• New Book: Climate Policy Cart Led Climate Science Horse

    • Date: 23/11/17
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    New history of global warming science reveals that discovery of man-made influence was a political demand.   London, 23 November 2017. A new book on the origins of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the global warming movement reveals that the 1995 discovery of ‘discernible’ evidence for a man-made influence on climate was a response to […]

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  • No, Trump’s Immigrant Grandfather Wasn’t A ‘Climate Change Refugee’

    • Date: 22/11/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    Media outlets are using the findings of a new study to make the totally baseless claim that President Donald Trump’s immigrant grandfather was likely a “climate change refugee.” “Prevailing climatic conditions, crop yields and cereal prices were “significant with explanatory power between 22 and 38%” of emigration from southwestern Germany to the U.S. during the […]

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  • U.N. Climate Projects, Aimed at the Poorest, Raise Red Flags

    • Date: 21/11/17

    A landmark pledge seven years ago by the world’s richest nations to spend billions to help developing countries tackle climate change seemed like a godsend for Kiribati, the Pacific island nation threatened by rising seas. The result of that promise was the Green Climate Fund. But Kiribati — like many of the poorest countries most vulnerable to climate […]

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  • Germany’s Green Energy Dream Is In Danger Of Falling Apart

    • Date: 20/11/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s attempt to form a new government failed on Monday, marking the first time in decades that majority political parties have been unable to form a governing coalition. If no coalition forms, Germany may be forced to hold new elections. But one casualty of Germany’s ongoing political crisis could be the country’s […]

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  • Germany In Crisis As Coalition Talks Collapse Over Climate Hysteria And Migration

    • Date: 20/11/17
    • AFP

    Berlin – Chancellor Angela Merkel was left battling for political survival on Monday after high-stakes talks to form a new government collapsed, plunging Germany into a crisis that could trigger fresh elections. While the Green Party demanded to phase out coal power and combustion-engine cars, the conservatives and FDP emphasised the need to protect industry […]

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  • The Inconvenient Truth Behind MIT’s Study Linking Hurricane Harvey To Global Warming

    • Date: 15/11/17
    • Michael Bastasch. The Daily Caller

    A new study is making waves in the media, claiming to finally address the question of man-made global warming’s role in Hurricane Harvey’s record-setting rainfall. There’s one huge caveat: the scientists didn’t actually study Hurricane Harvey itself. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professor Kerry Emanuel, a renowned hurricane expert, and his colleagues published their findings on Monday, claiming […]

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  • Climate Champion China Leads The World … To Record CO2 Emissions

    • Date: 13/11/17
    • Financial Times

    Stronger Chinese economic growth will push global greenhouse gas emissions to a record high in 2017 after remaining flat for three years, dashing tentative hopes of a turning point in the world’s efforts to curb climate change. A new report by the Global Carbon Project, an international research consortium, predicts that carbon dioxide emissions from […]

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  • German Greens Drop Car And Coal Policies In Coalition Talks With Merkel

    • Date: 08/11/17
    • The Guardian

    Decision to drop key issues welcomed by other negotiating parties but criticised by some supporters  Angela Merkel is followed through a glass corridor by the Green party co-leader Katrin Göring-Eckardt during the coalition talks. Photograph: Filip Singer/EPA Germany’s Green party has agreed to compromise on key environmental issues in talks between parties hoping to form […]

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