• BBC Climate Show: What David Attenborough Got Wrong

    • Date: 21/04/19
    • David Rose, Mail on Sunday

    Climate change is too important to be handled in this apocalyptic manner. It needs rational, well-informed debate. Too often, cheered on by the eco-zealots of Extinction Rebellion, the BBC is intent on encouraging quite the opposite. One of the most talked-about programmes of the past week – a primetime documentary on BBC1 – featured two […]

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  • Alberta’s new premier building ‘war room’ to counter green activist groups

    • Date: 20/04/19
    • The Globe and Mail

    Alberta’s premier-designate Jason Kenney says he plans to dip into the private sector as he staffs a campaign-style “war room” to push back against environmental groups and negative media coverage of the province’s oil industry. Mr. Kenney, who is preparing to be sworn in as premier April 30 after his United Conservatives won this week’s […]

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  • One of the world’s hottest countries remains cool about climate fears

    • Date: 19/04/19
    • Haaretz

    In a study on how climate change is viewed globally, Israel was found to be the least concerned country out of twenty-six countries surveyed, the Pew Research Center pointed out in analysis of its 2018 findings published Thursday ahead of Earth Day on April 22. The study found that only 38 percent of Israelis said they consider climate change […]

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  • Winning: Carbon Tax opponents keep on winning

    • Date: 17/04/19
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    Alberta’s United Conservative Party (UCP) won a landslide victory against the liberal New Democratic Party (NDP) Tuesday night. UCP Leader Jason Kenney’s first priority: repeal the province’s carbon tax. It’s the first time an Albertan government has been toppled after only one term in power, and it’s the third time in the last year conservatives […]

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  • Peter Ridd wins biggest victory on free speech in a generation

    • Date: 16/04/19
    • Institute of Pubic Affairs

    The Institute of Public Affairs has today welcomed the historic judgement in the case of Peter Ridd vs James Cook University (JCU) with Judge Vasta finding that Peter Ridd was wrongly dismissed by JCU. “This judgement should rightly send shockwaves through Australian universities regarding their commitment to academic freedom and how they deal with academics […]

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  • Former VW boss and four executives charged over ‘Dieselgate’

    • Date: 15/04/19
    • The Daily Telegraph

    Martin Winterkorn, the former Volkswagen chief executive, could face up to ten years in prison after German criminal charges were brought against him over the Dieselgate emissions scandal on Monday. The move came as it emerged that rival carmaker Daimler was under investigation by German authorities on suspicion of continuing to fit emissions-rigging software to […]

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  • Macron refuses to back US-EU trade deal over Paris Agreement – EU ignores him

    • Date: 12/04/19
    • Daily Express

    French President Emmanuel Macron has snubbed trade talks between Brussels and the US over Donald Trump ‘s dismissal of climate change policies. But the EU is going ahead with negotiations regardless because all the other 27 member states gave them the green light. The young Frenchman attempted to speak for all of Europe before stating […]

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  • Skeptics Press White House To Keep Proposed Climate Panel Independent

    • Date: 09/04/19
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times

    If you’re going to set up a presidential panel to review federal climate research, say supporters, it should probably consist of people other than federal climate researchers. Behind the scenes at the White House, however, the debate is playing out over whether to create a Presidential Committee on Climate Security stocked with independent scientific experts, […]

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