• David Davies MP Exposes Greta’s Climate Hypocrites

    • Date: 31/08/19
    • The Daily Telegraph

    A rock band who recorded a song with Greta Thunberg have been accused of hypocrisy over climate change by a Conservative MP as they prepare to travel around the world on tour. David Davies, the member for Monmouth, asked in a mocking letter whether the band will travel by train or by yacht with “mate” […]

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  • Media Ignores Michael Mann’s Court Loss — It Doesn’t Fit The Warmist Agenda

    • Date: 30/08/19
    • Editorial, Issues & Insights

    Last week, a Canadian court tossed out a lawsuit in which Michael Mann, the researcher who published the idolized hockey stick temperature chart, had sued another researcher for libel. Did the mainstream media run with this story? Of course not. That would ruin the narrative. Mann became famous for the chart, which showed temperatures running […]

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  • BBC Using Proms to Frighten Children About Climate Change

    • Date: 27/08/19
    • Hannah Furness, The Telegraph

    BBC’s nature Prom tells children they are in the midst of mass extinction to ‘amplify discussion’ When buying tickets for a classical music concert based on the lost words of nature, parents may have expected a simple, poetic celebration of bluebells, conkers and otters.  Families who attended the BBC Proms this weekend were instead confronted with catastrophic […]

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  • How To Lose The Climate War? Tell Britons They Can No Longer Own A Car

    • Date: 23/08/19
    • BBC News

    People will have to get out of their cars if the UK is to meet its climate change targets, MPs say. The Science and Technology Select Committee says technology alone cannot solve the problem of greenhouse gas emissions from transport. It says the government cannot achieve sufficient emissions cuts by swapping existing vehicles for cleaner […]

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  • Sir James Spooner (1932-2019)

    • Date: 21/08/19
    • Peerage News

    Sir James Spooner, who died 8 August, 2019, aged 87, was Honorary Treasurer of the Global Warming Policy Foundation; and a former chairman of Barclays Bank PLC and the supermarket Sainsbury’s. He was also is a former Director of John Swire & Sons, former Deputy Chairman and subsequently Chairman of the Royal Opera. He was […]

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  • Emerging From Darkness: Britain’s Mass Blackout Drives Push For Ever-Reliable Nuclear Power

    • Date: 21/08/19
    • Stop These Things

    It’s amazing how quickly millions of minds left freezing or boiling in the dark focus on the importance of having power as and when it’s needed. Wind and solar obsessed South Australians set the benchmark for blackouts and mass load shedding. Now the UK and had its first taste of the kind of grid chaos inevitably delivered when […]

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  • Rich ‘Eco-Sinners’ Can’t Buy Absolution Through Carbon Offsetting

    • Date: 21/08/19
    • Madeline Grant, The Daily Telegraph

    Celebrities should rein in the moralising zeal or their hypocrisy risks alienating ordinary people Sir Elton John has defended the Duke and Duchess of Sussex against accusations of hypocrisy after it emerged that the eco-conscious Royal couple had used private jets to fly to the south of France and Ibiza in two trips just days apart. He […]

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  • Former National Grid Director Says Britain Should Impose Limits On New Wind And Solar Farms To Avoid Blackouts

    • Date: 19/08/19
    • The Sunday Telegraph

    Ministers should impose limits on the construction of new wind and solar farms to help avoid a nationwide blackout, according to a former director of National Grid. Colin Gibson, who was power network director of Britain’s electricity system, claimed that some existing turbines and solar panels may have to be disconnected, and new developments restricted, […]

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