• Brussels Tells UK: Report To Us On Climate Change Or Forget Brexit Trade Deal

    • Date: 04/02/20
    • The Daily Telegraph

    Brussels negotiators are seeking to lock Britain into European Union rules on climate change as tensions rise over a future trade deal. The bloc wants Britain to sets up an independent watchdog to ensure it sticks to green commitments and it called on the UK to remain as part of its carbon trading market.  Boris Johnson […]

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  • Your bets have been placed

    • Date: 03/02/20
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF

    GWPF readers become more cautious on cooling We’ve now passed the deadline for entering the GWPF 2020 Global Temperature Prediction Competition. It’s fair to say there was a great deal of interest this year, with well over 300 entries received. The general theme among the punters of expecting a bit of cooling continues for another […]

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  • Drought

    • Date: 31/01/20
    • GWPF Factsheet 1

    Are droughts getting worse globally? The IPCC says it is hard to say (‘low confidence’) whether global drought has become better or worse since 1950. Figures from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) show no trend in the proportion of the globe in drought since 1950 (see Figure 1). Others have suggested a […]

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  • Greta Says Her ‘Demands’ Have Been ‘Completely Ignored’ In Davos

    • Date: 25/01/20
    • Daily Mail

    Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg said her demand at Davos that world leaders immediately stop investing in fossil fuels had been ‘completely ignored’ after she was branded ‘a joke’ by the US treasury secretary. In her speech at Davos, she told the world’s media that ‘our house is still on fire and your inaction is […]

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  • In Davos Facts Trump The Fears

    • Date: 22/01/20
    • Adam Creighton, The Australian

    The US President Donald Trump was the clear winner at the World Economic Forum at Davos, despite the best efforts of climate doomsayers. The theme for the World Economic forum in Davos this week is “Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World”. It’s a noble aim but one that’s looking increasingly unlikely. “Davos Man” — […]

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  • 2019 Temperature Prediction: We Have A Winner!

    • Date: 16/01/20
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    Each January, we invite our readers to predict what the average global temperature will be during the coming year, pitting themselves against the whizzkids at the Met Office, who also make a prediction each year. The 2018 competition saw GWPF readers emerge victorious, but this time round the boys from Exeter have done much better. […]

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  • The Inconvenient Facts on Australian Bushfires

    • Date: 15/01/20
    • Roger Pielke Jr, Forbes

    We live in a time where every extreme weather or climate-related event is immediately associated with human caused climate change. Such associations are often not really about the science of climate, but rather a symbol used to exhort in the political battle over climate change.  For instance, on one extreme there is Michael Mann, of […]

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  • After Climate Hysteria: Siemens Snubs Greta Thunberg And Will Honour Australian Coal Mine Deal

    • Date: 13/01/20
    • Bloomberg

    Siemens AG said it intends to honor a controversial contract to supply signaling systems to an Australian coal mine, defying the demands of activists that protested at locations in Germany on Friday. The company will establish a sustainability committee that will have the power to stop or escalate projects, but the company will ultimately continue […]

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