• The threat of left-wing bias in universities

    • Date: 16/06/21
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    In this short but important essay, Patrick Michaels, himself the target of campaigns by politically motivated colleagues, reviews the successful campaign by left-wing extremists to force those on the right of politics out of universities. He paints a pessimistic picture of the future of US academia, warning that it risks becoming irrelevant. The essay can […]

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  • German government warns of dangerous water pollution and public health threat from heat pumps

    • Date: 03/06/21
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 3 June – In light of a public health warning by the German government, the Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) is calling on Boris Johnson to halt the planned rollout of heat pumps and to undertake an environmental impact assessment before rushing into a public health fiasco. In recent days, the German Federal Environment […]

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  • No sign of a climate emergency

    • Date: 29/05/21
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    A new review of weather and climate data based on observational data from 2020 finds little evidence to support the idea of a “climate emergency”. The annual report, by Professor Ole Humlum, reviews a wide range of temperature and weather data, as well as records on sea-level, storms and ice and snow cover. Temperature records for […]

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  • Landmark study casts doubt on controversial theory linking melting Arctic to severe winter weather

    • Date: 12/05/21
    • Science Magazine

    Even after the massive sea ice loss expected by midcentury, the polar jet stream will only weaken by tiny amounts—at most only 10% of its natural swings. Every time severe winter weather strikes the United States or Europe, reporters are fond of saying that global warming may be to blame. The paradox goes like this: […]

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  • Why we need ‘red team’ scrutiny of climate science

    • Date: 08/05/21
    • Jonathan Tennenbaum, Asia Times

    Koonin suggests that a first red team review might consist of close public scrutiny of the IPCC’s forthcoming Sixth Assessment Report, or the next US National Climate Assessment, expected in 2023. A new book is a must-read for anyone concerned about the increasingly radical measures nations are being pressured to adopt in response to the […]

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  • Peter Ridd: New fraud allegations deepen global science scandal

    • Date: 07/05/21
    • Dr Peter Ridd, Australia

    An extraordinary expose by Science magazine reveals a deepening research scandal James Cook University (JCU), based next to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has been at the forefront of claims that extra CO2 is dangerous to coral reef fish. CO2 supposedly changes fish behaviour including making them * lose their ability to smell predators and become […]

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  • Plastic pollution: Chinese scientists identify polythene-eating bacteria

    • Date: 02/05/21
    • South China Morning Post

    Chinese scientists say they have identified a blend of marine bacteria that appears capable of breaking down polythene, one of the most ubiquitous plastics on the planet and source of much of the pollution in the world’s oceans. While the plastic-eating qualities of bacteria are already well known to the scientific community, the research by the Institute of […]

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  • Scientists blame Brazilian Amazon for contributing to global warming

    • Date: 01/05/21
    • AFP

    The Brazilian Amazon released nearly 20 percent more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere over the last decade than it absorbed, according to a stunning report that shows humanity can no longer depend on the world’s largest tropical forest to help absorb manmade carbon pollution. From 2010 through 2019, Brazil’s Amazon basin gave off 16.6 billion […]

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