• Corin Taylor: Fracking Is Our Chance To Meet Britain’s Need For Gas

    • Date: 30/01/18
    • Corin Taylor, Yorkshire Post

    Britain’s onshore oil and gas industry enjoyed a landmark year in 2017. We now have eight operators ready to drill, we submitted numerous planning applications and environmental permits and hosted countless visits from our regulators. These are encouraging developments, but we face challenges too. Not just as an industry, but as a nation. As we […]

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  • Martin Morse Wooster: Politicizing The Environment Is Hurting Its Cause

    • Date: 28/01/18
    • Martin Morse Wooster, Philanthropy Daily

    Environmentalists should spend less time on social media and more time in the forest. They might then learn that protecting birds is more important than virtue signaling. If you’re wondering why the debate over the environment is as stagnant as the air on a sultry July day, think about the tactics the environmentalists have used […]

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  • George Will: The Decay Of Truth

    • Date: 25/01/18
    • George Will, National Review

    A new study looks at the diminishing role of facts and analysis in public life. It cannot be a sign of social health that the number of tweets per day worldwide exploded from 5,000 in 2007 to 500 million six years later. And this might be related, by a few degrees of separation, to the […]

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  • Holman W. Jenkins, Jr.: Climate Change Is the Liberal Non-Agenda

    • Date: 22/01/18
    • Holman W. Jenkins, Jr, The Wall Street Journal

    It is important for today’s liberals to create a smoke-and-mirrors sideshow over issues like climate change because they have no agenda. Fulfilling every stereotype of the phoney-baloney politician, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio last week sued the oil industry. His argument, that oil companies cause a public nuisance in the form of greenhouse gases, […]

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  • Rupert Darwall: Europe’s Energy Crack-Up

    • Date: 22/01/18
    • Rupert Darwall, National Review

    Europeans scold while the U.S. leads. Drugs, human trafficking, weapons. Violent fundamentalism and Islamic terrorism.” Was this President Trump talking about Africa at his recent White House meeting with congressional leaders? Nope: “The problems Africa face are completely different . . . and are civilizational,” France’s President Emmanuel Macron told a reporter from the Ivory Coast at last year’s […]

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  • The Climate-Change Doomsday Just Got Canceled

    • Date: 19/01/18
    • Editorial, Investor's Business Daily

    A new study published in the prestigious journal Nature finds that all those global warming doomsday scenarios aren’t credible. Not that you would ever know based on how little coverage this study is getting.   The study, published on Thursday, finds that if CO2 in the atmosphere doubled, global temperatures would climb at most by […]

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  • Lord Donoughue: Everyone Should Read Prof Paunio’s Hard-Hitting Paper On The Lancet Commission

    • Date: 18/01/18
    • Lord Donoughue, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    Professor Paunio has enjoyed a distinguished career in global public health, both in Europe and the USA. He has a proven record of countering medical falsehoods, based more on environmental propaganda than on scientific evidence. He certainly adds to that reputation in this hard-hitting and evidence-based paper. It focusses on two recent reports published (to […]

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  • The Price Of Green Madness: Why Is California The Poverty Capital Of America?

    • Date: 15/01/18
    • Kerry Jackson, Los Angeles Times

    Guess which state has the highest poverty rate in the country? Not Mississippi, New Mexico, or West Virginia, but California, where nearly one out of five residents is poor. That’s according to the Census Bureau’s Supplemental Poverty Measure, which factors in the cost of housing, food, utilities and clothing, and which includes noncash government assistance […]

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