• It’s Official: US President Withdraws From UN Climate Treaty

    • Date: 01/06/17
    • The Guardian, 29 March 2001

    The Guardian, 29 March 2001: The Bush administration yesterday appeared to end all hope of reviving the Kyoto treaty on global warming, declaring it had “no interest” in its implementation and taking the first steps towards withdrawing the US signature on the accord. Kyoto’s death warrant, announced by Christine Todd Whitman, head of the environmental […]

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  • Green Madness: Four Trillion Dollar Per Year Carbon Tax Required to Save the World

    • Date: 31/05/17
    • Eric Worrall, Watts Up With That

    Lord Stern, author of the Stern Review (2006), a government report which was used as the basis of UK climate policy, now says we need a four trillion dollar per annum carbon tax to save the world from CO2. For a reality check, see this GWPF analysis The Independent, Tuesday 30 May 2017 14:56 BST […]

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  • Bulgaria’s New Environment Minister Casts Doubt On Global Warming

    • Date: 30/05/17
    • The Sofia Globe

    Bulgaria’s new Environment and Water Minister, Neno Dimov, appeared in a video in 2015 describing global warming as a fraud and alleging that the European Union’s target for reducing emissions is intended to earn billions for business. Dimov, a 53-year-old who has a master’s degree in mathematics and a doctorate in physics and who was […]

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  • Climate Scientists Trying To Discredit Trump’s EPA Chief End Up Proving Him Right

    • Date: 28/05/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    A study meant to debunk a claim made by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt in his confirmation hearing ended up doing the opposite — it proved him right. The study, published Thursday in the journal Nature, found that Pruitt’s claim of a “leveling off of warming” over the past two decades is unsupported by […]

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  • Trump Not Swayed By G-7 Leaders On Paris Climate Deal

    • Date: 27/05/17
    • Dave Boyer - The Washington Times

    President Trump resisted some intense lobbying by leaders of other industrialized nations Friday to back the Paris climate-change agreement at a G-7 summit in Sicily, Italy. After hours of discussions, Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni told reporters that the U.S. position on the Paris accord remains an “open question.” “All others have confirmed their total […]

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  • White House: ‘Coal Doesn’t Make Much Sense Anymore’

    • Date: 26/05/17
    • Reuters

    The White House seems ready to U-turn on Paris Agreement, suggesting that ‘coal doesn’t make that much sense anymore’. U.S. President Donald Trump expects a tough debate over trade and climate change with other Group of Seven leaders at their forthcoming summit, White House economic adviser Gary Cohn said on Thursday. Trump and the leaders of Japan, […]

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  • China Starts Funding Western Climate Scientists

    • Date: 22/05/17
    • The Sydney Morning Herald

    China to partly fund new CSIRO climate research centre CSIRO’s re-embracing of climate change research will be underlined on Monday when the national science agency announces a new centre partly funded by Chinese interests. Based in Hobart, the $20 million centre will examine the role oceans will play in future climate change, including their influence on […]

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  • Macron’s Nuclear Mistake

    • Date: 20/05/17
    • The American Interest

    The newly elected French president Emmanuel Macron is busy assembling his cabinet these days, but it looks like he made a misstep in his choice for the country’s new energy minister. Macron tapped the nature documentary filmmaker and prominent green Nicolas Hulot for the position, and overnight shares in the French nuclear company EDF fell by […]

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