• No Need To Freak Out Over The North Pole’s Higher Temps

    • Date: 25/12/16
    • H. Sterling Burnett, The Federalist

    While temperatures in the Arctic are relatively high, high temperatures, while not the norm, are also not unusual. Much has been made about the well-above-average temperatures the Great White North has experienced this year and during the winter of 2015. For example, The Washington Post ran a story on December 20 titled “Pre-Christmas melt? North Pole forecast […]

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  • Climate Change Causes Full Dams Down Under

    • Date: 19/12/16
    • Jo Nova

    In 2009 things were dry in Australia, the drought was endless, and in a panic, billions were spent on desalination plants for Victoria (not to mention for Sydney, Adelaide, and Brisbane). Then the rains returned, the desal plants were mothballed. In Victoria alone, up to $18 billion will continue to be spent regardless of whether […]

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  • Foreign Aid Officials Lose Track Of £274m Climate Fund Handout

    • Date: 12/12/16
    • Dominic Kennedy, The Times

    Britain has given £274 million in foreign aid to a controversial climate change organisation without knowing where the money goes. The donation to the Strategic Climate Fund was made so that the government would get closer to meeting its promise to spend 0.7 per cent of national income on overseas aid. The fund was disclosed […]

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  • Bombshell Report Shows UK Climate Policy Will Cost £319 Billion By 2030

    • Date: 11/12/16
    • David Rose, Mail on Sunday

    A bombshell report reveals today that despite years of promises by Labour, Coalition and Tory governments, the radical shift to ‘green’ renewable energy will have cost the economy £319 billion by 2030 – three times the annual NHS budget for England. Instead of cutting energy bills, the policy will be adding an average burden of […]

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  • Global Ocean Temperatures Dropping Fast

    • Date: 07/12/16
    • Bob Tisdale – Climate Observations

    Global sea surface temperatures have been declining rapidly in recent months. The following is a Global map of Reynolds OI.v2 Sea Surface Temperature (SST) anomalies for November 2016. It was downloaded from the KNMI Climate Explorer. The contour range was set to -2.5 to +2.5 deg C and the anomalies are referenced to the WMO-preferred period of […]

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  • The FOI Request That Could End Eric Schneiderman’s Career

    • Date: 04/12/16
    • Editorial, New York Post

    State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s witch hunt against supposed “climate-science deniers” became an even more embarrassing debacle late last month — and just might wind up ending his career. A state judge ruled in favor of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a think tank whose Freedom of Information request the AG had denied. That gave Schneiderman […]

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  • Report: Fighting Global Warming Is WAY More Expensive Than Letting It Happen

    • Date: 01/12/16
    • Andrew Follett, The Daily Caller

    Simply letting global warming happen and dealing with its effects may be a lot cheaper than decarbonizing the global economy, according to a new report by the Manhattan Institute. “Mainstream estimates are very disconnected from the rhetoric you hear about global warming from environmental groups and politicians, especially in the wake of the election,” Oren […]

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  • Reality Check: Donald Trump On Climategate & The Paris Agreement

    • Date: 23/11/16
    • The New York Times

    The international news media is reporting that Donald Trump has changed his mind on climate change and the Paris climate agreement. Yet the transcript of his New York Times interview shows it is far too early to know what the next US President will do about climate and energy policy. President-elect Donald J. Trump during […]

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