• A New Run Of The CLOUD Experiment Examines The Direct Effect Of Cosmic Rays On Clouds

    • Date: 11/10/19
    • Ana Lopes, CERN

    “By the end of the CLOUD experiment, we want to be able to answer definitively whether cosmic rays affect clouds and the climate, and not leave any stone unturned.” CERN’s colossal complex of accelerators is in the midst of a two-year shutdown for upgrade work. But that doesn’t mean all experiments at the Laboratory have […]

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  • Extinction Rebellion Finally Subjected To Media Scrutiny

    • Date: 10/10/19
    • Gaia Fawkes

    Last night, Andrew Neil took Extinction Rebellion spokesman Zion Lights to task over her organisation’s alarmist claims and anti-scientific arguments. Lights was taken to task over the Extinction Rebellion claim that “billions of people will die over the next few decades”, eventually admitting that what they were saying did not fall within the scientific mainstream and disclosing that “unfortunately alarmist […]

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  • Fritz Vahrenholt: Let’s Not Commit Economic Suicide

    • Date: 08/10/19
    • Hamburger Abendblatt

    Prof Fritz Vahrenholt criticises the “exorbitant and hysterical climate debate” and warns against hasty policies. The chemist Fritz Vahrenholt is a pioneer of Germany’s environmental movement. His book “Seveso is everywhere” (1978) shaped the environmental debate for years. His environmental atlas “The State of the Nation” (1982) is considered a milestone. In 1984, at the […]

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  • German Government Waters Down Climate Bill

    • Date: 07/10/19
    • Deutsche Welle

    German government is preparing a law to fight climate change, but many of its elements have now been cut or scaled back, the Spiegel magazine has reported. The news comes ahead of an Extinction Rebellion rally. The final draft of the new climate protection law, set to be adopted by Germany’s government this week, has […]

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  • How The Sun Affects Temperatures On Earth

    • Date: 06/10/19
    • Conversations That Matter, with Stuart McNish

    An interview with Professor Valentina Zharkova on the affect of solar activity on terrestrial climate The sun is going through a stage known as a solar or Maunder Minimum. This is where the solar activity that ignites solar flares or sun spots has decreased. It’s a normal cycle and one that has been linked to […]

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  • The Next ‘Climate Change: The Facts’ Book — Towards A New Theory Of Climate

    • Date: 05/10/19
    • Jennifer Marohasy, Institute of Public Affairs

    As the editor of the last book, and the next book, in the Institute of Public Affairs’ Climate Change: The Facts series I spend a lot of time pondering the nature of ‘facts’. A fact is something that has become known as true.  A fact may be dependent on accumulated knowledge.  Facts are considered superior […]

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  • How Dairy You: Anti-Climate Policy Revolt Rocks Europe

    • Date: 02/10/19
    • The Blaze

    Farmers — tired of being blamed for climate change — drive tractor convoy to The Hague, causing record-breaking rush hour in the Netherlands Farmers in the Netherlands are ticked off over claims that they should be held responsible for nitrogen oxide emissions, so much so that police said 2,200 joined a convoy of tractors storming […]

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  • ‘There Is No Climate Emergency,’ Hundreds Of Scientists & Engineers Tell U.N.

    • Date: 01/10/19
    • Valerie Richardson- The Washington Times

    Lost amid the coverage of Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg at last week’s U.N. Global Climate Summit were the 500 international scientists, engineers and other stakeholders sounding a very different message: “There is no climate emergency.” The European Climate Declaration, spearheaded by the Amsterdam-based Climate Intelligence Foundation [CLINTEL], described the leading climate models as “unfit” and urged UN Secretary-General Antonio […]

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