• Decarbonisation plans put Conservatives on ‘collision course with British families’

    • Date: 02/07/21
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    Electoral disaster faces Tories if they press ahead with costly new green taxes Government plans to add a carbon tax to the cost of personal transport fuels and household heating will be an electoral disaster for the Conservatives. Millions of households are now facing the prospect of a dramatic rise in the cost of living. […]

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  • Cost of Net Zero measures is ‘putting homeowners off’ as sales for insulation and solar panels fall

    • Date: 29/06/21
    • iNews

    Households interested in installing green home measures such as extra insulation and heat pumps are being put off by the high cost of low-carbon technology, new research suggests.   Online searches for terms such as “how much are heat pumps” and “where to buy insulation” jumped in 2020, but the rising consumer interest did not translate into higher sales. In […]

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  • ‘Prepare for the populist backlash, if Net Zero becomes an elite project’

    • Date: 27/06/21
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    As public discontent and concerns over the astronomical costs of Net Zero keep growing, green Tories are beginning to fret that they may soon be facing a disastrous political backlash. In the Sunday Telegraph, the UK’s former energy minister, Chris Skidmore, is unnerved by this likely prospect and warns that the Net Zero agenda will […]

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  • UK environment minister rejects anti-meat demands by Climate Change Committee

    • Date: 27/06/21
    • The Sunday Telegraph

    Britain can achieve its climate change goals without lecturing people to eat less meat, the Environment Secretary has said, as he pushed back on calls to change diets and tax burgers. The Government’s climate change advisers this week said not enough was being done to encourage people to cut a fifth of their meat consumption […]

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  • Clueless on Net Zero cul-de-sac

    • Date: 25/06/21
    • GWPF & The Times

    Today’s Times editorial reveals its absolute cluelessness about the looming economic and political cul-de-sac Boris Johnson and his government find themselves in as a result of their utopian Net Zero agenda. On the one hand the Times warns that achieving Net Zero ‘can be ruinously expensive’ and cites Steve Baker’s warning that burdening working families with its astronomical costs […]

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  • Unelected climate advisers attack Boris Johnson for putting COP26 at risk

    • Date: 24/06/21
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    The UK’s Climate Change Committee has attacked Boris Johnson for failing to deliver on cutting CO2 emissions, warning that his failure is putting COP26 at risk. The time has come to abolish this unelected group of eco-activists. The unelected climate activists and green energy lobbyists who run the Climate Change Committee have turned the institution […]

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  • Britain set to approve new oil and gas projects despite COP26 climate conference

    • Date: 23/06/21
    • The Times

    Ministers are set to approve a new North Sea oil and gas project months before Britain hosts a global climate change conference in Glasgow. Under proposals submitted to the government, developers behind the Cambo heavy crude field off the coast of the Shetland Islands expect to extract 150 million barrels of oil — roughly equivalent […]

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  • GB News scrutinises the cost of Net Zero

    • Date: 17/06/21
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    As UK news media reported about new claims that climate policies are increasing the risk of catastrophic blackouts, Britain new broadcaster GB News scrutinised some of the costs and policies of the Government’s Net Zero agenda.  In the run-up to Andrew Neil’s interview with the Chancellor of the Exchequer last night, GB News interviewed Andrew Montford and […]

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