• Oregon Democrats Say Climate Change Bill Is Dead After Republican Senators Fled the State

    • Date: 26/06/19
    • Slate

    A landmark piece of climate change legislation that stalled after Republican senators fled to Idaho to avoid a roll call is likely dead, the top Democrat in the Oregon Senate said Tuesday. But despite the Republicans’ stunt, the Senate president said it was his own party that did not have the votes to pass the […]

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  • UN Climate Talks Fail To Adopt Contentious IPCC Report

    • Date: 23/06/19
    • The Independent

    A major study on how to limit global warming could be dropped from formal UN climate talks in Bonn this week after a “gentlemen’s agreement” was made under pressure from Saudi Arabia. Last December four large oil producers, Saudi Arabia, the US, Kuwait and Russia, refused to endorse the influential Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report […]

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  • Experts Say There Is No ‘Climate Emergency’

    • Date: 22/06/19
    • Ross McKitrick, Financial Post

    Clip out this column, keep it close at hand, and quote from the experts when the occasion arises On June 7, I published an op-ed on this page telling the story of Roger Pielke Jr., a U.S. climate expert whose research on climate change and extreme weather didn’t support many of the alarmist slogans on the subject. […]

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  • EU Battle Raging Over Net Zero 2050 Target

    • Date: 20/06/19
    • Reuters

    Merkel and Macron will be on the same side of the barricades on Thursday when they face off against several EU states holding out firmly against the idea of committing the bloc to net zero carbon emissions by 2050. BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union’s 28 national leaders meet in Brussels on Thursday to haggle […]

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  • Putting Climate Change Claims to the Test

    • Date: 18/06/19
    • Dr John Christy

    This is a full transcript of a talk given by Dr John Christy to the GWPF on Wednesday 8th May. When I grew up in the world of science, science was understood as a method of finding information. You would make a claim or a hypothesis, and then test that claim against independent data. If […]

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  • Poor Timing For Al Gore’s Climate Panic Poppycock

    • Date: 18/06/19
    • Judith Sloan, The Australian

    While Al Gore was in Queensland, he was offering up some more whoppers – days after Labor lost the ‘climate election’. In politics, timing is crucial. And thus it was with the unfortunately timed participation of former US vice-president Al Gore in the Queensland government-sponsored Climate Week earlier this month. According to the blurb, “Climate […]

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  • Rainforest Trees Cut Down For Windfarm Transmission Corridor

    • Date: 16/06/19
    • The Australian

    Rainforest trees 200 years old have been cleared to make way for a wind farm transmission line in Tasmania’s Tarkine, prompting claims of green “hypocrisy”. Myrtle and sassafras trees were among those felled along a 10.5km corridor widened for transmission lines associated with the $280 million, 112 megawatt wind farm at Granville Harbour, in Tasmania’s […]

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  • Leaked EU Draft Strategy: Climate Change No Longer Top Priority

    • Date: 14/06/19
    • EurActiv

    As things stand, climate change and green policies are only billed third in the draft plan, after migration and “Developing our economic base” EU leaders want to focus on migration and protection of external borders, or the “integrity of our physical space”, over the next five years, according to a draft of the so-called strategic […]

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