• Coronavirus Reveals The Truth About Denmark’s Costly Carbon Tax

    • Date: 29/05/20
    • Bloomberg

    Denmark will not consider how to raise taxation of greenhouse gas emissions until fall because of the current economic uncertainty, Minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities Dan Jorgensen says. In 2019 Denmark set itself some of the world’s most ambitious environmental goals; they include a 70% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, compared to […]

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  • LIVE Webinar: Mathematical Models and Their Role in Government Policy

    • Date: 28/05/20
    • The Global Warming Policy Forum

    Making predictions about the future is notoriously difficult. With increasing sophistication, mathematical models have attempted to capture the mechanics of complex systems and processes. But how can we distinguish between models with genuine predictive power, and those which mislead us? And how can the uncertainty inherent in such predictions be adequately communicated to politicians? Joining […]

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  • Most Sea Level Modellers Model Catastrophes, Expert Survey Reveals

    • Date: 27/05/20
    • AZO Clean Tech News

    According to the predictions of a new international study headed by the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, the faster melting of polar ice sheets than projected earlier may lead to a nearly 1.3 m rise in the ocean levels by 2100. The new study was published recently in Climate and Atmospheric Science and predicts sea-level rise considerably […]

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  • ‘Planet Of The Humans’ EP Michael Moore & Director Jeff Gibbs Blast “Blatant Censorship” After Controversial Documentary Yanked From YouTube

    • Date: 26/05/20
    • Deadline

    Green activists achieve what they have campaigned for after YouTube removed ‘Planet of the Humans’. The documentary is now free to watch on Vimeo Michael Moore and Jeff Gibbs’ controversial documentary Planet of the Humans has been removed from YouTube, where it was streaming for free — a move the pair calls a “blatant act of censorship.” EP Moore and writer-producer Gibbs […]

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  • Mental Health Awareness Week: GWPF Blames Growing Climate Anxiety Among Children On Irresponsible Scare-Mongering

    • Date: 21/05/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 21 May: The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has called on responsible educators and journalists to stop terrifying children with exaggerated claims and worst-case predictions about the impact of global warming. As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, the GWPF has released a short video today to raise awareness of the growing mental health […]

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  • Ambitious EU Climate Efforts Could Increase CO2 Emissions In The Rest Of The World, New Study Warns

    • Date: 18/05/20
    • University of Copenhagen

    The more the EU economy succeeds in dialing down greenhouse gas emissions, the more the rest of the world will turn them up – unless a similar level of green ambitions is shared by others. Up to 61.5% of the saved EU emissions could end up as increased emissions elsewhere in the world. The outcome […]

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  • Editorial: If You Like The Locked-Down US Economy, You’ll Love The Green New Deal

    • Date: 17/05/20
    • Editorial, New York Post

    The cost of the left’s Green New Deal is so enormous most Americans were probably never able to appreciate its true magnitude. Now, thanks to the COVID-19 crisis, maybe they can. Last year, a study co-authored by a former head of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office found the GND’s 10-year sticker price could top $93 […]

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  • Germany On Course To Widely Miss EU Emission Targets

    • Date: 15/05/20
    • Clean Energy Wire

    Germany is on track to widely miss its EU obligations to reduce CO2 emissions. Germany is on track to widely miss its EU obligations to reduce CO2 emissions, even if the EU does not follow through plans to step up its ambitions in the fight against climate change, according to calculations by think tank Institute for Applied […]

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