• Annual COP Ritual: UN Climate Talks Deadlocked As Rifts Among Countries Remain

    • Date: 14/12/19
    • Associated Press

    MADRID (AP) — Countries remained deadlocked Saturday in talks over combating climate change as U.N. talks dragged on beyond the official deadline with no end in sight. Chile’s environment minister, Carolina Schmidt, who is chairing the two-week talks in Madrid, urged officials from almost 200 countries to recognize the “overall balance” of the latest draft […]

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  • GWPF Congratulates Boris Johnson On Election Victory

    • Date: 13/12/19
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 13 December: The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has congratulated Boris Johnson on his election victory and hopes that a new parliament will be able, over coming years, to develop economically sound and technologically viable energy and climate policies. Once Britain has left the EU, the new government will have both the political mandate […]

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  • Boris Johnson Secures Crushing Election Victory

    • Date: 13/12/19
    • London Evening Standard

    Conservative Party makes huge gains by sweeping through traditional Labour heartlands Boris Johnson praised his Conservative Party for “pulling off” victory as he thanked Labour voters for putting their trust in him. The Prime Minister said he was “humbled” by the support of former opposition party backers as he delivered his victory speech in central […]

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  • David Bellamy, Britain’s Most Loved Naturalist With Unfashionable Views On Climate Change

    • Date: 12/12/19
    • Press Association

    Bellamy has died at the age of 86. David Bellamy was a prolific broadcaster and respected authority on botany and the natural world when, he says, his views on climate change led to him being banished from television. Flying in the face of prevailing orthodoxy, he dismissed global warming as “poppycock” and said there is […]

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  • SUVs Outsell Electric Cars by 37 to 1

    • Date: 11/12/19
    • Graeme Paton, The Times

    Efforts to cut vehicle emissions are being undermined because gas-guzzling sports utility vehicles are outselling electric cars by 37 to 1, according to research. A study due to be published today said that growing demand for large petrol and diesel-powered cars was making a mockery of attempts to promote green transport. Sales of electric cars have risen […]

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  • Mad Eco-Grinch: School Bans Children From Sending Christmas Cards To Protect The Climate

    • Date: 05/12/19
    • Sky News

    The headteacher of the primary school says the tradition is bad for the environment. A primary school headteacher has been branded a “grinch” after banning pupils from sending Christmas cards. Jonathan Mason, head of Belton Lane Primary School in Grantham, Lincolnshire, said the tradition was bad for the environment. However, parents said the move is […]

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  • Jeremy Clarkson Confirms He’s Still A Proper Climate Sceptic

    • Date: 30/11/19
    • GWPF & Jeremy Clarkson, The Sun

    The left-wing press and gullible eco-journalists have been cock-a-hoop over Jeremy Clarkson’s confession earlier this week that he now ‘believes in global warming’. Well, guess what? He’s still not sure what exactly is causing it or whether it’s such a bad thing after all. I WAS outed as a climate change enthusiast this week. And […]

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  • How Climate Change Is Dividing The UK In A Similar Way To Brexit

    • Date: 27/11/19
    • Sky News

    Combating climate change could be emerging as a new political fault line in the UK, a Sky Data survey has revealed. * Over half of Remainers agreed it mattered a great deal as a policy priority* Just over a quarter of Leave voters said they agreed* 67% of Leave voters said prioritising tackling climate change […]

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