• Biggest Renewable Energy Source Is An Environmental Disaster

    • Date: 06/11/18
    • Matt McGrath, BBC News

    Hydropower is the source of 71% of renewable energy throughout the world. A new study says that many large-scale hydropower projects in Europe and the US have been disastrous for the environment. Dozens of these dams are being removed every year, with many considered dangerous and uneconomic. But the authors fear that the unsustainable nature of […]

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  • Media Spin About Migrant Caravan: They Are Fleeing Global Warming

    • Date: 01/11/18
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    Media outlets want you to know the Central American migrant caravan heading to the U.S.-Mexico border isn’t just about fleeing poverty and violence, it’s also about global warming. The Guardian cited “experts” who “say the big picture is that changing climate is forcing farmers off their land – and it’s likely to get worse.” The Huffington Post […]

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  • UN Climate Negotiations Costing $150 million Annually

    • Date: 31/10/18
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    U.N. climate negotiations have siphoned off more than $150 million a year, according to economist Richard Tol. The cost of United Nations climate summits have ballooned in tandem with the carbon dioxide emissions officials are trying to restrain, according to estimates put together by environmental economist Richard Tol. Tol estimates that the costs U.N. Framework […]

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  • Will Trump And Bolsonaro Unravel The Paris Climate Agreement?

    • Date: 30/10/18
    • The Daily Caller

    President-elect Jair Bolsonaro’s victory in Brazil has provoked international concern that his disdain for the Paris climate accord could unravel the agreement altogether. President Donald Trump announced the U.S.’s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement in June 2017, telling the world that he was “elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris.” Despite its status as […]

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  • Only 16 Countries Meet Their Paris Agreement Commitments, New Study Finds

    • Date: 30/10/18
    • EurActiv

    Only sixteen countries out of the 197 that have signed the Paris Agreement have defined national climate action plan ambitious enough to meet their pledges, according to a policy brief released on Monday (29 October), ahead of the crucial UN climate conference COP24 in Katowice (Poland) in December. The 16 countries are: Algeria, Canada, Costa […]

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  • Cold Weather Kills: Moderate Warming May Save Millions

    • Date: 27/10/18
    • GWPF & Daily Mail

    Deaths from cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) exhibit a winter peak and summer trough, both in countries of the northern and southern hemisphere. In England and Wales, the winter peak accounts for an additional 20,000 deaths per year. Globally an estimated 18 million people die from CVDs annually. A new paper published in JAMA Cardiology confirms that cold weather […]

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  • Why The Weather Doomsayers Need To Take A Raincheck

    • Date: 26/10/18
    • Paul Homewood, The Conservative Woman

    Recent climate trends offer absolutely no support for outlandish forecasts, which are of course the product of those computer models we hear so much about. How often do we hear claims that British weather is getting more extreme? Whether it’s heatwaves, droughts, rain or storms, it’s always ‘worse than it used to be’. We even […]

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  • Don’t Link Extreme Weather To Climate Change, Forecasters Are Told

    • Date: 25/10/18
    • The Times

    Staff at [the Irish Met Office] Met Éireann have been told to be noncommittal if asked whether specific extreme weather events in Ireland could be linked to global warning. The advice is contained in a guidance document on what to do when hurricanes, droughts, heatwaves and snow storms are being blamed directly on climate change. […]

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