• Climate Change Is A ‘Ratings Killer’, US Journalist Confirms

    • Date: 27/07/18
    • The Washington Times

    MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes’ admission that climate change is a “ratings killer” has infuriated environmentalists who accused the liberal network of being more concerned about its bottom line than with fighting global warming. Asked about his network’s lack of climate-change coverage, Mr. Hayes tweeted Tuesday that “almost without exception. every single time we’ve covered it’s been […]

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  • New Study: Decline In Heat-Related Deaths In Spain – Despite Rising Summer Temps

    • Date: 25/07/18
    • Barcelona Institute for Global Health

    Contrary to expectations, global warming has not given rise to an increase in heat-related mortality in Spain Summer temperatures in Spain have risen by more than 1ºC since 1980 due to climate change. Despite this increase, and contrary to expectations, deaths related to heat have declined rather than increased. This trend suggests that the Spanish […]

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  • Gallup Poll: No One Believes Climate Change Is America’s Biggest Problem

    • Date: 22/07/18
    • Breitbart

    Americans came up with 36 answers to a Gallup poll asking the biggest problem currently facing the country, and no one answered “climate change,” with only two percent even mentioning the environment at all, Gallup revealed last week. In a random poll of 1033 U.S. adults, immigration topped the list as the greatest problem faced by the […]

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  • Gallup Poll: Americans No Longer Regard Global Warming As A Main Problem

    • Date: 21/07/18
    • Gallup

    According to the latest Gallup poll, Americans don’t even mention global warming as their most important problem — in sharp contrast to what climate alarmists and much of the mainstream news media are claiming. Full Gallup poll

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  • Climate Lawfare Suffers Another Defeat

    • Date: 20/07/18
    • Energy In Depth

    Today a U.S. District Judge threw out New York City’s lawsuit against five major energy companies alleging damages relating to climate change. Judge John Keenan wrote in his opinion that, “Global warming and solutions thereto must be addressed by the two other branches of government,” not the judiciary, according to Bloomberg. This major blow marks the third […]

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  • What Brett Kavanaugh on U.S. Supreme Court Could Mean for Climate Regulations

    • Date: 11/07/18
    • Inside Climate News

    Trump’s Supreme Court nominee has a history of opposing regulations Congress didn’t explicitly authorize. That could be a problem for greenhouse gas policies. In his dozen years on the federal appeals court that hears the most disputes over government regulatory power, Judge Brett Kavanaugh has compiled an extensive record of skepticism toward the government’s powers […]

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  • New EPA Boss Same As The Old: Pruitt Policies to Stay Intact

    • Date: 10/07/18
    • Bloomberg

    The change at the top of the Environmental Protection Agency won’t mean a dramatic shift in policy. If anything, President Donald Trump’s EPA could become even more effective at undoing Obama-era environmental policies under its new boss. That’s because the incoming acting administrator Andrew Wheeler, who’s set take over Monday following the resignation of Scott Pruitt, […]

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  • Record Temperature Readings Throughout Los Angeles Caused By ‘Faulty Weather Stations,’ Meteorologist Says

    • Date: 09/07/18
    • The Daily Caller

    Every record-high temperature reported over the last few days in the Los Angeles area are from weather stations “compromised by heat sources and heat sinks,” according to a veteran meteorologist. “In my opinion, the data from these stations is worthless,” California-based meteorologist Anthony Watts wrote on his blog Watts Up With That. That’s not to say Los […]

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