• Ross McKitrick: Global Warming Predictions Have A Big, New Problem — A Reality Check

    • Date: 20/06/18
    • Ross McKitrick, Financial Post

    Looking at the Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity measurements, it might not get as hot some people seem to think One of the most important numbers in the world goes by the catchy title of Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity, or ECS. It is a measure of how much the climate responds to greenhouse gases. More formally, it is […]

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  • Pope Francis’s Misguided War on Fossil Fuels

    • Date: 19/06/18
    • H. Sterling Burnett, American Thinker

    A world without fossil fuels would be a much more brutal place. Until Pope Francis understands the vital role fossil fuels have and should continue to play around the world, he should stick to saving souls rather than pontificating over peoples’ energy choices. It seems that Pope Francis has learned little since his 2015 papal […]

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  • The Grenfell Disaster and The Problem Of Carbon Targets

    • Date: 14/06/18
    • James Heartfield, Spiked Online

    A web of new rules and regulations fed into the Grenfell disaster. Though the Grenfell Tower fire inquiry has only just begun, a leaked interim report makes clear that one of the principle reasons for the fire was the use of flammable cladding added to the outside of the building by the contractors Rydon. The cladding was […]

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  • Gay Alcor: Peter Ridd’s Sacking Pushes The Limit Of Academic Freedom

    • Date: 12/06/18
    • Gay Alcor, The Guardian

    James Cook University may have damaged its reputation with a heavy-handed approach to the academic with minority views on climate change and the reef  ‘The massive coral bleaching in recent years was no cause for concern, because coral grew back, [Ridd] claimed.’ Bleached coral on the Great Barrier Reef near Port Douglas, February 2017. Photograph: […]

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  • Andrew Montford: Why Britain Can Never Rely On Wind Power

    • Date: 11/06/18
    • Andrew Montford, The Spectator

    For the last ten days or more the UK has been becalmed. In theory, our windmill fleet should be able to generate 20 gigawatts of power, more than 50 percent of peak demand at this time of year, but with barely a puff of wind this month, it has been generating next to nothing. If […]

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  • Editorial: The Climate-Change Tort Racket

    • Date: 09/06/18
    • Editorial, The Wall Street Journal

    Liberals want to use racketeering laws to prosecute so-called climate-change skeptics. But the real conspiracy may be between plaintiff lawyers and Democratic politicians who have ganged up to shake down oil companies. San Francisco, Oakland, New York and Seattle have sued five global oil giants—BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips , ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell —for billions in future damages from climate change. Brass-knuckled […]

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  • Steven Hayward: Climate Change Has Run Its Course

    • Date: 05/06/18
    • Steven F Hayward, The Wall Street Journal

    Its descent into social-justice identity politics is the last gasp of a cause that has lost its vitality. Climate change is over. No, I’m not saying the climate will not change in the future, or that human influence on the climate is negligible. I mean simply that climate change is no longer a pre-eminent policy […]

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  • Myron Ebell: Trump Prefers Energy Dominance To Paris

    • Date: 04/06/18
    • Myron Ebell, Standpoint

    Staying in the Paris agreement would threaten to stymie President Trump’s ambitious plan to revive the American economy through deregulation and on the foundation of immense energy resources. Donald J. Trump has made many decisions since becoming President of the United States that have offended the permanent political establishment in Washington; and in foreign policy, […]

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