• Was Margaret Thatcher The First Climate Sceptic?

    • Date: 08/10/19
    • Christopher Booker, The Daily Telegraph

    Margaret Thatcher was the first leader to warn of global warming – but also the first to see the flaws in the climate change orthodoxy A persistent claim made by believers in man-made global warming – they were at it again last week – is that no politician was more influential in launching the worldwide […]

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  • Boris Johnson Urges ‘Uncooperative Crusties’ To Stop Blocking London Streets

    • Date: 08/10/19
    • Associated Press

    Boris Johnson has called on Extinction Rebellion protesters to abandon their “hemp-smelling bivouacs” and stop blocking the streets of London. Mr Johnson was speaking at the launch in London of the third volume of Margaret Thatcher’s biography by the former editor of The Daily Telegraph, Charles Moore. He said the former British prime minister had […]

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  • Paul Homewood: Climate Emergency? Not Here, Not Now

    • Date: 01/10/19
    • Paul Homewood, The Conservative Woman

    Widespread claims that we are now living through a climate emergency or breakdown are just so much hot air. Earlier this year, the UK Parliament declared a climate emergency. They are not the only ones: half of the UK’s principal local authorities have done the same.  Meanwhile the Committee on Climate Change claims that extreme weather […]

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  • Net-Zero CO2 Emissions By 2050 Requires A New Nuclear Power Plant Every Day

    • Date: 30/09/19
    • Roger Pielke Jr., Forbes

    What makes achieving Net Zero by 2050 impossible is a failure to accurately understand the scale of the challenge and the absence of policy proposals that match that scale. More than a decade ago, Gwyn Prins and Steve Rayner characterized climate policy as an “auction of promises” in which politicians “vied to outbid each other with proposed […]

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  • Green Dreams Splutter: Europe’s East-West Divide

    • Date: 23/09/19
    • Balkan Insight

    Greens are feeling blue in Central and Southeast Europe. Green parties in former communist countries hope to ride the coattails of their more successful counterparts in Western Europe — but they have their work cut out for them. After watching their counterparts in Western Europe score record wins in European Parliament elections in May, nascent […]

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  • Eating Meat Is A ‘Crime Against Humanity’ And Should Be Banned Says Left-Wing Barrister

    • Date: 23/09/19
    • Daily Mail

    A leading barrister says eating meat could become illegal, because it is so bad for the environment. Michael Mansfield, the Left-wing lawyer known as ‘Moneybags Mansfield’ for his huge earnings from high-profile cases, is expected to call for a crime of ‘ecocide’ today. Mr Mansfield, a self-styled ‘radical lawyer’ who has represented the victims of the […]

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  • Another Green Con: Flawed Tests Inflate Range Of Electric Cars

    • Date: 21/09/19
    • The Times

    The system used to test electric cars should be overhauled because it exaggerates their range by up to a third, the government has been told. Few vehicles can travel further than 200 miles on a single charge, despite many manufacturers advertising far higher distances. Experts say that more accurate figures would help to address “range anxiety” — […]

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  • Electric Cars: Low Earners May Never Get To Own One

    • Date: 21/09/19
    • Deutsche Welle

    Lower-income groups, who can pick up a traditional used car for just a few hundred euros, risk being left out of the electromobility era altogether. Germany’s autobahns appear to be packed full of brand new Audis and Volkswagens, but nearly half of all cars are more a decade old. The country has never seen such […]

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