• Reopen Climategate Hearings, Says UK Parliamentarian

    • Date: 11/07/10

    The UK Parliament was misled by East Anglia University when it conducted hearings into Climategate earlier this year, charges Graham Stringer, a scientist and prominent Labour Member of Parliament, in an article published yesterday in The Register, a UK science and technology journal. Dr. Stringer, a member of the House of Commons Select Committee on […]

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  • Greenest Government Ever Rejects EU Demand To Halt Deep Water Drilling

    • Date: 09/07/10

    The U.K. government Thursday rejected a call from a top European Union official that all deep water oil drilling should be suspended until the cause is known of the rig explosion that triggered a huge oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. “Unless we are satisfied that the emergency plans for all wells, and in […]

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  • Russell Review: What’s It Mean For The Bloke On The Bus?

    • Date: 07/07/10

    The University of East Anglia’s enquiry into the conduct of its own staff at its Climatic Research Unit has highlighted criticisms of the department and staff conduct – but clears the path for the individuals concerned to carry on. The CRU played an important role in writing the UN’s IPCC summaries on climate science, so […]

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  • Investigation Into Climategate Inquiries Announced

    • Date: 07/07/10

    The Global Warming Policy Foundation has criticised the Independent Climate Change Email Review for a lack of openness and transparency in its inquiry. In response, the GWPF has announced that it has commissioned its own investigation into the way the three Climategate inquiries have been set up, how they were conducted an how they arrived […]

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  • Obama Administration Prepares Legal Challenge Of UK’s Climate Tax Plan

    • Date: 05/07/10

    The coalition government’s plan to reform aviation taxes in order to better encourage airlines to cut carbon emissions could face a legal challenge after it emerged the US government has already begun lobbying against the move. The Sunday Times reported yesterday that the US embassy in London has privately called on the coalition to water […]

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  • UK Government Showers Wind Firms With $10 Million Giveaway

    • Date: 05/07/10

    The coalition may have been at pains to let everyone know that the government’s coffers are empty and as such the Labour era of industrial grants has come to an end. But it appears some sections of the low carbon economy can still expect to benefit from government largesse, just so long as they promise […]

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  • Bird Killers Switched Off

    • Date: 04/07/10

    A primary school has been forced to switch off a £20,000 wind turbine because it keeps killing passing seabirds. The rotary blades on the 30ft (9m) structure have struck at least 14 birds in the past six months. The turbine, at Southwell Community Primary School, Portland, was installed 18 months ago thanks to a grant […]

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  • More Scientists Join Global Warming Policy Foundation

    • Date: 02/07/10

    The Global Warming Policy Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to its Academic Advisory Council. This brings the total membership of the Council to 26. The new members of the GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council are: Professor Robert Carter Bob Carter is a Research Professor at James Cook University (Queensland) and […]

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