• UEA Refused To Share Information On Climate Research

    • Date: 31/03/10

    The university at the centre of the ‘climategate’ scandal behaved in a “reprehensible” manner by refusing to release research behind the science of global warming, according to MPs. The House of Commons science and technology committee said the “blunt refusal” of the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia (UEA) was against […]

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  • Climate Change Act Delay Urged To Allow Airport Expansion

    • Date: 30/03/10

    The Government should suspend its Climate Change Act to allow it to go ahead with a third runway at Heathrow, former Chancellor Lord Lawson of Blaby said. The prominent Tory global warming sceptic made his comments following a setback the Government received in the High Court last week. Campaigners against the expansion plan claimed a […]

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  • Corporate Carbon Scepticism On The Rise, Report Claims

    • Date: 30/03/10

    Recent climate science scandals have led to increased scepticism among business about the benefits of carbon emissions reductions, as has the lack of perceived progress at the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference in December, according to report out today. In the latest annual sustainability research series ‘After Copenhagen: Business And Climate Change’ from the Economist Intelligence […]

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  • Climate Campaign May Ground Britain’s Economy

    • Date: 28/03/10

    Campaigners will seek to block airport expansion across Britain following a High Court judgment which criticised the government’s decision to build a third runway at Heathrow. Environmental groups linked to Stansted, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester and a string of other airports hope to use the ruling to launch fresh challenges against plans for mass growth in […]

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  • Britain Gridlocked By Climate Act

    • Date: 26/03/10
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    Judge rules against Heathrow expansion over climate change concerns – Campaigners declare victory in case that could have major implications for all future carbon intensive projects. Environmental groups this morning claimed victory in their fight to block the proposed expansion of Heathrow airport after a High Court judge ruled that the government’s case for a third […]

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  • Chief Climategate Investigator Failed To Declare Eco-Directorship

    • Date: 24/03/10

    The peer leading the second Climategate enquiry at the University of East Anglia serves as a director of one of the most powerful environmental networks in the world, according to Companies House documents – and has failed to declare it. Lord Oxburgh, a geologist by training and the former scientific advisor to the Ministry of […]

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  • Science Museum Adopts Climate Agnosticism

    • Date: 24/03/10

    The Science Museum is revising the contents of its new climate science gallery to reflect the wave of scepticism that has engulfed the issue in recent months. The decision by the 100-year-old London museum reveals how deeply scientific institutions have been shaken by the public’s reaction to revelations of malpractice by climate scientists. The museum […]

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  • Hunt for ‘Rogue Trader’ Over Recycled Carbon Credits

    • Date: 21/03/10

    A tiny London trading firm is at the centre of a shadowy chain of international deals involving the carbon market’s first “rogue trader”. A mystery investor made a £1.8m profit last week by selling invalid carbon permits to unwitting buyers in Europe — which caused a temporary trading freeze at two of the main carbon trading […]

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