• A Landmark US Climate Ruling Could Go Up In Smoke After Justice Kennedy Retires

    • Date: 01/07/18
    • Mashable

    President Donald Trump will select the next Supreme Court nominee, and it’s almost certain this individual will, at minimum, find Massachusetts v. EPA flawed or bad law. After 30 years on the Supreme Court bench, Justice Anthony Kennedy will leave the nation’s highest courthouse at the end of July. With Kennedy’s departure comes much uneasiness. One cause […]

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  • Climate-Based Shareholder Resolutions Have Zero Impact, New Study Finds

    • Date: 25/06/18
    • David Blackmon, Forbes

    A new study finds that the climate-based shareholder resolutions being so actively pushed by proxy advisory firms and their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)-based institutional investors have “no statistically significant impact” on a company’s bottom line, either positive or negative. The study, funded by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), was led by the highly-respected […]

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  • LEAKED: ClimateWorks Foundation $66 Million Campaign To Foist Climate Laws On Local Governments

    • Date: 25/06/18
    • Anthony Watts, Watts Up With That

    They planned to use all that money to influence local and state governments to enact climate laws, carbon trading, and put their tendrils even deeper into the deep state. This document, from 2016 is part of the cache of John Podesta emails (campaign manager for Hillary Clinton), is a meeting packet for an NGO called The […]

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  • Burning Wood As Renewable Energy Threatens Europe’s Climate Goals

    • Date: 23/06/18
    • Inside Climate News

    Scientists say a new EU policy on biomass is ‘simplistic and misleading’ and will increase CO2 emissions. U.S. forests are being turned into wood pellets to feed demand. The European Union declared this week that it could make deeper greenhouse gas cuts than it has already pledged under the Paris climate agreement. But its scientific […]

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  • A Conversation with Prof. Richard Lindzen

    • Date: 19/06/18
    • Watts Up With That?

    Richard Siegmund Lindzen is an American atmospheric physicist known for his work in the dynamics of the atmosphere, atmospheric tides, and ozone photochemistry. He has published more than 200 scientific papers and books. Prof. Richard Lindzen (in the middle), and his wife Nadine, in the company of Grégoire Canlorbe, in Paris in May 2018 From 1983 until his […]

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  • Total Failure Of The Climate Crusade

    • Date: 17/06/18
    • Anthony Watts, WattsUpWithThat

    Coal power has the same global energy share it had 20 years ago A couple of days ago, we noted that this year’s edition of BP’s annual Statistical Review of World Energy report on global energy use is out, and it contains one of the most telling charts about the failure of the climate crusade’s “war on coal” ever […]

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  • An Open Letter To The Geological Society

    • Date: 14/06/18
    • Howard Dewhirst FGS et al.

    Back in 2010, 43 fellows of the Royal Society wrote to its then president, Paul Nurse, to complain about the unscientific tone of the society’s messages on climate change. A few days ago, a group of 33 current and former fellows of the Geological Society wrote an open letter to their president in similar vein. […]

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  • Massive Climate Funding By Wealthy Foundations Failed To Sway US Public Opinion

    • Date: 08/06/18
    • Western Wire

    Despite more than $150 million being invested in messaging, polls show that the push has failed to register climate change as a top-tier policy concern for Americans. A recent study detailing how and where environmental philanthropic grants are allocated shows a lack of “intellectual diversity on the climate issue,” according leading political scientist, Roger Pielke, Jr. The study, […]

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