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  • Global Warming: Who Are The Deniers Now?

    • Date: 22/09/17
    • Editorial, Investor's Business Daily
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    Global warming is “settled science,” we hear all the time. Those who reject that idea are “deniers.” But as new evidence trickles out from peer-reviewed science studies, the legs beneath the climate change hypothesis — that the earth was doing just fine until carbon-dioxide spewing human beings came along — is increasingly wobbly. A new […]

  • How The Debate On Climate Change Is Cooling Down

    • Date: 22/09/17
    • Marian L. Tupy, CapX
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    Apocalyptic warnings about the end of the world as we know it are as old as humanity itself, but recent news should give the doomsayers some food for thought and lower the temperature, so to speak, in the debate about global warming and its future effects on the planet. In a previous column, I noted […]

  • GWPF TV: Climate Hysteria Vs Hurricane Resilience

    • Date: 22/09/17
    • GWPF TV
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    Linking hurricanes to climate change is not based on empirical science and threatens to misdirect policies.   Hurricane Harvey was the first major hurricane to strike the USA since 2005. The storm made landfall in Houston, causing widespread damage, mostly from flooding. And then Harvey was followed by Hurricane Irma, which landed in Florida. The return […]

  • Germany’s $800 Billion Merkel-Made Climate Disaster

    • Date: 21/09/17
    • Bloomberg
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    Germany has spent some 650 billion euros ($780 billion) on subsidies for green power in recent decades. But the country’s climate targets “won’t be a near miss but a booming failure.” By 2030, the eastern German town of Poedelwitz will likely be razed to get at the rich veins of coal beneath its half-timbered houses. […]

  • Climate Models Run Too Hot: Settled Science Unsettled?

    • Date: 21/09/17
    • Ron Bailey, Reason Onlein
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    Climate computer model projections of future man-made warming due to human emissions of carbon dioxide are running too hot, says a fascinating new study in Nature Geoscience. Consequently, researchers reckon that humanity has more time to prevent dangerous future climate change than had been suggested earlier by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). This is really good […]

  • New Research Finds Periods Of Rapid Warming Linked To Biopolar Seesaw

    • Date: 21/09/17
    • Keel University
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    A kauri tree preserved in a New Zealand peat swamp for 30,000 years has revealed a new mechanism that may explain how temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere spiked several degrees centigrade in just a few decades during the last global ice age. Unexpectedly, according to new research led by scientists from Keele University and UNSW Sydney and […]

  • As Two Cities File Lawsuits, U.S. Supreme Court Will Have To Rule About Claims (And Counter-Claims) By Climate Scientists

    • Date: 21/09/17
    • The Wall Street Journal
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    Two Northern California cities filed separate lawsuits against five major oil companies Wednesday, asking state courts to force the companies to fund infrastructure the cities say is needed because of climate change. U.S. Supreme Court building The suits, filed by San Francisco and Oakland in state Superior Court, are among the first in which plaintiffs are seeking to force companies […]

  • Tony Abbott Claims Victory On Australian Govt’s CET Direction

    • Date: 20/09/17
    • The Australian
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    Tony Abbott has claimed victory in influencing the government’s direction on a clean energy target and confirms he will cross the floor if the Coalition attempts to increase subsidies for renewable technologies. Tony Abbott declared the backbench would “end up saving the government from itself”. Picture: AAP Declaring the backbench would “end up saving the […]

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