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  • British Industry Faces Green Energy Cost Crisis – And It Is Set To Grow

    • Date: 30/10/17
    • Jillian Ambrose, The Daily Telegraph
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    Behind the political battles over household bills lurks a far greater energy cost crisis. It risks damaging British industry and undermining attempts to boost productivity after Brexit. Households are paying more for clean power than they should, but official data shows UK bills are still below average compared to the EU. The picture is more […]

  • Benny Peiser: What I Told Cambridge University’s Spoiled Green Students

    • Date: 29/10/17
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    Cambridge Union debate ‘This House would rather cool the planet than warm the economy’   Cambridge Union,  26 October 2017   Madame President, ladies and gentlemen I am opposing today’s motion because I regard it as perhaps the most inhuman and amoral motion ever proposed at the Cambridge Union.   Let me explain. Let’s translate […]

  • The Rise Of Red-Green Fascism: British Universities May Censor Student Reading

    • Date: 29/10/17
    • The Sunday Times
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    Universities are considering the insertion of warnings into books and even moving some off open library shelves altogether to protect students from “dangerous” and “wrong” arguments. The proposal could hit books by climate-change sceptics, feminists, eugenicists, creationists, theologians and Holocaust deniers. It will generate new controversy over free speech at British universities, where speakers have […]

  • The Do-Gooding Rich Make Poor Pay For Their Green Follies

    • Date: 29/10/17
    • Editorial, The Sunday Times
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    Britain’s green energy policy has been a significant policy failure. In August the government commissioned the Oxford academic Dieter Helm to conduct an independent review into Britain’s energy market. At the time it was thought by some to be an alternative to the government’s manifesto commitment to impose a price cap on domestic energy bills. […]

  • The BBC’s Very Selective Regret

    • Date: 28/10/17
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph
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    You can safely bet that the BBC will never apologise for grotesque breaches of its legal obligation to report only with “accuracy and impartiality” when it comes to green energy. The BBC last week won headlines for its “apology” that an interviewer on Radio Four’s Today programme had failed to challenge a rather reckless claim by […]

  • Bjorn Lomborg: The Global Paris Climate Failure

    • Date: 28/10/17
    • Bjorn Lomborg, New York Daily News
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    President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris accord prompted a resolute response from other world leaders: The deal would go ahead without the U.S.A. But the threat to climate success doesn’t just come from Trump’s White House ignoring climate change. It also comes from leaders left in the Paris accord, who are unwilling to […]

  • Global Oceans Continue To Cool

    • Date: 28/10/17
    • Ron Clutz, Science Matters
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    September Sea Surface Temperatures (SSTs) are now available, and we see downward spikes in ocean temps everywhere, led by sharp decreases in the Tropics and SH, reversing the bump upward last month. The Tropical cooling in particular factors into forecasters favoring an unusually late La Nina appearance in coming months.   HadSST is generally regarded […]

  • Green Madness: Germans Are Getting Paid To Leave The Lights On All Day

    • Date: 28/10/17
    • Daily Caller
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    Germans may get paid to use as much electricity as they can Sunday as Germany’s utility companies try to drain power from the grid to deal with a spike in wind energy production. Wind turbines across the country are expected to produce 39,190 megawatts of electricity at 7 a.m. Sunday, a new record. That level of output […]

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