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  • Polar Bears Refused To Die As Predicted – False Prophets Are Angry

    • Date: 30/11/17
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science
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    The polar bear experts who predicted tens of thousands of polar bears would be dead by now (given the ice conditions since 2007) have found my well-documented criticisms of their failed prophesies have caused them to lose face and credibility with the public. Predicted sea ice changes (based on 2004 data) at 2020, 2050, and 2080 that […]

  • Never Trust Climate Alarmists: Great Barrier Reef More Resilient To Climate Change Than Previously Thought

    • Date: 30/11/17
    • The Daily Telegraph
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    Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is more resilient to climate change and better able to regenerate itself than previously thought, scientists have said. A new study has revealed a collection of 100 individual reefs spread throughout the 2,000 mile-long marine ecosystem that not only withstand warming seas and attacking starfish but also protect others. Although only constituting around […]

  • Heat Waves Blamed On Man-Made Warming, Cold Snaps Blamed On Natural Weather Events

    • Date: 29/11/17
    • The Weather Channel
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    Global weather phenomenon La Niña is being blamed for the Arctic blast which has gripped Britain. Several inches of snow have already fallen in Scotland and temperatures have plunged as low as -10C to coincide with the reported development of the La Niña system in the Central and Eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. Some experts believe La […]

  • Joe Oliver: Ranting About Climate Isn’t Good Policy, And Isn’t Convincing Anyone

    • Date: 28/11/17
    • Joe Oliver, Financial Post
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    We need to tone down the rhetoric and have an honest discussion based on verifiable science and the financial implications of green policies For the past two years, the federal Liberal government has incessantly proclaimed to Canada and the world its passionate commitment to fighting climate change. The reception has been mixed. Recently, Prime Minister […]

  • Green Madness: Ireland Faces €600 Million Fine For Missing EU Climate Targets

    • Date: 28/11/17
    • The Times
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    Ireland’s failure to tackle climate change was laid bare yesterday in a report that showed greenhouse gas emissions had risen by 7 per cent since 2015 despite policies aimed at reducing them. The country is likely to face multimillion-euro fines for failing to meet EU 2020 targets or will have to spend similar amounts buying […]

  • Bavarian Minister Kills Germany’s Grand Coalition On Glyphosate

    • Date: 28/11/17
    • Dirk Maxeiner, Achse des Guten
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    The EU’s vote for Glyphosate is a victory for reason and modern agriculture and a bitter defeat for the Green Panic Complex. German Minister of Agriculture Christian Schmidt (CSU) and Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) Politics is largely the art of playing with boundaries. A good example of this was provided by German Minister of Agriculture Christian […]

  • Germany’s Glyphosate U-Turn Angers Green Lobby

    • Date: 28/11/17
    • Politico
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    An EU vote approving the use of a controversial weedkiller for another five years triggered an immediate backlash from Paris and Rome, and is poisoning German politics on the eve of grand coalition talks. After more than two years of fierce political debate over whether glyphosate causes cancer, EU countries on Monday voted to renew the license […]

  • China’s Rising Coal Use Defies Forecasts

    • Date: 27/11/17
    • Radio Free Asia
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    China is gradually transforming its economy and patterns of energy consumption, but it may be decades before citizens see dramatic improvements in air quality, according to a recent report. The finding this month by the Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) came as an international group of climate scientists blamed an increase in China’s coal consumption […]

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