• The new Dust Bowl that even the BBC blames on green climate policies

    • Date: 01/12/20
    • Geoff Hill, The Conservative Woman

    In his novel The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck wrote about the US Dust Bowl of the 1930s and how families were driven off the land. It scored him a Pulitzer and was cited by the Nobel committee in awarding him the 1962 prize for literature. In the wake of the Great Depression, the Midwestern United […]

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  • A handy guide to going Green

    • Date: 28/11/20
    • Andy Shaw, Spectator Life

    Boris is hoping that the UK, in 2035, will not resemble today’s Havana, where old petrol cars are maintained, for decades, by enterprising mechanics. The government has announced their Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution. It will bring electricity to light homes, gas for cooking and cars to drive! You may think that we already […]

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  • Neil Collins: This green fantasy will bankrupt us

    • Date: 21/11/20
    • Neil Collins blog

    After a year when the UK economy has shrunk by a tenth, we cannot afford more government repression, even cloaked in greenery. It’s 2050. You wake in your cosy, insulated house, turn on the windfarm-powered lights, cook up a breakfast coffee on the hydrogen stove before jumping into your electric car. You whizz silently along […]

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  • African Lives Matter Too

    • Date: 17/11/20
    • CO2 Coalition

    New study shows how American clean coal technology can increase access to electricity and cut deaths from indoor air pollution Arlington, VA. The CO2 Coalition of 60 climate scientists and energy engineers today released a White Paper showing how American “high efficiency – low emissions” power plants can save lives in Africa. Only a third […]

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  • How clouds hold the key to global warming

    • Date: 03/11/20
    • Science under attack

    One of the biggest weaknesses in computer climate models – the very models whose predictions underlie proposed political action on human CO2 emissions – is the representation of clouds and their response to global warming. The deficiencies in computer simulations of clouds are acknowledged even by climate modelers. Yet cloud behavior is key to whether […]

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  • Age of Un-Reason: How fear and ignorance drives the green doomsday cult

    • Date: 31/10/20
    • Stop These Things

    If it looks like a cult and sounds like a cult, it’s a cult. The new ‘green’ religion is a world where the naïve and gullible seek salvation through the veneration of wind turbines – as if crucifixes – belief in “the science” has supplanted Scripture and ‘scientists’ peddling doomsday tales garner rapt attention, like […]

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  • Japan’s carbon neutral pledge looks like a load of hot air

    • Date: 28/10/20
    • Philip Patrick, The Spectator

    Given that Japan’s new prime minister Yoshihide Suga (71) and the rest of Japan’s reigning gerontocracy will probably be dead long before the carbon pledge is due, the whole thing is being taken with a pinch of wasabi. Japan’s new prime minister Yoshihide Suga is talking tough on climate change. Suga has promised that Japan […]

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  • Ross Clark: Why is the UK copying the EU’s failed agricultural policy?

    • Date: 23/10/20
    • Ross Clark, The Spectator

    The government has decided to continue to dole out billions to barley barons, grouse shoot-owners and other large landowners without any guarantee of public good.  With the UK looking likely to exit transition in December without a trade deal, there has been plenty of coverage of what life outside the bloc will mean for Britain. There has been […]

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