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  • Hail Shale: U.S. CO2 Emissions Continued To Decline in 2016

    • Date: 03/10/17
    • Energy In Depth
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    The latest annual edition of “Trends in Global CO2 Emissions” by PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency and the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) contains good news for the world as a whole, and for the United States in particular. The report is the third this year to find that overall world carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions have […]

  • Arctic Sea Ice Remarkably Stable Since 2007

    • Date: 02/10/17
    • Ron Clutz, Science Matters
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    Arctic ice extent has been fairly stable since 2007 and is now 500.000 square kilometres (193,000 sq miles)  higher than 10 years ago. September daily extents are now fully reported and the 2017 September monthly results can be compared with years of the previous decade.  MASIE showed 2017 exceeded 4.8M km2  and SII was close […]

  • Chief Science Adviser Attacks Scientists’ Political ‘Arrogance’ And Academic ‘Over-Hype’

    • Date: 01/10/17
    • Times Higher Education
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    The chief science adviser to the prime minister of New Zealand has accused scientists of “hubris” and “arrogance” when they comment on government policy. Chief Science Advisor, Professor Sir Peter Gluckman Sir Peter Gluckman, who also chairs the International Network for Science Advice to Governments, levelled a series of sharp criticisms at researchers and science organisations […]

  • How Climate Scientists Mislead The World About The Great Barrier Reef

    • Date: 01/10/17
    • ABC News & Daily Telegraph
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    Reports by scientists that climate change has damaged the Great Barrier Reef beyond repair have been greatly exaggerated. Once again, climate alarmists have ignored the science of  coral bleaching which is a regular El Niño-linked occurrence and regularly leads to post-El Niño recovery. Optimism is rising among scientists that parts of the Great Barrier Reef that were severely […]

  • To Understand Solar Activity And Its Terrestrial Impact, One Has to Know The Past

    • Date: 30/09/17
    • Alexei A. Pevtsov and Frédéric Clette, EOS
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    Solar activity waxes and wanes in 10- to 11-year cycles; this is now general public knowledge. However, we know this only because of existing long-term records. Thanks to these histories, we also know that properties of solar cycles vary on timescales of 100 years and even longer. Thus, some of the most important processes on […]

  • Red Line On Green Taxes: German Liberals Demand Abolition Of Green Energy Levy

    • Date: 30/09/17
    • PV Magazin
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    Energy policy is likely to become one of the most challenging issues in German coalition negotiations for a so-called Jamaica coalition between CDU, CSU, FDP and the Green Party. In an interview, the Treasurer of the Free Democratic Party (FDP) outlines his party’s red lines on energy and climate policy. In the aftermath of Germany’s […]

  • Could Germany’s Green Energy Disaster Bring Down Angela Merkel?

    • Date: 29/09/17
    • P Gosselin, No Tricks Zone
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    The split between Angela Merkel’s two potential junior coalition parties over Germany’s green energy disaster seems to be unsolvable. That could mean that the days of Angela Merkel may be numbered, and those of the Energiewende as well. Angela Merkel’s grand coalition government with the opposition SPD socialist party took a massive beating in last Sunday’s […]

  • Two Bankrupt Solar Companies Got Big Subsidies From Obama. Now They Want Protective Tariffs From Trump

    • Date: 29/09/17
    • Tim Panzarella, Reason Online
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    A bankrupt Chinese-owned taxpayer-subsidized company that’s asking for protection against Chinese imports. Two bankrupt green energy companies may be given new lives, thanks to the economic protectionism in the guise of “America First.” Suniva and Solarworld, like many companies in the renewable energy industry, have received millions of taxpayer dollars in the form of grants […]

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