• New Records Expose Children’s Marches as Long-Planned Component of Climate Litigation Campaign

    • Date: 13/03/19
    • Climate Litigation Watch
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    Newly obtained public records reveal that the recruitment of young children for strikes and demonstrations are a long-planned component of the climate industry’s litigation campaign Newly obtained public records reveal that the recent wave of private “climate” litigation and state attorneys general (AGs) investigations was not only laid out behind closed doors seven years ago […]

  • U.K. Shale Gas Potential Seen as Good as the Best in the U.S.

    • Date: 13/03/19
    • Bloomberg
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    Britain’s shale gas production has the potential to be as good as the best performing shale basin in the U.S., the Marcellus Formation. That’s the central finding from the body responsible for promoting onshore gas exploration, which tested levels at three sites across the north of England. U.K. Onshore Oil and Gas increased the estimate […]

  • Russia’s Pipe Dreams Are Europe’s Nightmare

    • Date: 13/03/19
    • Dimitar Bechev, Foreign Policy
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    Putin’s plans to run the TurkStream pipeline through the Balkans won’t end well. In the ongoing showdown between Russia and the West, Russia has a trump card: natural gas exports. Despite chilly relations, in 2018, gas shipments from Russia to Europe and Turkey hit an all-time high of 201.8 billion cubic meters (bcm). And even as […]

  • On Climate, The Kids Are All Wrong

    • Date: 13/03/19
    • Paul H. Tice, The Wall Street Journal
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    And a band of ignorant brats shall lead them: Some things have hardly changed since 1212. In the summer of 1212, thousands of divinely inspired young people from across Catholic France and Germany took off to liberate Jerusalem from the Muslims. None made it to the Holy Land. Many died along the way or were […]

  • Unions Split With Democrats Over ‘Green New Deal’

    • Date: 12/03/19
    • The Washington Examiner
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    Trade unions are firing back against the progressive “Green New Deal” agenda and, in doing so, are revealing a split between left-leaning labor and climate advocates in the House and Senate. The “Green New Deal” is “not achievable or realistic,” read a letter from AFL-CIO energy committee heads Cecil Roberts, president of the United Mine […]

  • New Study: German Wind Turbines Kill 1,200 Tons Of Insects Per Year

    • Date: 12/03/19
    • Michael Krueger, Science Sceptical blog
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    A new study finds that around 1,200 tons of insects are killed p.a. by wind turbines in Germany alone In Germany, there are currently around 25,000 wind turbines installed. For some years now, it has been known that they do not provide environmentally friendly electricity, as countless birds and bats are killed by their rotor […]

  • Ireland: Parties At War Over Carbon Tax Increases

    • Date: 12/03/19
    • The Independent
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    Tensions between the “big two” parties over continuing Government co-operation have again surfaced – this time on the key issue of climate change and major hikes in the carbon tax. Fine Gael TDs and senators on a special all-party committee considering actions against climate change, whose report has been repeatedly delayed, say they suspect Fianna […]

  • Green Energy Wars May Bring Down Australian Government

    • Date: 12/03/19
    • The Australian
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    Barnaby Joyce and senior Nationals MPs have warned that the ­Coalition agreement could be severed over energy policy, setting up a showdown with city-based Liberal MPs fearing a voter backlash over coal in affluent blue-ribbon seats in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. After Scott Morrison yesterday rejected a push to fund new coal-fired power plants in […]

  • Fracking Could Cut Britain’s Gas Imports To Zero By Early 2030s

    • Date: 12/03/19
    • Reuters
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    LONDON (Reuters) – Fracking Britain’s shale gas reserves could cut the country’s imports of gas to zero by the early 2030s, an industry group said on Monday. Britain currently imports more than half of its gas via pipelines from continental Europe and Norway and through shipments of liquefied natural gas from countries such as Russia, […]

  • The Climate Debate Twenty Years Later

    • Date: 12/03/19
    • Master Resource
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    “Better climate knowledge about natural versus anthropogenic forcing seems to a decade away.” That was the major takeaway from a major 1999 climate conference in Houston, Texas… … as noted by Martin Cassidy of the Houston Geological Society, who  authored a conference summary, “Global Climate Change: Panel Agrees: ‘In 10 Years We Will Know‘.” In fact, one […]

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