• Peter Ridd’s Fight For Freedom Of Speech On Climate Change

    • Date: 19/03/19
    • Institute of Public Affairs

    Dr Peter Ridd talks with the Director of Policy at the Institute of Public Affairs, Gideon Rozner about his fight for freedom of speech on climate change. In May 2018, after an academic career of more than 30 years, Peter had his employment terminated as a professor of physics at James Cook University in Townsville, […]

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  • On Climate Change The BBC Is Once, Twice, Eight Times A Liar

    • Date: 18/03/19
    • Paul Homewood, The Conservative Woman

    They say once is an accident, twice is a conspiracy. I wonder what eight times is? Following my complaint to the BBC about its news report claiming that African penguin populations were declining because of climate change, the BBC has now formally upheld the complaint, and logged it on the Complaints website: This is the eighth […]

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  • Rise Of Children Climate Activism Fuels Concern Over Political Exploitation

    • Date: 15/03/19
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times

    Kids are fast becoming the face of the climate change movement as teenagers, ‘tweens and even younger children file lawsuits, stage walkouts and lobby lawmakers. But newly released documents have raised questions about whether the students are being motivated or manipulated. A cache of emails released Wednesday on Climate Litigation Watch showed that top climate […]

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  • Climate Crisis? Four Major Metrics That Say Otherwise

    • Date: 14/03/19
    • Joe Bastardi, Patriot Post

    I have long advocated that climatologists take a course on long-range forecasting so they can better understand the inherent errors in trying to predict the weather or climate. In the debate over the fate of the planet, where one side is always pushing hysteria, the weather is plainly not cooperating with the missive. Forecasters take […]

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  • ‘Tornado Drought’ Dampens Democrats’ Climate Change Narrative

    • Date: 12/03/19
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times

    In the wake of the deadly twister outbreak last week, Sen. Bernard Sanders declared that climate change is making tornadoes worse, to which researchers say: Not so fast. Purdue University professor Ernest Agee, who has studied tornadoes for 50 years, said his research and that of other scientists shows that the number of violent U.S. tornadoes has […]

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  • Bad Riddance

    • Date: 11/03/19
    • Gideon Rozner, The Spectator (Australia)

    On the persecution of Peter Ridd and its implications for free speech When the Left talks derisively about ‘climate deniers’, they probably imagine someone very different from Dr Peter Ridd. Bearded, bespectacled and softly-spoken, Ridd is a sandal-wearing one-time Green voter and former president of his local chapter of the Wildlife Protection Society. He is […]

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  • Climate Scientist Nic Lewis: ‘European CO2 Emissions Don’t Matter’

    • Date: 09/03/19
    • Edwin Timmer, De Telegraaf

    To tackle global climate change it is far more important that fast-growing developing countries do more than any well-intentioned steps in the Netherlands. “In fact, European emissions don’t matter,” says British climate scientist Nic Lewis. “What really matters is: what happens in developing countries such as China, India, Indonesia, Brazil and Nigeria”, says Lewis, who […]

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  • U.N. Predicts Disaster if Global Warming Not Checked

    • Date: 06/03/19
    • Associated Press (AP)

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) A senior U.N. environmental official says entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth by rising sea levels if the global warming trend is not reversed by the year 2000. Coastal flooding and crop failures would create an exodus of ″eco- refugees,′ ′ threatening political chaos, said Noel Brown, […]

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