• Question the Dogma: Guy Faulkner’s climate sceptical song

    • Date: 01/09/21
    • Guy Faulkner

    Guy Faulkner has been a semi-professional musician and composer all his life. He is ‘very unhappy with the climate debate – because there isn’t one. Dissenting views are excluded. I have found the ‘cancel culture’ mentality particularly upsetting, hence my song ‘Question the dogma’ I’ve eaten too much, drunk too much,What can I say about […]

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  • Bruno Prior: Employment for economists

    • Date: 21/08/21
    • Bruno Prior

    Justifying make-work investment and jobs is employment for economists. We’d be better off without. There was some incredible news a couple of weeks ago: We used to think that the Low Carbon and Renewable Energy sector was worth around £42bn annually, supporting around 200,000 jobs and 66,000 businesses. But with a different methodology, kMatrix estimate […]

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  • US Democrats & the fever dreams of Climatistas

    • Date: 08/07/21
    • Steven Hayward, Power Line

    The US Democrats failed to pass their climate agenda in a Senate with a majority of 60 Democrats. What makes them think they can pass it through the House and then a Senate with only 50 Democrats?  Cast your mind back to around 1999 or so. I think it was that year that the Sierra […]

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  • Patrick Michaels: The death spiral of American academia

    • Date: 11/06/21
    • Patrick J Michaels, Climate Etc.

    In the academy the free interchange of competing ideas creates knowledge through cooperation, disagreement, debate, and dissent. Kaufmann’s landmark study proves that the last three in that list are severely suppressed and punished. The pervasiveness of such repression may be a death sentence for science, free inquiry, and the advancement of knowledge in our universities. […]

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  • Truth or consequences: global warming consensus thinking and the decline of public debate

    • Date: 07/06/21
    • Geoffrey Weiss and Claude Roessiger, Climate Etc.

    The so-called debate about the causes and effects of anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is a notable irony. Rather than a forum for free disputation, AGW has in recent years become the site of a consensus equating majority opinion with truth—leaving little, if any, room for debate. After all, doesn’t everyone but a misguided few agree […]

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  • Ross Clark: The boiler ban fiasco and the true cost of net zero

    • Date: 26/05/21
    • Ross Clark, The Spectator

    How long before the target of making Britain net-zero by 2050 has to be dropped, or at least made non legally-binding? Politically it must have seemed an easy promise for Theresa May to make in the dying days of her premiership: to commit Britain to a legally-binding target of achieving net zero emissions by 2050, […]

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  • Fritz Vahrenholt: Climate Dawn

    • Date: 25/05/21
    • Fritz Vahrenholt, Tichys Einblick

    Frank Hennig, known to many readers of Tichys Einblick as a commentator on German energy policy, has produced a book on the fundamentals of energy supply and the conflict between nature and climate protection. A review by former Hamburg Senator for the Environment Fritz Vahrenholt Anyone who has read this book by Frank Hennig will […]

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  • How China fuels Southeast Asian coal boom

    • Date: 22/05/21
    • Radio Free Asia

    Coal is falling out of favor across the developed world because of concerns over pollution and climate change, but it remains a growing energy choice in many parts of Southeast Asia driven by Chinese investment. While many markets, including the United States, Europe, and East Asia, shift away from coal, Chinese banks, energy and construction companies remain […]

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