• COP26 climate summit may have to be postponed again – or radically changed – due to Covid

    • Date: 31/03/21
    • Sky News

    Two government sources suggest the Glasgow summit might have to be delayed for a second time amid signs the pandemic is worsening in parts of the world. The COP26 climate change summit may have to be postponed or radically changed because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to government sources. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is battling […]

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  • Tim Flannery: A Profit of Doom on climate scaremongering

    • Date: 28/03/21
    • The Australian

    Tim Flannery’s numerous inconsistencies and false predictions never stop him from flogging his numerous books or curtail his appearances on the chat circuit. Admittedly it’s a living, and for Flannery, a lucrative one. A profit of doom you might say. On Tuesday, the Bureau of Meteorology forecast heavy rains for every mainland state and territory […]

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  • EU’s top court rejects effort to force tougher climate rules

    • Date: 26/03/21
    • Associated Press

    The European Union’s top court has rejected an effort by a Scandinavian youth group and eight families around the world to force the EU to set more ambitious targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions BRUSSELS — The European Union’s top court on Thursday rejected an effort by a Scandinavian youth group and families around the […]

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  • Ivo Vegter: How climate alarmists fuel climate denial

    • Date: 21/03/21
    • Ivo Vegter, Daily Friend

    By making apocalyptic predictions that don’t come true, and demanding a Marxist revolution to avoid them, climate change alarmists do not gain support. On the contrary. They create hard-boiled climate denialists, who will flatly reject any scientific arguments about climate, and any policies aimed at protecting the environment. ‘The end is nigh!’ is an age-old […]

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  • Dominic Lawson: The worst fallout from Fukushima was hysteria

    • Date: 14/03/21
    • Dominic Lawson, The Sunday Times

    Merkel’s hasty rejection of nuclear energy looks more unwise than ever Ayear after the colossal earthquake and tsunami that took the lives of 18,500 souls on the northeast coast of Japan on March 11, 2011, I visited the area. So efficient was the clean-up operation, there was no visible detritus from nature’s onslaught. Instead, I […]

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  • Europe’s Green Deal in trouble as Biden administration warns EU against carbon border tax

    • Date: 12/03/21

    Europe’s Green Deal and its planned carbon border tax are in serious trouble as the Biden administration raises concerns about its potentially disastrous fallout on international trade and relations. According to the European Commission the EU’s Green Deal and its 2050 Net Zero target are threatening the very survival of Europe’s industries unless a carbon […]

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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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  • Shyam Saran: Adaptation, not mitigation, should inform India’s climate strategy

    • Date: 08/03/21
    • Shyam Saran, The Indian Express

    At the climate change negotiation table, India needs to safeguard its interests and enhance its development prospects. Countries Across the world are gearing up for the 26th Conference of Parties (COP) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to be convened in November this year at Glasgow. The COP was originally scheduled to […]

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