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  • New Book: Climate Policy Cart Led Climate Science Horse

    • Date: 23/11/17
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    New history of global warming science reveals that discovery of man-made influence was a political demand.   London, 23 November 2017. A new book on the origins of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the global warming movement reveals that the 1995 discovery of ‘discernible’ evidence for a man-made influence on climate was a response to […]

  • Low Auction Prices Increase Risk Wind Projects Will Not Be Realised, Wind Lobby Warns

    • Date: 22/11/17
    • Clean Energy Wire
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    The price drop at the onshore wind auction is good news for consumers and policymakers, but they increase the risk that the construction of wind energy projects will fall off a cliff in 2019 and 2020 in Germany, according to the Wind Energy Association (BWE). Citizen cooperative projects successful in the auction bet on technologies that are […]

  • Glacier Retreat Has Been Slowing During 2000-2016, Scientists Find

    • Date: 22/11/17
    • Kenneth Richard, No Tricks Zone
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    A new satellite-based estimate of glacier mass change for High Mountain Asia (HMA), the world’s third largest glacier conglomeration after Antarctica and Greenland, reveals a relatively modest retreat rate for the first 17 years of the 21st century. The results from Brun et al. (2017) indicate that HMA glaciers are nearly in balance for 2000-2016, contributing the […]

  • David Whitehouse: A Poor Analysis Of The Pause

    • Date: 22/11/17
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor
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    A new paper in Nature Climate Change concludes that the so-called pause in global surface temperatures never happened. The paper has been mentioned in a few media outlets. It claims that new data from the Arctic makes the pause go away – and so it seems until you look at the paper in a little more detail […]

  • No, Trump’s Immigrant Grandfather Wasn’t A ‘Climate Change Refugee’

    • Date: 22/11/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller
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    Media outlets are using the findings of a new study to make the totally baseless claim that President Donald Trump’s immigrant grandfather was likely a “climate change refugee.” “Prevailing climatic conditions, crop yields and cereal prices were “significant with explanatory power between 22 and 38%” of emigration from southwestern Germany to the U.S. during the […]

  • UK Made ‘Grave Strategic Errors’ In Hinkley Point Nuclear Subsidy Scandal

    • Date: 22/11/17
    • Financial Times
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    British MPs have urged the UK government to rethink the economic case for new nuclear power stations after making “grave strategic errors” in the Hinkley Point project. In a report published on Wednesday, the Commons public accounts committee accused the government of neglecting consumer interests and failing to push for a better deal with the […]

  • U.N. Climate Projects, Aimed at the Poorest, Raise Red Flags

    • Date: 21/11/17
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    A landmark pledge seven years ago by the world’s richest nations to spend billions to help developing countries tackle climate change seemed like a godsend for Kiribati, the Pacific island nation threatened by rising seas. The result of that promise was the Green Climate Fund. But Kiribati — like many of the poorest countries most vulnerable to climate […]

  • Rep Lamar Smith: An MIT Study Linking Hurricane Harvey Rainfall To Climate Change Is Alarmist Bunk

    • Date: 21/11/17
    • Rep Lamar Smith, Daily Caller
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    An article published last week by The Daily Caller, entitled “Here’s The Inconvenient Truth Behind MIT’s Study Linking Hurricane Harvey to Global Warming,” rightly exposes the major flaws in a newly-published Massachusetts Institute of Technology climate change study. The MIT study attempts to attribute rainfall during Hurricane Harvey to climate change. As expected, media outlets […]

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