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  • 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

  • EPA Preparing Red Teaming On State Of Climate Science

    • Date: 01/12/17
    • E&E News
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    U.S. EPA appears to be close to unveiling its program to question mainstream research on global warming, referred to as a “red team” exercise, and several candidates for that role cast doubt on the extent of climate change at the Heritage Foundation yesterday. One theme they expressed is that carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels […]

  • Bali Volcano: Contributing to Global Warming, or Global Cooling?

    • Date: 01/12/17
    • William F. Jasper. New American
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    What impact, if any, will the continuing Agung eruption and other volcanic activity have on global warming? That is a matter of much debate, with scientific studies pointing to both a cooling and warming effect from the eruptions of the thousands of volcanoes that dot our planet. A view of Mount Agung is seen as […]

  • Green Lobbyists Are Scrambling To Save Their Subsidies From GOP Tax Reform

    • Date: 01/12/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller
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    The GOP tax plan looks like it could pass out of the Senate, a prospect that has green energy companies scrambling to save their tax subsidies. The Senate tax plan, which moved to a formal debate Wednesday, would make it harder for green energy companies to exchange their tax subsidies for financing. “Without tax equity financing, most […]

  • German Grid Agency Raises Wind Power Auction Prices To Avoid ‘Rupture’

    • Date: 30/11/17
    • Clean Energy Wire
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    Maximum support rate for onshore wind raised to ensure continuous expansion The maximum support rate for onshore wind power installations in Germany’s renewables auctions scheme has been raised to 6.3 cents per kilowatt hour to ensure competition among bidders and a continuous expansion of the energy source, the Federal Grid Agency (BNetzA) says in a press release. Without the […]

  • The Royal Society Of Climate Alarmism & Their Inventive Inventory Of More Bad News

    • Date: 30/11/17
    • Climate Scepticism
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    The Royal Society has produced a new report to try to maintain the climate scare, providing an update on the last IPCC report (AR5) that came out in 2013. Unsurprisingly, the main message is “it’s worse then we thought”. It’s in two parts, a document that summarises their main points in a non-technical way, starting off with “Climate change […]

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