• The IPCC’s 1.5 Degree Target Is Utopian

    • Date: 09/10/18
    • Daniel Wetzel. Die Welt

    The global CO2 budget for the 1.5 degree target has already been exhausted. Even before the report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) had been published, the political statements had already been published. Ecologically oriented parties and environmental groups in particular were certain in their assessment: “The world climate report confirms: The 1.5 […]

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  • IPCC Turns Green Energy Lobby: Climate Scientists Call For $2.4 Trillion Shift From Coal To Renewables

    • Date: 08/10/18
    • Bloomberg

    The world must invest $2.4 trillion in clean energy every year through 2035 and cut the use of coal-fired power to almost nothing by 2050 to slow the quickest pace of climate change since the end of the last ice age, according to scientists convened by the United Nations. The findings released Monday by the […]

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  • Media Hype IPCC ‘Climate Catastrophe’ By 2040 Prediction

    • Date: 30/09/18
    • AFP

    Hundreds of diplomats from around the world are set to scrutinize the IPCC’s latest Summary for Policy Makers, which contains predictions and benchmarks findings on staving off a climate catastrophe by 2040. PARIS, France – The world’s nations will gather at a United Nations conference in South Korea on Monday, October 1 to review and […]

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  • EU Climate Goals Missed: Germany Must Pay Two Billion Euros To Eastern Europe

    • Date: 28/09/18
    • Focus Magazin

    The failure to meet European Union climate targets will cost Germany billions. According to a report, the German deficit means the government will have to buy CO2 certificates from Eastern Europe for two billion euros. While Germany is missing its climate target by just under three percent, countries such as Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovakia and Hungary are doing significantly better, according […]

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  • What’s Going On At The AEI? (Or The Perils Of Policy Analysis In An Echo Chamber)

    • Date: 27/09/18
    • Benjamin Zycher, American Enterprise Institute

    The American Enterprise Institute — which as an institution takes no positions on policy issues — on September 6 hosted an event on how “carbon” pricing (both explicit and implicit) can be used to implement more effectively the 2015 Paris interna­tional agreement to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. With the exception of one presenta­tion, this […]

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  • MIT Scientists Defuse Fear Of Climate Tipping Point

    • Date: 25/09/18
    • MIT News

    A runaway warming effect wouldn’t kick in until global average temperatures reach about 67°C, new study finds. Global warming alone is insufficient to cause such a tipping point. How Earth sheds heat into space New insights into the role of water vapor may help researchers predict how the planet will respond to warming. Just as an […]

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  • Climate Alarmists Accuse IPCC Of ‘Watering Down’ Disaster Predictions (Again)

    • Date: 23/09/18
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    Climate alarmists are alarmed that a new IPCC report to be released on 8 October by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will reject their apocalyptic rhetoric and disaster predictions. They blame IPCC scientists for deliberately downplaying the danger of global warming in order to placate the Trump Administration and some of its fossil fuel […]

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  • Is Bloomberg-Funded Climate Lawyer Working Illegally?

    • Date: 22/09/18
    • Todd Shepherd, The Washington Free Beacon

    Attorney was funded by Bloomberg to work on climate-related issues Michael Bloomberg / Getty Images A “special assistant attorney general” who has been working for Oregon’s Department of Justice, yet whose salary was being paid by Michael Bloomberg using a pass-through agency, is working in circumstances partially or completely contrary to Oregon law, according to […]

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