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  • Benny Peiser & Matt Ridley: Bad Weather Is No Reason for Climate Alarm

    • Date: 13/01/18
    • Benny Peiser & Matt Ridley, The Wall Street Journal
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    Events such as hurricanes and wildfires are too often blamed on our slowly warming, slightly wetter planet Two weeks ago, President Donald Trump greeted the cold snap that was gripping much of the U.S. by tweeting, “Perhaps we could use a little bit of that good old Global Warming.” He was criticized for confusing weather with […]

  • ‘Fracking Protesters Are Putin Puppets’

    • Date: 12/01/18
    • Alex Berezow, American Council on Science and Health
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    The much-anticipated intelligence report which concluded that Russia tried to influence the recent presidential election had another startling, yet widely ignored, conclusion: The Russian government promotes anti-fracking propaganda in the United States. Russia accomplishes this through its “news” network, RT, which promotes the Kremlin’s interests around the world. The report, issued by the Director of National Intelligence, […]

  • Germany Becomes The New Poster Child For Climate Change Hypocrisy

    • Date: 12/01/18
    • Nicolas Loris, The Daily Signal
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    “Do as I say, but don’t pay attention to what I actually do” is the trademark of climate change policy. Climate hypocrisy is nothing new. Celebrities cruise around the world in their private jets, eating filet mignon while telling you to pack a salad and bike to work to reduce your carbon footprint. So, color […]

  • OPEC Fears Oil Price Rally May Boost U.S. Shale Output

    • Date: 12/01/18
    • Reuters
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    Oil’s price rally this year to its highest since May 2015 may seem a source of glee for Opec, but some in the producer group fear the gains could prompt shale companies to crank open their spigots and flood the market. Benchmark Brent crude rose further above US$68 a barrel on Tuesday, supported by oil […]

  • Mark Perry: Keeping Fossil Fuels Underground Makes No Sense

    • Date: 11/01/18
    • Mark Perry, U.S. News
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    Even environmentalists should welcome the transition from coal to natural gas and reconsider their infatuation with renewables and efforts to keep fossil fuels in the ground. What would happen if climateers succeed in their campaign to keep fossil fuels in the ground? The experience of Walt Disney World in Orlando more than 40 years ago […]

  • Learning From an Extreme El Niño

    • Date: 11/01/18
    • Agus Santosoon, EOS
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    A recent paper in Reviews of Geophysics describes new scientific insights on the El Niño-Southern Oscillation from analysis of the 2015-2016 extreme El Niño. The El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle is a periodic change in the ocean-atmosphere system of the tropical Pacific Ocean but which has knock-on effects on weather around the world. In an article recently […]

  • Trump Repeats His Offer To Renegotiate The Paris Climate Accord

    • Date: 11/01/18
    • Reuters
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    President Donald Trump said on Wednesday his primary concern with the Paris climate accord was that it treated the United States unfairly and that if a better deal could be reached, Washington might be persuaded to rejoin the agreement. “It treated the United States very unfairly,” Trump said during a news conference with Norwegian Prime […]

  • US Crude Oil Production: Facts and Implications

    • Date: 10/01/18
    • Dr John Constable: GWPF Energy Editor
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    New data from the United States Energy Information Administration (EIA) reveals not only that rising domestic oil production in the US puts that economy in a good position to trade to advantage on the world’s energy markets, but also that it is shifting towards non-energy uses of hydrocarbons. The United States government’s Energy Information Administration […]

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