extent to which current policy-making is reliant on untrustworthy peer-reviewed research, much of which cannot be replicated and “may be simply untrue”.   “Fraudulent research makes it past gatekeepers at even the most prestigious journals,” says Donna Laframboise, the study’s […]

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  • Henrik Svensmark: Cosmic Rays And Clouds Anno 2016

    • Date: 30/10/16
    • Henrik Svensmark, DTU Space, National Space Institute, Technical University of Denmark

    Now and then new results appear that suggest that the idea of cosmic ray influence on clouds and terrestrial climate does not work. “Sun-clouds-climate connection takes a beating from CERN” is the latest news story which is based on a new paper from the CLOUD collaboration at CERN [1]. It is important to note that the […]

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  • WikiLeaks Exposes Climate McCarthyism Orchestrated By Key U.S. Politicians & Green Campaigners

    • Date: 29/10/16
    • Robert Bryce, National Review Online

    The latest WikiLeaks dump contains plenty of insider dirt on John Podesta, the founder of the Center for American Progress and the campaign manager for Hillary Clinton. Perhaps the tawdriest story to be exposed by Podesta’s pilfered e-mails is the bragging by an employee of ThinkProgress, an arm of the Center for American Progress, about […]

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  • Donna Laframboise: Peer Review — Why Skepticism Is Essential

    • Date: 27/10/16
    • Donna Laframboise, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    Science is currently in the grip of a ’reproducibility crisis’ so severe that the editor of a prominent journal has declared that ‘much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue’. Prior to the 2009 Copenhagen climate summit, Peter Doherty, winner of the Nobel Prize in medicine, defended the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate […]

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  • Climate Change Hits Coffee Yield? It’s A Load Of Froth, Say Scientists

    • Date: 24/10/16
    • Ben Webster, The Times

    Climate change has been wrongly blamed for devastating coffee plantations, a study has found. Coffee leaf rust (CLR) caused coffee production in Colombia to fall by 40 per cent between 2008 and 2011. The decline was linked to the worst epidemic for several decades. A number of other coffee-producing countries in Central America and the […]

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