• Economic growth is bad for the climate, Europe’s Science Academies claim

    • Date: 30/10/20
    • GWPF & The Daily Telegraph

    Europe’s main science academies reveal their anti-growth agenda Europe faces a catastrophic economic crisis and tens of millions of redundancies as a result of the political measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, there is growing tension among policy makers between saving the economy and economic growth and saving Europe’s costly climate agenda. […]

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  • Disillusioned climate activists call on EU to retract its ‘dirty’ farming policy

    • Date: 25/10/20
    • France 24 News

    Thousands of climate activists have added their names to a new campaign spearheaded by Greta Thunberg, asking the European Commission to retract a farming policy that they say would make it impossible to reach the EU’s climate goals.  The Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has called on her followers to sign an open letter to EU leaders after […]

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  • ‘Death sentence on nature’: European Parliament accused of killing Green Deal

    • Date: 23/10/20
    • The Independent

    Members of the European Parliament have been accused signing “a death sentence” on nature, the climate and small farms after they rejected a series of eco-friendly reforms. MEPs voted against proposals to cut subsidies for factory farming and to protect grasslands and peatlands – a major storage reservoir of greenhouse gases. One critic said the vote on the EU agriculture reform package would […]

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  • Irish farmers revolt: Carbon Tax rises a ‘vicious attack on rural Ireland’

    • Date: 20/10/20
    • The Independent

    Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael face a rural backlash as rural voters are left counting the cost of the latest carbon tax hike in last week’s budget. There has been intense criticism of the hike from farm organisations and rural TDs. IFA farm business chair Rose Mary McDonagh said farmers do not have an alternative […]

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  • East Antarctica was up to 6°C warmer than today during Medieval Warm Period, new study

    • Date: 19/10/20
    • Kenneth Richard, NoTricksZone

    As recently as 2,000 to 1,000 years ago, East Antarctica was so warm (~6°C warmer than present) that its lakes were filled with 60 to 80 meters more meltwater than exists in lake basins today. Thermal legacy of a large paleolake in Taylor Valley, East Antarcticaas evidenced by an airborne electromagnetic survey Resistivity data suggests […]

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  • India, China and the US are the biggest climate sceptics, new global survey reveals

    • Date: 15/10/20
    • Environmental Journal

    India, China and the US are the biggest climate sceptics despite being three of the world’s biggest producers of emissions, according to a new survey conducted across 142 countries.  Climate change is widely understood as offering an existential threat to life on earth (sic), however, a new survey conducted by global charity Lloyd’s Register Foundation […]

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  • How Dare You!

    • Date: 08/10/20
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    A critical and satirical look at the history — and mounting threat — of climate hysteria and environmental chicanery. The Global Warming Policy Forum is proud to announce the publication of How Dare You!, a collection of columns by the National Post’s Peter Foster. Over the past 20 years, Foster has written over 1600 columns […]

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  • What If Nature Itself Has The Means To Moderate Climate Change?

    • Date: 03/10/20
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian

    There is a big “what if” buried at the heart of Climate Change: The Facts 2020. What if nature has a special way of using the sun, cosmic rays, water vapour and clouds to regulate the temperature of the planet? What if these processes have already been explored but too hastily dismissed? Do they deserve […]

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