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  • The Baker-Shultz Carbon-Tax Plan Is a Bad Deal for Americans

    • Date: 14/02/17
    • Rupert Darwall, National Review Online
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    The fact that it’s being proposed by Republicans doesn’t make it any more economically palatable. Madness is rare in individuals — but in groups, parties, nations, and ages it is the rule — Friedrich Nietzsche Cap and trade was just one way of skinning the cat; it was not the only way,” Barack Obama declared […]

  • Ukraine May Declare Energy Emergency Over Coal Shortage

    • Date: 14/02/17
    • Tsvetana Paraskova, OilPrice.com
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    Ukraine’s government is considering declaring a state of emergency in the energy sector due to severe shortage of coal deliveries from the conflict-torn Donbas region, which produces a large part of the coal that Ukraine’s power-generating plants consume, Ukraine’s Unian agency reported on Monday. “The issue of the introduction of a state of emergency in […]

  • California Dam Crisis Leaves Power Market Short of Big Hydro

    • Date: 14/02/17
    • Bloomberg
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    A crippled spillway is threatening to submerge an entire region of northern California after a recent deluge of rain. And the state’s power market may already be feeling it. As state officials rush to repair an emergency spillway for the Oroville dam — just 150 miles (241 kilometers) north of San Francisco — an 819-megawatt […]

  • New Report Lays Out How Trump Could Withdraw The U.S. From Paris Agreement

    • Date: 14/02/17
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller
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    A new congressional report lays out the various ways President Trump could withdraw the U.S. from a United Nations agreement to cut greenhouse gas emissions. The Congressional Research Service (CRS) found Trump may “unilaterally withdraw” from the so-called Paris agreement “without seeking approval from the legislative branch. Then-President Barack Obama signed the agreement in 2016, […]

  • American Meteorologist Sacked For Having The Wrong Views

    • Date: 14/02/17
    • David Abel, Boston Globe
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    Mish Michaels, a U.S. meteorologist, lost her job as a science reporter at WGBH’s show “Greater Boston” last week after colleagues raised concerns about her views on vaccines and climate change. Mish Michaels, U.S. meteorologist and science reporter They observe changes in the atmosphere like astronomers study the stars, analyzing everything from air pressure to water […]

  • Massive Flood In California After Two Decades Of Drought

    • Date: 13/02/17
    • The Deplorable Climate Science Blog
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    One hundred fifty-five years ago, California had a massive flood after two decades of drought. The only things different were that CO2 was below 300 PPM, they didn’t have Jerry Brown for governor, and the state wasn’t populated by tens of millions of morons who believe droughts and floods are caused by other people’s SUV’s. […]

  • Green Energy Policies Blamed For Price Rises

    • Date: 12/02/17
    • Nathalie Thomas, Financial Times
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    UK households face a 42 per cent rise in the amount they pay to support government green energy initiatives, according to an analysis by one of the UK’s big independent power suppliers. Consumers help fund the provision of smart meters that reduce electricity use and subsidy schemes to encourage low carbon technology through their energy […]

  • David Whitehouse: Data, Deflection And The Pause

    • Date: 12/02/17
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor
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    David Rose’s splendid and significant article in last week’s Mail on Sunday certainly caused a stir. The initial reaction, mostly distractions, have been easily dealt with by David Rose in this week’s installment. One of the points raised concerned a paper submitted to the Journal of Climate by Huang et al. It is about the […]

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