• UK Set To Miss CO2 Targets

    • Date: 11/04/19
    • Air Quality News

    The UK is set to miss its carbon emissions targets starting from 2022 with its carbon budget shortfall set to worsen, the government has confirmed. Today the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) released a report (EEP 2018) updating its energy and emissions projections for the UK’s next three Carbon Budget periods which run into […]

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  • Climate Activists Oppose CO2 Air Capture

    • Date: 04/04/19
    • BBC News

    A technology that removes carbon dioxide from the air has received significant backing from major fossil fuel companies. But climate campaigners are worried that the technology will be used to extract even more oil. British Columbia-based Carbon Engineering has shown that it can extract CO2 in a cost-effective way. It has now been boosted by […]

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  • Scottish Parliament Rejects Call To Treat Climate Change As An Emergency

    • Date: 29/03/19
    • Hollyrood News

    Nearly all Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs) have voted down a call for the urgency of climate change to addressed by stopping the extraction of fossil fuels. There were six votes for and 111 votes against. All other parties rejected a Scottish Green motion to recognise a climate emergency by ceasing investment in oil […]

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  • Greenpeace And Other Secret Sources Funding Attack On UK’s Energy Security

    • Date: 25/03/19
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    It is bad enough that Greenpeace should be funding action to undermine the UK’s energy security, in league with a self confessed climate fanatic, Sara Bell. But who else is supplying what must be large funds to assist? I have reported a few times on the ECJ judgement against the UK’s Capacity Market mechanism. The UK has […]

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  • GWPF Welcomes New-Found Energy Realism Of Cumbrian Councillors

    • Date: 20/03/19
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 20 March: The Global Warming Policy Forum welcomes the decision by councillors of Cumbria County Council to unanimously approve a new coal mine near Whitehaven. This coal mine will bring many new jobs and £180m of investment to Cumbria, and does not require the job-destroying subsidies enjoyed by the renewables industry. It goes without […]

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  • UK Politicians Approve New Deep Coal Mine, Prioritising Jobs Over Climate Change

    • Date: 20/03/19
    • The Independent

    Demand and jobs ‘outweighs’ global warming concerns, Lib Dem committee chair says A new £165m coal mine has been unanimously approved by councillors in Cumbria, sparking protests by environmental campaigners.  Cumbria County Council said it was putting jobs above climate change concerns after its development committee approved the plan on Tuesday afternoon. West Cumbria Mining, which filed the application, wants to extract coking […]

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  • Climate Committee Chairman Is Paid £500,000 From Green Companies Set To Profit From New Policy He Helped To Push Through

    • Date: 17/03/19
    • David Rose, Mail on Sunday

    As head of the UK’s climate change committee, Tory peer John Selwyn Gummer was a key figure behind last week’s controversial decision to ban fossil fuel central heating in new homes. But in pushing for the radical change, he failed to declare that the firm he runs has received more than £500,000 from companies which […]

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  • BBC’s Climate Fake News Becoming A Habit

    • Date: 16/03/19
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    The BBC has formally upheld Paul Homewood’s complaint about their African penguin story. It’s the eighth climate-related complaint which has been upheld against the BBC in the last two years. They say once is an accident, twice is a conspiracy. I wonder what eight times is? As I revealed yesterday, the BBC has formally upheld my complaint […]

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