• Trump’s NOAA Administrator Must Address the Temperature Record Controversy

    • Date: 20/01/17
    • Roy Spencer PhD

    NOAA has been actively “adjusting” the thermometer record of global temperatures over the years by making the present warmer, and the past colder, leading to an ever increasing upward temperature trend An article appeared in the Washington Post yesterday entitled, “Who Will Lead NOAA Under President Trump?“. Written by the Capitol Weather Gang’s Jason Samenow, […]

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  • Rain On The Green Parade: Climate Alarmists Make Fools Of Themselves

    • Date: 13/01/17
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF Briefing No 21

    As heavy rains and snow return to California, signalling an end to a 5-year drought, it’s worth reminding green alarmists that making climate claims about current droughts is fraught with great risk because when wetter conditions return they look foolish. Droughts Evidence that droughts have become more prevalent on a global scale is hard to come […]

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  • Climate Scepticism Could Take Over Govt Websites Under Trump

    • Date: 05/01/17
    • Andrew Revkin, Business Standard

    A reworking of language on climate change on a Wisconsin govt site could foretell things to come James Rowen, a longtime Wisconsin journalist and environmental blogger, recently discovered a stark remaking of a state Department of Natural Resources web page on climate change and the Great Lakes. Until December, the page, dating from the Democratic administration of former Gov. […]

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  • Republican Attorneys General Eager To Dismantle Obama’s Climate Agenda

    • Date: 27/12/16
    • Ben Wolfgang, The Washington Times

    As soon as President-elect Donald Trump assumes office Jan. 20, Republican attorneys general who have spent the past eight years battling the Obama administration’s climate change agenda will have a new role: supporting the Republican president’s complex legal effort to roll back that agenda. Republicans have begun exercising their influence over the incoming president and […]

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  • 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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