• Global Warming Be Damned: Record Corn, Soybeans, Wheat

    • Date: 14/10/16
    • Roy Spencer

    Here we are with yet another year experiencing either record or near-record yields in corn, soybeans, and wheat. For many years we have been warned that climate change is creating a “climate crisis”, with heat and drought reducing agricultural yields to the point that humanity will suffer. Every time there’s a drought, we are told that this is […]

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  • Why Did Poland Ratify The Paris Agreement? Because It Has No Binding Targets

    • Date: 08/10/16
    • Joseph Dussault, The Christian Science Monitor

    The European Union officially ratified the Paris climate agreement on Wednesday, along with several member nations. Among them was a most unlikely signatory: Poland, whose reliance on coal had previously threatened the deal…. Why did Poland acquiesce to such a drastic change? One possibility is that the change won’t be very drastic at all. Despite […]

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  • Climate Zealots Exposed As The Arctic Ice Fails To Melt Away

    • Date: 02/10/16
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph

    The Danish Meteorological Institute reports that Arctic sea ice has been refreezing at its fastest rate since daily records began in 1987. I know it is only two weeks since I last reported on Arctic ice, but the latest news from that front is even more remarkable. My theme then was those sad climate activists […]

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  • James Lovelock On Climate Alarmism: “I’m Not Sure The Whole Thing Isn’t Crazy”

    • Date: 01/10/16
    • Decca Aitkenhead, The Guardian

    Fracking is great, the green movement is a religion, his dire predictions about climate change were nonsense – and robots don’t mind the heat, so what does it matter? At 97, the creator of Gaia theory is as mischievous and subversive as ever. […] Sometimes described as a futurist, James Lovelock has been Britain’s leading […]

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  • EU Lawmakers Divided On Reform Of Emissions Trading Scheme

    • Date: 29/09/16
    • Ewa Krukowska, Bloomberg

    European Parliament lawmakers presented differing visions for Europe’s carbon-market reform in a signal to investors that an overhaul of the ailing cap-and-trade program after 2020 will likely require months of further political bargaining. Members of the assembly’s environment committee commented on some of the more than 700 amendments submitted to a proposal put forward by the European […]

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  • US Calls Out Europe For Emissions Cheating

    • Date: 28/09/16
    • The American Interest

    Eco-mania has gripped Europe stronger than any other region on the planet, but simply calling something green doesn’t make it so. The U.S. EPA caught Volkswagen cheating red-handed almost exactly one year ago, and in the fallout of that initial accusation the world was taken aback by just how brazen the malfeasance was—engineers deliberately installed software that would run the engine […]

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  • Republicans Demand Evidence From Obama That Global Warming Is A National Security Threat

    • Date: 27/09/16
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    Republican lawmakers are demanding the Obama administration back up with evidence a recent executive memoranda requiring federal officials to consider the impact of global warming on national security. “The Committee has genuine interest in the climate science and information that the Administration claims impacts national security,” reads a letter to National Security Adviser Susan Rice from Texas Republican […]

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  • Japanese Interest In Climate Change Falters, Especially Among Young: Survey

    • Date: 25/09/16
    • The Japan Times

    Japanese people are less interested in climate change now than nine years ago, a government survey has shown. The proportion of respondents who said they are interested in climate change fell to 87.2 percent, down about 5 points from the previous survey in 2007, the Cabinet Office said. The interview-based survey, conducted between July 28 […]

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