• Green Madness: Dutch Govt Admits It Was Wrong On Huge Energy Bill Hikes

    • Date: 19/02/19
    • Dutch News

    Holland’s national statistics agency said the average household energy bill would go up by €334 this year, more than double the earlier government estimate. The cabinet has admitted it used old figures when calculating the impact of energy tax hikes and underestimated the impact on families. On Monday, the national statistics agency CBS said the […]

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  • U.S. Cities and States Scaling Back Climate Policies As Costs Skyrocket & Opposition Grows

    • Date: 18/02/19
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    Cities and states are having a hard time trying to implement climate policies laid out in the Green New Deal. Democrats’ Green New Deal legislation envisions a U.S that eliminates all greenhouse gas emissions through a massive expansion of government control, which includes a green grid, electrified mass transit and high-speed rail. However, cities and […]

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  • Australian Met Office Accused Of Man-Made Climate Change

    • Date: 16/02/19
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian

    The Bureau of Meteorology has rewritten Australia’s temperature records for the second time in six years, greatly increasing the rate of warming since 1910 in its controversial homogenised data set. Rather than the nation’s temperature having increased by 1C over the past century, the ­bureau’s updated homogenised data set, known as ACORN-SAT, now shows mean […]

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  • Climate School Strike: A Warning From History For Pupils & Parents

    • Date: 14/02/19
    • About History

    The Story of the Famous And Foolish Children’s Crusade In early 1212, a young man named Nicholas from Cologne either initiated or quickly became the focus of a popular apocalyptic movement that swept through the Rhineland. Thousands of children joined him on his crusade. As Nicholas and his followers marched from town to town, they […]

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  • IPPR Climate Lies Promoted By BBC & The Guardian

    • Date: 13/02/19
    • Paul Matthews, Climate Scepticism

    The self-styled “progressive” think tank IPPR has issued a ridiculously alarmist report today, This is a crisis: Facing up to the age of environmental breakdown. The report recycles various bogus scares, and contains obvious falsehoods such as • Since 2005, the number of floods across the world has increased by 15 times The IPCC says in AR5 that […]

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  • The GWPF 2019 Temperature Prediction Competition

    • Date: 08/02/19
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    With GWPF readers having trounced the Met Office at predicting temperatures for 2018, it will very interesting to see if you can do just as well for 2019. So we hereby announce the 2019 HadCRUT temperature prediction competition. Once again, the opportunity is there to win some magnificent prizes: more whisky, and your choice of […]

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  • House Democrats Held the First Climate Change Hearings In 6 Years: What A Mess

    • Date: 07/02/19
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    Top House Democrats finally got their wish to hold the first hearings on global warming in six years Wednesday, but both committee hearings meandered into discussions of civil rights, race and apocalyptic warnings without much talk about science. The House Committee on Natural Resources hearing started off with testimony from Govs. Roy Cooper of North […]

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  • Dutch Climate Intelligence Foundation Challenges Belgian Climate Alarmists

    • Date: 05/02/19
    • Climate Intelligence Foundation, Holland

    No less than 3200 Belgian academics support a terrifying climate story and claim it is five to twelve. According to them, draconian measures are necessary to save the world. Herewith our reaction[1]. Science versus religion Science differs from religion because theoretical claims have to be verified with observations. If modelling results can predict measurements in […]

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