• Trump Administration May Not Find Middle Ground on Paris Climate Deal

    • Date: 18/04/17
    • Jack Fitzpatrick, Morning Consult

    As the Trump administration debates whether to stay in the Paris climate agreement, observers are skeptical that opposing wings of the administration will reach a middle ground. President Donald Trump’s top advisers are expected to meet Tuesday to discuss whether the U.S. should remain in the agreement, Politico reported. The White House did not confirm on Monday […]

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  • White House Divided Over Trump’s Pledge To Cancel Obama’s Paris Climate Deal

    • Date: 18/04/17
    • CNN

    President Donald Trump’s key advisers remain divided on the issue of climate change as they prepare to discuss whether the United States should remain a party to the Paris Climate Agreement. “Senior officials will meet this week to discuss the options, with the goal of providing a recommendation to the President about the path forward,” a senior […]

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  • Unexpected Evergreen Expansion In Siberian Forest During The Global Warming Hiatus

    • Date: 13/04/17
    • Journal of Climate & University of Virginia

    Unexpected evergreen expansion in the Siberian forest under warming hiatus Abstract: Siberia has experienced a pronounced warming over the past several decades, which has induced an increase in the extent of evergreen conifer forest. However, the potential slowing of the trend of increasing surface air temperature (SAT) has produced intense debate since the late 1990s. […]

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  • EPA Asked To Invalidate A Pillar Of Obama’s Climate Agenda

    • Date: 11/04/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has received two petitions asking for official review of a regulatory document that served as critical leverage for the Obama administration to issue global warming regulations. Two groups — Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) and the Concerned Household Electricity Consumers Council (CHECC) — claim EPA’s 2009 “endangerment finding” should be updated with new evidence […]

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  • UK Looking To Renege On Climate Goals Post-Brexit – Reports

    • Date: 07/04/17

    The British government is assessing ways to scrap pledges made to hit 2020 clean energy targets without incurring any penalties, reports Bloomberg, in a first sign of the country reneging on mandatory environmental action made under EU membership. UNITED British PM Theresa May signed Article 50 on March 29, thereby formally beginning the process of […]

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  • New Lawsuit: Did the Obama White House Collude with A Politically Motivated Scientist?

    • Date: 07/04/17
    • Julie Kelly, National Review

    A former scientist at the NOAA has exposed a shoddy report on global warming. Judicial Watch is suing to learn more. Following allegations of impropriety over the handling of a controversial climate change report, a government watchdog group now wants to know whether there was any collaboration between the report’s lead author and a key […]

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  • Hoodwinked By A Green Zealot: The Scientist Behind The Dash For Diesel Called CO2 ‘Worse Than Terror’

    • Date: 05/04/17
    • Victoria Allen, Daily Mail

    The scientist behind the dash for diesel is a committed climate change activist who once described global warming as a greater threat than terrorism. Professor Sir David King, 77, was the architect of the policy to cut fuel duty for diesel cars as Tony Blair’s personal scientist. Professor Sir David King, 77, was the architect of […]

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  • Like Trump, Vladimir Putin Says Climate Change Not Man-Made

    • Date: 31/03/17
    • Agence France-Presse

    Russian leader Vladimir Putin on Thursday said climate change was not caused by human activity, as the White House announced that President Donald Trump would decide by May on continued US participation in the landmark Paris Agreement limiting global carbon emissions. One day after visiting the Franz Josef Land archipelago in the Arctic, Putin claimed […]

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