• Why Walking to Work Can be More Polluting Than Driving to Work

    • Date: 26/12/19
    • Richard B. McKenzie, The Library of Economics and Liberty

    Driving a small or moderate-size car and not having to replace burned calories saves more energy (and greenhouse gases) than walking when the extra calories expended are replaced. Which is more polluting—driving a mile to work or walking that mile? The easy answer is, of course, driving. Cars have tailpipes; people don’t. Far more energy […]

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  • Copenhagen – 10 Years On

    • Date: 18/12/19
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot of People Know That

    It’s the tenth anniversary of the Copenhagen Climate Accord, so let’s reflect on how things have progressed since. Emissions First, what the summit was supposedly all about, carbon dioxide emissions: BP Energy Review These have increased by 26% in the last ten years, and show no sign of peaking. Meanwhile, renewable has barely made a […]

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  • The Next Nuclear Plants Will Be Small, Svelte, and Safer

    • Date: 13/12/19
    • Wired

    A new generation of reactors will start producing power in the next few years. They’re comparatively tiny—and may be key to hitting our climate goals.  For the last 20 years, the future of nuclear power has stood in a high bay laboratory tucked away on the Oregon State University campus in the western part of the state. […]

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  • Greta Thunberg ‘Ignored’ By World Leaders At Climate Summit, Admits Protests Have Achieved ‘Nothing’

    • Date: 08/12/19
    • The Blaze

    Teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg was “ignored” by world leaders at the United Nations COP25 climate change summit in Madrid on Friday. Speaking with reporters, Thunberg said her calls for action on the climate have been ignored and admitted her protests have achieved “nothing.” “We have been striking now for over a year, and […]

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  • There is No Climate Emergency – The Truth That Drove a Lib Dem Doolally

    • Date: 28/11/19
    • Harry Wilkinson, The Conservative Woman

    AT A press conference last Wednesday, the European Parliament was told: ‘There is no climate emergency.’ This simple and demonstrable fact was too much to bear for one MEP, who decided to respond angrily with emotional metaphors rather than engage with the facts about climate change. The event was hosted by the European Conservatives and […]

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  • We’re All Going To Die: Alarmists In Our Midst

    • Date: 27/11/19
    • Steven Boykey Sidley, The Daily Maverick

    We are inundated daily with shock stories of climate-collapse-driven mass extinction and other dire horrors. But the reality is different — extrapolation of graphs into the future is a terrible idea in the face of human ingenuity and technological and societal change. We are all going to die. The raspy scream of headlines, op-eds, demonstrators, […]

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  • Climate Extremists ‘Extinction Rebellion’ Attacked For Being Too White, Too Rich

    • Date: 26/11/19
    • Emily Zanotti, The Daily Wire

    “The tactics of Extinction Rebellion are designed by and for middle-class, white Britain.” It’s impossible to be woke enough — and that’s a lesson extremist climate activists “Extinction Rebellion,” best known for disrupting traffic in major cities with “climate strikes,” grinding urban transit to a complete halt, is learning the hard way. The organization, which […]

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  • Absurd EU To Declare Climate Emergency While Forcing MEPs To Travel To France Every Month

    • Date: 26/11/19
    • Daily Express

    Members of the European Parliament will this week vote on whether to declare a “climate emergency” – after moving thousands of staff and their whole operation from Brussels to Strasbourg.  In a monthly act of environmental damage, the EU Parliament ups sticks and moves from its regular home in Belgium to the French town for […]

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