• White House Recruits Researchers For ‘Adversarial’ Climate Science Review

    • Date: 26/02/19
    • Science Magazine

    The White House is recruiting researchers who reject the scientific consensus on climate change for its “adversarial” review of the issue. The proposal to form a “Presidential Committee on Climate Security” at the National Security Council (NSC) has shifted, into an ad-hoc group that will review climate science out of the public eye. Those involved […]

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  • White House Setting Up Review Panel Of Scientists To Reassess Climate Consensus Claims

    • Date: 25/02/19
    • Business Insider

    The White House is assembling a team of scientists to reevaluate the government’s climate findings, according to a report from The Washington Post. The informal task-force, a National Security Council-led initiative that wouldn’t be subject to the same oversight and disclosure requirements as a formal advisory committee, would include scientists representing a mixture of opinions, including […]

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  • White House to Create President’s Commission on National Climate Security

    • Date: 25/02/19
    • Myron Ebell, Competitive Enterprise Institute

    The Washington Post obtained leaked Trump administration documents this week that reveal that the White House is preparing an executive order to create a President’s Commission on National Climate Security.  The National Security Council (NSC) initiative would feature scientists who challenge the seriousness of climate change and the degree to which humans are the cause […]

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  • After El Nino Bleaching, Coral Reefs Begin To Recover

    • Date: 21/02/19
    • Maui Now

    Nearly four years after the worst bleaching event in the state’s history, coral reefs in West Hawaiʽi are stabilizing and poised to recover, according to scientists from The Nature Conservancy. Higher than usual ocean water temperatures in 2015 caused the first statewide coral bleaching event. TNC surveys revealed that an average of 60% of corals […]

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  • Influence Of Solar Activity On European Rainfall

    • Date: 19/02/19
    • Institute of Hydrography, Geoecology and Climate Sciences (IFHGK), www.ifhgk.org

    A balanced level of precipitation provides the basis for a wide range of economic and social activities in Europe. Particularly agriculture, drinking water supply and inland waterway transport are directly affected. However, the amount of rain fluctuates strongly from year to year. While it may pour torrentially in one year, rain may remain absent for […]

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  • BBC Backtracking On IPPR’s Fake Extreme Weather Claims

    • Date: 18/02/19
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    The BBC are now trying to backtrack from their report last week of how extreme weather events had rocketed since 2005. This item was on Radio 4 last night, for the first 5 mins. Click on link below to play. On Tuesday, Today programme listeners woke up to the news that the think tank, the […]

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  • ‘Insect Collapse’: “Hyper-Alarming” Study Was Hype

    • Date: 11/02/19
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    Calls for withdrawal of “insect collapse” paper London, 11 February: The scientific paper behind newspaper claims that insect populations were threatened with extinction was based on data known to be unreliable. That’s according to the Global Warming Policy Foundation, which today called for the paper to be withdrawn. The paper, by US scientists Bradford C Lister and […]

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  • Empty Planet: The Oldest Eco-Scare Goes Up In Smoke

    • Date: 10/02/19
    • Lyman Stone, The Wall Street Journal

    Governments stoke fears about overpopulation, but the reality is that fertility rates are falling faster than most experts can readily explain. PHOTO: ARTUR WIDAK/NURPHOTO VIA GETTY IMAGES  Is a dangerous population explosion imminent? For decades we’ve been told so by scientific elites, starting with the Club of Rome reports in the 1970s. But in their compelling […]

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