• President Trump May Set Up Climate Science Review If He Wins Elections – Will Happer

    • Date: 29/02/20
    • E&E News

    President Trump wants a climate science review where he might take center stage as host in front of a prime-time television audience, a former adviser said yesterday. Trump is also interested in bringing back a hostile review of climate science if he wins reelection, but he’s concerned that it would affect him in the general […]

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  • ‘Opportunistic Use Of Bushfires By Climate Alarmists’ Fails: Majority Of Australians Blame Hazard Reduction

    • Date: 26/02/20
    • Sky News Australia

    A recent Newspoll has found most Australians – 56 per cent – believe the main cause of the recent devastating bushfires was a lack of proper hazard reduction with 35 per cent saying it was due to climate change. The Institute of Public Affairs’ Gideon Rozner told Sky News host Gemma Tognini the “opportunistic use […]

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  • If They Are So Alarmed By Climate Change, Why Are They So Opposed To Solving It?

    • Date: 23/02/20
    • Michael Shellenberger, Forbes

    Nobody appears to be more concerned about climate change than Democratic presidential front-runner Bernie Sanders, student activist Greta Thunberg, and the thousands of Extinction Rebellion activists who shut down London last year.  Last year, Sanders called climate change “an existential threat.” Extinction Rebellion said, “Billions will die.” And Thunberg said, “I don’t want you to be hopeful” about climate […]

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  • Current Rate of Sea-Level Rise ‘Not Unprecedented’, New Study Finds

    • Date: 20/02/20
    • Kench, P.S., McLean, R.F., Owen, S.D. et al. Climate-forced sea-level lowstands in the Indian Ocean during the last two millennia. Nature Geoscience 13, 61–64 (2020)

    “Our data confirm that the current magnitude and rate of sea-level rise is not unprecedented.” Abstract: Sea-level reconstructions over the past two millennia provide a pre-industrial context to assess whether the magnitude and rate of modern sea-level change is unprecedented. Sea-level records from the Indian Ocean over the past 2,000 years are sparse, while records […]

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  • Bezos Bows To Activist-Employees’ Demands, Creates $10 Billion Climate Plan

    • Date: 19/02/20
    • The Daily Caller

    More than 1,000 Amazon employees walked off their jobs in September 2019 calling on Jeff Bezos to do more on global warming. On Monday the Amazon CEO bowed to their demands and announced a $10-billion plan to tackle what he says is the most important threat facing human beings: man-made global warming. Bezos is pressing […]

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  • Trump Administration Begins Work on Next National Climate Report

    • Date: 18/02/20
    • E&E News

    The next National Climate Assessment is beginning to take shape at a time when President Trump warned world leaders to reject “alarmists” and as his conservative allies make plans to intervene in the report’s preparation to question the findings of mainstream scientists. The Fifth National Climate Assessment is scheduled for release in 2022, about halfway […]

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  • Good News: Millennials Are The Biggest Climate Hypocrites

    • Date: 17/02/20
    • The Times

    Millennials often pride themselves on their eco-credentials while the baby boomer generation is accused of poor stewardship of the planet — but new research suggests otherwise. When it comes to reducing our carbon footprint, younger people fall short. They buy cheap clothes from Asos, ride Ubers rather than buses, have fast food sent via Deliveroo and eat […]

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  • We Have A Winner: Tallest Climate Tale of 2019

    • Date: 12/02/20
    • GWPF Competition

    We have been deliberating hard, and have decided upon a winner for our competition. At the start of the year, we asked GWPF readers to send us nominations for our search to find the tallest climate tale of 2019. You have not let us down, sending us in entries from around the world. An honourable mention […]

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