• Environment Agency Accused Of Making False Claims About UK Weather

    • Date: 20/06/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 20 June: The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has criticised the Environment Agency for claiming that the UK is no longer a wet and rainy country. A new report, The Great British Rain Paradox (1), has just been published, warning of potential water shortages in the UK in years to come. It claims that the major factor for this […]

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  • Green Haste Will Trash The Promise Of Hydrogen

    • Date: 19/06/20
    • Press Release, The Global Warming Policy Foundation

    London, 19 June: Desperate policy makers trying to reach Net Zero targets that are unaffordable and infeasible are rushing into the premature adoption of hydrogen as a last ditch attempt to save the current agenda. Faced with the task of eliminating carbon dioxide emissions while sustaining economic growth, the UK government, like others around the world, […]

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  • It’s All Over For The Green Blob’s Climate Billions Office

    • Date: 17/06/20
    • Ross Clark, Daily Mail

    Boris Johnson’s historic decision to abolish the standalone Department for International Development (Dfid) and roll its functions into the Foreign Office is long overdue.  Ever since David Cameron expanded Britain’s aid budget to 0.7 per cent of GDP, scandal after scandal has emerged about millions of pounds of hard-pressed UK taxpayers’ money being shovelled into dubious projects to […]

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  • Britain’s Dirty Secret Of Subsidised Wood-Fired Power Plants

    • Date: 15/06/20
    • The Times

    The government has committed £13 billion to support wood-burning power stations but a study has found that it is relying on an outdated assumption that they help to combat climate change. Biomass power plants, which burn wood, receive direct subsidies of more than £1 billion a year, according to an analysis published today by Ember, […]

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  • Britain Goes Nuclear As Rolls-Royce Triggers £250 Billion Mini Reactor Race

    • Date: 14/06/20
    • Mail on Sunday

    A consortium of British businesses led by manufacturing giant Rolls-Royce has submitted proposals to Ministers to accelerate the building of a new fleet of mini nuclear reactors in the North of England.  The plans, circulated in Whitehall ‘in the last few weeks’, could see construction of high-tech factories to build the small reactors begin by […]

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  • Green NGO Deletes David Attenborough Video Amid Racism Claims

    • Date: 12/06/20
    • The Times

    A conservation charity has apologised and deleted a video message by Sir David Attenborough in which images of Asian and white people are used in calling for lower population growth. The video showed Asian people bathing in a river and then showed bigger crowds of white people. In his voiceover, Sir David says we should […]

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  • Public Now More Concerned About Coronavirus Than Climate Change

    • Date: 09/06/20
    • The Global Warming Policy Forum

    A new opinion poll commissioned by The Global Warming Policy Forum has revealed that when asked about the overall impact on humanity, the British public are now more concerned about the coronavirus pandemic than climate change.  Carried out by polling company, YouGov, the results represent a massive swing in public opinion since 12thMarch, when the public […]

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  • China Threatens To Pull Plug On New UK Nuclear Plants

    • Date: 07/06/20
    • The Sunday Times

    Britain is on a collision course with China after Boris Johnson approved plans last week to build up alternatives to Huawei in the 5G network, a move that caused a heated cabinet split in the government’s most secret committee. China’s ambassador to the UK, Liu Xiaoming, has privately fired a warning shot at the government, […]

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