• Pandemic & Economic Crisis Downgrade Climate Change, Possibly For Years To Come

    • Date: 22/03/20
    • Eurasia Group, Top Risks 2020

    The global focus on coronavirus will come at the expense of attention paid to climate change as governments, investors and companies pursue recovery and growth above all else. In January, risk #7 described how climate change would put governments, investors, and society at large on a collision course with corporate decision-makers, who would have to […]

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  • Climate Campaign Loses Momentum As World Fights Coronavirus

    • Date: 17/03/20
    • Bloomberg

    The climate campaign is at risk of stalling as the pandemic and global economic crisis deepens.  European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde once spent more time talking about climate change than inflation. It happened during a press conference in Frankfurt less than two months ago, but already feels like something from another century—or planet. In the days […]

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  • Central Bankers Should Stay Out of the Climate Debate

    • Date: 10/03/20
    • Daniel Ben-Ami, Spiked

    Politicians have handed over too much power to unelected technocrats. The claim that climate change is the most important issue facing humanity has become an article of faith for the political class. Yet at the same time, politicians seem strangely happy for unelected technocrats to make pronouncements and even to form policy in this area. Central bankers […]

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  • Coronavirus May Neutralise Climate Hysteria For Now As Pandemic Threat Looms

    • Date: 09/03/20
    • AFP

    Paris (AFP) – Economic shock waves from the coronavirus outbreak have curbed carbon pollution from China and beyond, but hopes for climate benefits from the slowdown are likely to be dashed quickly, experts say. As governments prepare to spend their way out of the crisis, including with large infrastructure projects, global warming concerns will be […]

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  • War On Meat: Methane Warming Exaggerated By 400%

    • Date: 07/03/20
    • Barry Brill, Watts Up With That

    The IPCC’s AR5 estimated the global warming caused by a tonne of livestock methane would be 28 times that of a tonne of carbon dioxide. New research destroys that estimate. The war on meat has been gathering pace amongst our Western elites. The Economist makes a detailed case for “plant-based food” in the interests of quelling climate change […]

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  • Legal Gaps And US Elections May Turn COP26 Into Damp Squib

    • Date: 05/03/20
    • GWPF & Climate Home News

    It’s beginning to dawn on the organisers of COP26, which will take place in November, that the international deadlock which has plagued these annual meetings since the Paris Agreement, is likely to solidify, threatening to turn the Glasgow meeting into yet another damp squib — as expected. Legal ambiguities in the Paris climate agreement and […]

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  • Climate Hysteria: Modern Doomsday Cult Is Threatening The Mental Health Of Millions Of Children

    • Date: 03/03/20
    • Reuters

    One in five children are having nightmares about climate change, according to a British survey on Tuesday, as students globally stage protests over a lack of action to curb global warming. About 17 percent of children in Britain said worries about climate change were disturbing their sleep while 19 percent said these fears were giving them nightmares. […]

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  • Meet The 19-Year-Old ‘Anti-Greta’, Who Warns Thunberg’s ‘Alarmism’ Must Be Stopped

    • Date: 02/03/20
    • The Sunday Telegraph

    Noami Seibt agrees that human activity is a factor in global warming, but believes that impact has been overstated. She rejects the notion that she’s a climate change denier, saying critics use the label as “a way to shut down people on the other side”. With her slight frame, long blonde hair and converse trainers, […]

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