• Perceptions of climate impacts at odds with scientific data

    • Date: 01/04/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    A new Savanta ComRes poll commissioned by the Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has revealed low levels of public awareness of key trends relating to climate change and international development.  The survey of British adults suggests that the public perceive the impacts of climate change to be more negative than the academic research would suggest. […]

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  • The Carbon Commissars are watching you! Companies face compulsory green auditors

    • Date: 19/03/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 19 March: The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has warned that company directors face the prospect of compulsory carbon commissars who will monitor and audit their every investment and activity.  The move to force mandatory reporting of energy use and CO2 emissions on private companies is draconian and intrusive, the GWPF warned.  The Department of […]

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  • Minister’s irresponsible statement on Cumbrian mine could cost the public tens of millions in the Courts

    • Date: 17/03/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 17 March: The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has criticised Kwasi Kwarteng, the Secretary of State for the Department of Business, for announcing that the government has essentially ruled out the Cumbrian coal mine. His action prejudices an independent inquiry the government has set up but which hasn’t even started to take evidence. Asked on the BBC’s […]

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  • GWPF welcomes Government plans to reform scientific advisory policy

    • Date: 16/03/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 16 March: The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has welcomed Government plans to review and reform the role of scientific advice over fears that scientists hold too much power in policy making. According to media reports, Government officials have admitted that they “bowed to” scientists too often, rather than appointing a so-called “red team” […]

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  • Enjoy: A Short History of Climate Alarm!

    • Date: 09/03/21
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    Enjoy our new paper that sets out a short history of climate scares. London, 9 March: A review published today by the Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) sets out the sad yet enlightening history of climate alarm and failed climate predictions. The paper, by climate writer Paul Homewood, looks back to the days before global […]

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  • REVEALED: The £1.3 trillion Net Zero cost estimate called ‘more realistic’ by Treasury, suppressed by government

    • Date: 05/03/21
    • Press Release, The Global Warming Policy Forum

    The government fought for two years against revealing what the Treasury has called a “more realistic” internal modelling estimate for the cost of Net Zero. The newly-revealed modelling estimated the net cost of Net Zero would be £1,275bn by 2050, with annual costs 40% higher in 2050, compared to the Committee of Climate Change (CCC) estimate that government officials […]

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  • ‘Cheap’ offshore wind power claims are false, data shows

    • Date: 19/02/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    Ministers and the media ‘must stop deceiving the public’ A new paper from the Global Warming Policy Foundation shows that the cost of offshore wind power is high and barely falling. GWPF is calling for ministers and officials to come clean with the public.  Since 2017, renewables advocates have argued that offshore wind power is now […]

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  • GWPF accuses Government of driving up electricity prices and energy poverty

    • Date: 15/02/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    The Global Warming Policy Forum has accused the government of being the main driver of energy poverty as its Net Zero agenda is making electricity ever more expensive for low-income families. Summary Climate policy costs are adding £10bn a year to energy bills, paid disproportionately by poorer people.  Electricity prices 40% higher than in the […]

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