• The US Strikes Back Against Russia’s European Gas Empire

    • Date: 21/01/19
    • The Daily Signal
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    KYIV, Ukraine—With the Kremlin tightening its grip on the European energy market, the U.S. has hardened its opposition to a controversial Russian gas pipeline, which is currently under construction through the Baltic Sea to Germany. A section of the EUGAL natural gas pipeline is laid into the ground near Anklam, Germany. Once completed, the pipeline […]

  • EU May Miss Another Climate Target

    • Date: 21/01/19
    • EurActiv
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    EU energy consumption is rising despite targets to reduce demand across Europe. It’s 1992. The Republicans have been in the White House for 12 years. President George H. W. Bush Sr. has overseen victory in the Cold War and a wave of optimism for the future is sweeping across the world. What could possibly unseat a […]

  • New Science Scandal Rocks Climate Research

    • Date: 20/01/19
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That
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    These findings should alarm anybody who believes in the integrity of science and peer review. Clearly the whole study is worthless, and the paper should be withdrawn. Study Claiming Insect Decline Due To Global Warming Is Based On Faulty Temperature Data. Many thanks to some real Sherlock Holmes work by Joe and Dave. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/jan/15/insect-collapse-we-are-destroying-our-life-support-systems The article […]

  • Tesla To Sack 7% Of Workforce To Save Company

    • Date: 20/01/19
    • CNBC
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    Tesla as a billion dollar debt coming due, and it could wipe out nearly a third of the company’s cash if the stock price doesn’t improve. About $920 million in convertible senior notes expires on March 1 at a conversion price of $359.87 per share. But Tesla’s stock hasn’t traded above $359 for weeks. If the shares are […]

  • New Study: Antarctica’s Shrinking Sea Ice Could Be Due To Natural Variability

    • Date: 20/01/19
    • Julie Arblaster, Gerald A Meehl, Guomin Wand, SBS News
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    Taken together, the evidence we present supports the idea that the rapid Antarctic sea ice decline in late 2016 was largely due to natural climate variability. Research has found that natural events could be to blame for Antarctica’s sea ice reaching record lows. Sea ice cover in Antarctica shrank rapidly to a record low in […]

  • Germany’s Coal Imports Rising After Domestic Mining Ends

    • Date: 20/01/19
    • Reuters
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     Germany is expected to import 45 million tonnes of hard coal this year, up roughly 1.4 percent from 2018 despite mounting competition from renewable energy, as the closure of domestic mines reduces domestic supply, importers said on Friday. The total would comprise an estimated 30 million tonnes for power generation and 15 million tonnes of […]

  • ‘Secret’ Pentagon Report: Climate Catastrophe Due Next Year

    • Date: 20/01/19
    • Paul Matthews, Climate Scepticism
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    Is it not rather worrying that the defence of the USA is in the hands of people who produce such garbage? A classic from the Guardian/Observer archives, from February 2004: The article is so absurd that it hardly needs any commentary. After explaining that Britain will be Siberian by next year according to a suppressed report, […]

  • We Have A Winner: Climate’s Tallest Tale 2018

    • Date: 18/01/19
    • GWPF
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    We asked you to nominate the wackiest climate stories of the year. You didn’t let us down. Before Christmas, we asked GWPF readers to send us nominations for our search to find the tallest climate tale of 2018. It’s fair to say that there was a lot of competition, with the catastrophe mongers across the […]

  • Britain’s Climate Policy In Tatters As Nuclear Power Projects Are Scrapped

    • Date: 18/01/19
    • The Times
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    Plans for a new generation of nuclear power stations are in disarray after a second company in two months announced that would stop work on the projects. Hitachi said yesterday that it was suspending its nuclear development programme in Britain, placing on hold plants at Wylfa Newydd on Anglesey and Oldbury-on-Severn in south Gloucestershire. The […]

  • Solar Activity To Blame For Jellyfish Surge

    • Date: 18/01/19
    • Malcolm Sutton, ABC Radio Adelaide 
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    A researcher has poured water on “emotive” claims that warming seas have spawned an abundance of jellyfish, and instead pointed the finger at a correlation with sunspot activity. PHOTO: The deadly Irukandji is the size of a fingernail. (Supplied: Lisa-ann Gershwin) Key points: Researcher says solar cycles correlate with jellyfish numbers Warming waters play a part in […]

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