• Could Rising Land Slow Down West Antarctic Ice Melt?

    • Date: 22/09/18
    •  Valentina R. Barletta, Science Nordic
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    The West Antarctic ice sheet is sitting under water. This is key to understanding the evolution of the ice sheet and how the rising sea floor might even help to slow down ice melt in this part of Antarctica. The hidden landscape underneath the Antarctic ice sheet has a deep influence on how the ice […]

  • The Green Energy Act Is Dead. Let That Be A Warning To Green Politicians

    • Date: 22/09/18
    • Rex Murphy, National Post
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    All in all, it was the most staggering story involving hallucinations about windmills since the great Cervantes inscribed “The ingenious knight Don Quixote of La Mancha.” New wind turbine projects will be affected by the Ontario Liberal government canceling their green energy act to save money. Photograph taken on Tuesday September 27, 2016 near Strathroy, […]

  • Is Bloomberg-Funded Climate Lawyer Working Illegally?

    • Date: 22/09/18
    • Todd Shepherd, The Washington Free Beacon
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    Attorney was funded by Bloomberg to work on climate-related issues Michael Bloomberg / Getty Images A “special assistant attorney general” who has been working for Oregon’s Department of Justice, yet whose salary was being paid by Michael Bloomberg using a pass-through agency, is working in circumstances partially or completely contrary to Oregon law, according to […]

  • 30 Years Ago Officials Predicted The Maldives Would Be Swallowed By The Sea. It Didn’t Happen

    • Date: 22/09/18
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller
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    Environmental officials warned 30 years ago the Maldives could be completely covered by water due to global warming-induced sea level rise. That didn’t happen. The Indian Ocean did not swallow the Maldives island chain as predicted by government officials in the 1980s. In September 1988, the Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported a “gradual rise in average sea level […]

  • Businesses Losing Interest in Climate Reporting

    • Date: 21/09/18
    • Watts Up With That?
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    The Australian corporate regulator has warned of a substantial decline in the number of businesses including climate impact statements in their company reports. ‘Worrying’: Companies’ reporting of climate risks goes ‘backwards’ By Ruth Williams 20 September 2018 — 4:11pm The number of companies providing information about climate change and its risks in their annual reports has […]

  • The Inconvenient Truth Of Rising Coal Prices

    • Date: 21/09/18
    • Tim Treadgold, Forbes
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    Coal prices are not supposed to be rising as governments tighten environmental controls but that’s precisely what is happening at the premium end of the coal market where prices have soared. Over the past six months the price of top quality thermal coal exported from the Australian port of Newcastle has risen by 25% to […]

  • It’s All Over: Ontario Government Moves To Scrap Green Energy Act

    • Date: 21/09/18
    • National Post
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    TORONTO — The Ontario government has introduced legislation to scrap the Green Energy Act, which aimed to bolster the province’s renewable energy industry. Premier Doug Ford promised to repeal the act during the spring election campaign. The law was introduced by the previous Liberal government in 2009 under former premier Dalton McGuinty in a bid […]

  • Guy D. Middleton: ‘There Is No Archaeological Evidence For Global Civilisation Collapse’

    • Date: 21/09/18
    • Guy D. Middleton, Science
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    The International Commission on Stratigraphy recently announced the creation of a new unit in the scale of geological time, the Meghalayan Age, from 4200 years before present, or 2200 BCE, to the present. The Commission explains that this period began with a two-centuries-long megadrought that caused the collapse of civilizations in Egypt, Greece, Syria, Palestine, […]

  • Scientific Mega-Drama Over An (Alleged) Mega-Drought

    • Date: 21/09/18
    • Robinson Meyer, The Atlantic
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    The year’s most acrimonious scientific fight is a mega-drama over a mega-drought.   ASMAA WAGUIH / REUTERS This summer, the decree went out: We are living in a new geological chapter in the planet’s 4.5-billion-year history. For a certain corner of the world, this was big news. You have probably heard of the Jurassic period […]

  • Congrats To Renewable Energy – One Third Of US Households Struggle With Energy Bills

    • Date: 20/09/18
    • Tim Worstall, Continental Telegraph
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    The US Energy Department has just released a report detailing how some one third of US households struggle to pay their energy bills. This isn’t as much of a surprise as we might think given that energy policy these past couple of decades has been to make energy more expensive. Without the costs of renewables […]

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