• Will Solar Minimum Slow Global Warming, Or Cause Downturn?

    • Date: 11/11/15
    • Sam Khoury, The Nation

    New studies flip climate-change notions upside down The sun will go into “hibernation” mode around 2030, and it has already started to get sleepy. At the Royal Astronomical Society’s annual meeting in July, Professor Valentina Zharkova of Northumbria University in the UK confirmed it – the sun will begin its Maunder Minimum (Grand Solar Minimum) […]

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  • ‘Big Agreement Unlikely In Paris’ Bill Clinton Predicts

    • Date: 11/11/15
    • Times of India

    Former US president Bill Clinton, whose Clinton Foundation seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, said Tuesday an upcoming UN climate summit in France will be useful, though “no big agreement” is likely. “I don’t expect some big agreement. But I do think as a result of the meeting there will be more investment in energy […]

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  • Lomborg: UN Climate Deal Will Reduce Global Warming By Just 0.05C

    • Date: 10/11/15
    • Ben Webster, The Times

    The UN has grossly exaggerated the benefits of a proposed deal on climate change, which will reduce global warming by as little 0.05C, according to a study. The deal, due to be signed by almost 200 countries in Paris next month, will cost the EU hundreds of billions of pounds a year to implement but […]

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  • 2015 Temperature Rise Mainly Due To El Nino, May Drop Again, Say Critics

    • Date: 09/11/15
    • Alix Culbertson, Daily Express

    Climate change scientists who have predicted temperatures will severely rise due to man made global warming have been questioned by critics who say this year’s rise is mainly down to El Niño and may drop again to lower levels. The Met Office announced today temperatures around the world averaged 1.02C above the 1850-1900 period between January and September this […]

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  • Editorial: Obama Leads But No One Follows In Climate Change Fight

    • Date: 07/11/15
    • Editorial, Investor's Business Daily

    The president wants to decarbonize the planet by killing fossil-fuel production and its high-paying jobs. Almost no other nation is following his lead despite the promises that will be made at the Paris climate summit. Last week we learned in a Reuters report that Asia will build 500 coal-burning electric generation plants this year alone. […]

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  • US Congress Vs NOAA: GOP Science Chief Threatens Prosecution Over Climate Study

    • Date: 05/11/15
    • John Siciliano, The Washington Examiner

    A top Republican is threatening the head of the government’s climate research arm with criminal prosecution if the agency does not hand over materials related to a climate change study that shows there has been no “pause” in global warming. Texas Republican Rep. Lamar Smith, chairman of the House Science, Space and Technology Committee, sent […]

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  • Paris Climate Deal Conditional On $100 Billion P.A. Funds For Poor Nations

    • Date: 05/11/15
    • William Mauldin, The Wall Street Journal

    Poorer nations’ demand that wealthier countries help bankroll their transition to cleaner energy has emerged as the biggest obstacle for world leaders seeking to reach an agreement on emissions at a summit that begins this month. World leaders arrive in Paris in late November with the aim of negotiating an agreement to slash carbon dioxide […]

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  • US Congress Prepares To Drive A Stake Through The Climate Vampire’s Heart

    • Date: 04/11/15
    • H. Sterling Burnett, National Review

    A stake will be driven through the heart of the Paris treaty negotiations if Obama shows up with empty pockets, unable to make good on his promise to fund the U.S. portion of the Green Climate Fund This year’s UN climate conference, the 21st, will take place in Paris just one month after All Hallows’ […]

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