• About Those ‘Green Energy’ Unicorns…

    • Date: 04/08/20
    • Michael Walsh, The Pipeline

    You think those baby unicorns grow on trees? Better think again. “Green” energy, in fact, comes with a very high price tag as this report from the Manhattan Institute makes clear: As policymakers have shifted focus from pandemic challenges to economic recovery, infrastructure plans are once more being actively discussed, including those relating to energy. Green energy […]

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  • Another nail in the LNT coffin

    • Date: 30/07/20
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF

    A favourite lie of the environmental movement takes another blow A few weeks ago, we at GWPF published a paper by Ed Calabrese and Mikko Paunio, about the linear no-threshold (LNT) model as applied to the harms caused by nuclear radiation. The LNT model encapsulates the idea that there is no safe level of radiation […]

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  • Oh Dear: Plug Pulled On French Electric Car Which Nobody Wants To Buy

    • Date: 29/07/20
    • Car Advice

    One of Australia’s cheapest electric cars – the Renault Zoe – has had its plug pulled after just 63 were sold over the past three years. Indeed, over the same period, Australians bought two-and-a-half times more Rolls-Royces (158), seven times as many Lamborghinis (457), and 12 times as many Ferraris (818) than Renault Zoe electric cars. In an online briefing with media, Renault […]

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  • We Need Free and Honest Debate on Climate Change Policy

    • Date: 28/07/20
    • Bjorn Lomborg, Los Angeles Daily News

    For a proper discourse on society’s challenges, we have always needed public forums, from the Pnyx in ancient Athens to the Independent Journal publishing the Federalist Papers. For better or worse, the New York Times has long been one of these important forums. Unfortunately, in recent years, the viewpoints allowed in the paper have rapidly declined, […]

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  • Climate Predictions: “It’s Worse Than We Thought”

    • Date: 15/07/20
    • Patrick J Michaels, Real Clear Energy

    As the temperature of the eastern U.S. normally reaches its summer maximum around the last week of July, every year at this time we are bombarded with tired “climate change is worse than we thought” (WTWT) stories. These stories take time to produce, from imagination to final copy to editing to publication, so they have […]

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  • Facts And Data Do Not Support ‘Apocalyptic Environmentalism’

    • Date: 06/07/20
    • Sky News Australia

    Radical environmental activists are scaring a whole generation of children to falsely believe the world is on the brink of an environmental apocalypse, according to environmental policy expert Michael Shellenberger. Full story

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  • What Impact Will the Covid-19 Crisis Have on the Green Movement?

    • Date: 03/07/20
    • The New Culture Forum

    We are told that as a result of the Covid-19 lockdown, the world is currently experiencing a cleaner environment — but how far will the Coronavirus crisis actually effect the “Green movement”? Or, to put it another way, will the world see more or fewer Greta Thunbergs? Joining Peter Whittle on #NCFCounterCulture panel are: * […]

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  • Down With Eco-Censorship

    • Date: 02/07/20
    • Spiked Editorial

    Forbes has censored Michael Shellenberger’s sensible critique of eco-alarmism. Michael Shellenberger, a lifelong climate activist and Time magazine ‘Hero of the Environment’, this week issued an ‘apology’ for 30 years of climate alarmism.  ‘On behalf of environmentalists everywhere, I would like to formally apologise for the climate scare we created over the last 30 years’, he wrote. ‘Climate […]

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