• Puffin’ Up The Global Warming Angle

    • Date: 04/06/18
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF

    Robin McKie, the Guardian’s science editor, has an article up about declines in British sea bird populations. Fair to say then that it’s pretty standard Guardian fare, not only because of the (allegedly) impending apocalypse, but also because of the lack of citations to back the alarming claims up. The claims about puffins are particularly […]

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  • Electric Vehicles Could Increase Net CO2 Emissions In India And China: IEA

    • Date: 30/05/18
    • Business Standard

    The International Energy Agency has said there will be a net increase in carbon emissions due to electric vehicles when considering life-cycle emissions in countries, like India and China, which have a carbon-intensive power generation mix. In its report on electric vehicle, IEA says under the New Policies Scenario, India will reach an 11 per […]

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  • Cities Vs. Big Oil: Judge Orders Plaintiffs To Find Benefits Of Fossil Fuels

    • Date: 29/05/18
    • OilPrice.com

    Judge William Alsup who is hearing a case brought by San Francisco and Oakland against five Big Oil companies, has given the plaintiffs and Chevron a homework assignment that suggests the end of the case may be near. The two municipalities and Chevron must evaluate the positive effects oil dependency has had on the U.S. economy. “We […]

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  • Tim Worstall: More Lies About Climate Change

    • Date: 24/05/18
    • Tim Worstall, Continental Telegraph

    I’m afraid so, we’ve yet another of these “scientific” reports insisting that we’re all going to end up boiling Flipper in the remains of the last ice floe. Entire, complete and gargling nonsense of course but they will keep repeating these claims. Earth’s climate could warm by as much as 4 degrees Celsius before the end […]

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  • How The Free Market Made US Government Regulations On CO2 Emissions Unnecessary

    • Date: 22/05/18
    • Hank Campbell, American Council on Science and Health

    In 2009 the U.S. government attended the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen and pledged to reduce overall greenhouse gas emissions 17 percent by 2020. To make it happen, the Obama administration directed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to lead the way starting with carbon dioxide (CO2) and that resulted in the Clean Power Plan (CPP) […]

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  • California’s Boneheaded Solar Remedy for Climate Change

    • Date: 15/05/18
    • Steve Chapman, Reason Online

    Good intentions can make for awful policies. In the world of government policy, two chief dangers always loom. The first is people with bad intentions using every available means to achieve their malignant goals. The second, more common but no less destructive, is people with the purest of hearts and the most boneheaded of methods. […]

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  • New Coal Boom In The Middle East

    • Date: 11/05/18
    • U.S. Energy Information Administration

    Countries in and around the Middle East will add 41 gigawatts (GW) of new coal-fired power plants over the next decade. Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, based on trade press and company press releases Planned coal-fired capacity additions from a number of countries in and around the Middle East will add 41 gigawatts (GW) of new […]

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  • Met Office Deny Scaife’s Claim To Have Briefed Govt About Beast From The East

    • Date: 07/05/18
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    The Met Office’s Adam Scaife’s claim that he forecast the Beast from the East, and warned the government about it, is completely untrue. Readers will recall the claim in The Times in March that the Met Office’s Adam Scaife had alerted ministers about the “Beast from the East” nearly a month before it happened: Britain’s […]

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