• Paris Pack Of Cards Face Collapse

    • Date: 08/09/18
    • Clark Cross, The Conservative Woman

    The usual mantra of the climate-change alarmists  is ‘time is running out to save the planet’. Well, I am pleased to adapt this to ‘time is running out to save the Paris Agreement’. The cosy consensus, if there ever was one, on reducing greenhouse gases is falling apart. Australia’s new energy minister, Angus Taylor, has made […]

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  • Walter Russell Mead: Anti-Capitalist Climate Campaigners Have Failed

    • Date: 04/09/18
    • Walter Russell Mead, The Wall Street Journal

    The problem isn’t climate-change denial. It’s doubt that climate activists have the answers. Last week French environmental minister Nicolas Hulot, once a prominent supporter of President Emmanuel Macron, threw in the towel. “I don’t want to lie anymore. I don’t want to create the illusion that my presence in the government means that we are […]

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  • Christopher Booker: Political Earthquake Triggers Climate Policy Change Down Under

    • Date: 02/09/18
    • Christopher Booker, The Sunday Telegraph

    Something so extraordinary has lately been going on at the other end of the world that, if it did not run so flatly contrary to the prevailing groupthink of our time, it would surely have made big headlines over here. We may have gathered that there has been something of an earthquake in the politics […]

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  • From Twitter Mobs To The Moral Police, The Decline Of Free Speech Is Society’s Gravest Threat

    • Date: 30/08/18
    • Allister Heath, The Daily Telegraph

    The decline of free speech is now the greatest threat facing Britain and the West. Without the freedom to think freely, to question, to disagree, we are nothing. When will we finally have the courage to rise up and put the new totalitarians back in their box? Never before has it been so easy to […]

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  • Scotsman’s skua scare skewered

    • Date: 29/08/18
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF

    The Scotsman’s Ilona Amos is a journalist who catches my eye from time to time, usually because of some feeble global warming scaremongering she has published. Her story today is a case in point. According to her article, “food shortages caused by climate change could wipe out rare Arctic skuas in Scotland”. Her source, she […]

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  • New Australian PM Already Under Pressure On New Coal Power

    • Date: 28/08/18
    • Geoff Chambers, The Australian

    Whether it’s marginal seats in Queensland, western Sydney or Victoria, the message is clear: voters want action on energy prices, not emissions targets. Scott Morrison previously declared new coal-fired power stations wouldn’t be able to generate electricity at “the same price as old coal-fired power stations”. The new Prime Minister — who took a lump […]

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  • Andrew Bolt: Can Australia’s New PM End Liberals’ Civil War?

    • Date: 24/08/18
    • Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun

    Scott Morrison today became Australia’s seventh prime minister in 11 years, without asking voters or even giving a single interview to tell us why he should get the job. That alone will deepen public disgust with Australian politics, but for Morrison the first challenge is this — will his win end the civil war that’s […]

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  • If Trudeau’s Climate Policy Seems Absurd, That’s Because It’s Not Actually About Climate

    • Date: 21/08/18
    • Matthew Lau, Financial Post

    The fastest increases in prosperity and cleanliness in human history were supported by private industry, not corporate welfare and green subsidies. “Around the world, businesses, governments and experts agree that carbon pricing is the cheapest and most efficient way to cut carbon pollution,” recently tweeted Catherine McKenna, Canada’s environment and climate change minister. If what […]

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