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  • Where The Global Warming Debate Stands

    • Date: 04/12/17
    • John Hinderaker, Power Line
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    How volcanoes in the Antarctic could possibly be linked to any human activity is hard to imagine. It is entertaining to see a liberal scientist endorsing Noah and his ark. The scientific debate over Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming continues to rage. In my opinion, the realists are thrashing the hysterics, but for a more neutral […]

  • Green Madness: British Coal Power Plants In Line For £200 Million Back-Up Subsidies

    • Date: 03/12/17
    • The Daily Telegraph
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    Britain’s last remaining coal-fired power plants have lined up to compete for lucrative supply contracts in the early 2020s in a last hurrah before the Government’s coal power ban in 2025. Over 10GW of power capacity from six coal-fired plants have pre-qualified for an auction early next year to clinch supply contracts for 2021 to […]

  • 14 Climate Bullies Attack Susan Crockford For Telling The Truth About Polar Bears

    • Date: 02/12/17
    • Thomas Fuller, Climate Scepticism
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    The purpose of the attack on Dr Susan Crockford is not to communicate. It is to excommunicate. Canadian zoologist Dr Susan Crockford Consensus climate scientists have long been personal and damning in their criticism of those who don’t agree with them. They’ve threatened physical violence (Ben Santer: “Next time I see Pat Michaels at a scientific […]

  • OPEC Just Did American Shale Drillers A Big Favor

    • Date: 02/12/17
    • Bloomberg
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    OPEC and Russia just gave their most implacable foe, U.S. shale, an early holiday gift. As corporate boards for American oil explorers prepare to sketch out 2018 drilling budgets, Thursday’s historic agreement by Saudi Arabia, Russia and other major crude producers to extend supply caps for another year may prompt directors to spend more on […]

  • U.S. Shale To Surge After OPEC Extension

    • Date: 02/12/17
    • Nick Cunningham, OilPrice.com
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    Just as expected: OPEC and the group of non-OPEC countries led by Russia extended their production cuts for an additional nine months through the end of 2018. “It’s been a good long day… in fact, it’s been a great day,” Saudi oil minister Khalid Al-Falih said at the presser. “I’m pleased to announce the decision has been […]

  • Carbon Taxes Increase Global CO2 Emissions. Period.

    • Date: 02/12/17
    • Spencer P Morrison, National Economics Editorial
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    Not only does the logic show that carbon taxes in the West will invariably increase global CO2 emissions, but so does the empirical evidence. Largest interregional fluxes of emissions embodied in trade (Mt CO2 y−1) from dominant net exporting countries (blue) to the dominant net importing countries (red). Fluxes to and from Western Europe are […]

  • Global Warming: 2017 Sets New Record For Global Food Production

    • Date: 01/12/17
    • United Nations Food And Agriculture Organization (FAO)
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    Global cereal production in 2017 is forecast to surpass last year’s record levels. Global stocks of rice and coarse grains are also set to reach record levels. World cereal markets are likely to be comfortably balanced in 2017/18, with total supplies exceeding projected demand and inventories on the rise. Global cereal production in 2017 is forecast to […]

  • GWPF Podcast: Royal Society – It’s Worse Than We Thought

    • Date: 01/12/17
    • David Whitehouse & Benny Peiser, GWPF Podcast
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    David Whitehouse and Benny Peiser discuss the Royal Society’s new climate change (‘it’s-worse-than-we-thought’) update and how soon will the ‘ice apocalypse’ come? Click on image to listen to the latest GWPF Podcast

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