• Toby Young: We’re Facing A Tsunami Of Censorship

    • Date: 02/07/20
    • Toby Young, The Spectator

    It’s open season on mavericks and dissenters at the moment. If you publicly challenge any of the sacred nostrums of the social justice left and you work in a school, a college, a university, an arts company, a public broadcasting organisation, a tech company, a charity, a local authority or, indeed, Whitehall, you are at […]

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  • Cancel Culture: Forbes Censored Interview With Prof Nir Shaviv

    • Date: 02/07/20
    • Nir Shaviv, Science Bites

    The decision by Forbes to erase Michael Shellenberger’s climate apology was not the first time they censored a critical voice in the climate debate. Last year, they did the same thing: an interview with Professor Nir Shaviv, one of the GWPF’s scientific advisers, was removed by Forbes. Here he describes what happened. A few days […]

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  • Geoff Hill: Heart Of Darkness

    • Date: 30/06/20
    • Geoff Hill

    Be afraid of the dark You could have knocked me over with a candle. It was October 2017 and I was with a group of journalists quizzing US energy secretary Rick Perry on his first visit to Cape Town, when someone asked why Washington was spending billions on electricity plants in Africa. I expected a […]

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  • You Wait Ages For Good Publications on Climate Hysteria – Then 3 Come Along At Once

    • Date: 27/06/20
    • Charles Battig, American Thinker

    Three new publications by environmentalists with different degrees of eco-activism in their past, but all now willing to speak out against the incessant climate propaganda of human-related guilt, the purveyors of anxiety, and the poisoners of childhood joy and wonder.  First there was Michael Moore’s Planet of the Humans, then came Bjorn Lomborg’s False Alarm, and now Michael […]

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  • Samuel Furfari: The EU’s Green Deal Has A Legal Problem

    • Date: 25/06/20
    • Samuel Furfari, European Scientist

    The EU’s Green Deal seems to be in contradiction with the EU’s Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) Despite COVID-19, many in Brussels – including a green recovery alliance in the EU Parliament and 13 EU Environment Ministers – are pressuring the European Commission (EC) to pursue the rapid implementation of its Green Deal strategy. The EC’s vice-president is insisting […]

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  • Joel Kotkin: The Green Civil War

    • Date: 22/06/20
    • Joel Kotkin, Real Clear Energy

    In recent months, there has been growing criticism about the current green orthodoxy, including from people long associated with environmental causes. Like many contemporary social movements—#metoo, Black Lives Matter, the Women’s March—the environmental lobby has tended to create an atmosphere of unanimity. In its struggle to win public and elite opinion, it has frequently evoked […]

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  • Green Poverty: German Electricity Prices Have More Than Doubled Since 2000

    • Date: 15/06/20
    • No Tricks Zone

    Taxes, charges and levies have tripled since 2000. German government charges now account for more than half of the electricity price. German online site Stromreport writes that since the year 2000 the average electricity price for private households has risen from 13.94 to 30.43 euro cents per kilowatt hour (2019). German electricity prices for households are among […]

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  • Tilak Doshi: Remaking Post-Covid-19 Western Capitalism: Lessons For The East

    • Date: 10/06/20
    • Tilak Doshi

    For the billions of people that have newly emerged from poverty in recent decades and are beginning to enjoy the early fruits of economic growth and technological progress across Asia, Africa and Latin America – among the greatest achievements in human history – the West’s ideological crusade against capitalism and economic growth may seem self-indulgent […]

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