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  • Richard Lindzen: ‘Warming Of Any Significance Ceased 20 Years Ago’

    • Date: 13/10/18
    • Alison Bevege, Daily Mail
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    Professor Lindzen said the IPCC report this week had reduced the alleged tipping point from 2C to 1.5C because there had been no significant warming for 20 years. ‘Warming of any significance ceased about 20 years ago, and 2C warming was looking increasingly unlikely.’ Professor Richard Lindzen slammed conventional thinking on global warming as ‘nonsense’ […]

  • Australia Rejects IPCC Report’s Anti-Coal Stance

    • Date: 09/10/18
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    Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison has rejected a rapid global phase-out of coal-fired power and declared his government will not be bound by a landmark climate study, amid concern its blueprint for curbing temperature rises would see the “lights go out on the east coast of Australia”. A special report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate […]

  • IPCC Report: Extreme Weather Events Have Not Increased

    • Date: 08/10/18
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller
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    The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change’s (IPCC) newly-released climate report, once again, found little to no evidence global warming caused many types of extreme weather events to increase. “The IPCC once again reports that there is little basis for claiming that drought, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes have increased, much less increased due to” greenhouse […]

  • Nils-Axel Mörner: “These Researchers Have A Political Agenda”

    • Date: 18/02/18
    • Basler Zeitung
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    The oceanographer Nils-Axel Mörner challenges the IPCC and warnings about sinking islands Mr. Mörner, you have recently visited the Fiji islands in South Pacific several times in order to research changes on the coasts and sea levels. Why Fiji? Nils-Axel Mörner: I knew there would be a science conference in New York in June 2017 […]

  • Never Trust Climate Alarmists: Great Barrier Reef More Resilient To Climate Change Than Previously Thought

    • Date: 30/11/17
    • The Daily Telegraph
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    Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is more resilient to climate change and better able to regenerate itself than previously thought, scientists have said. A new study has revealed a collection of 100 individual reefs spread throughout the 2,000 mile-long marine ecosystem that not only withstand warming seas and attacking starfish but also protect others. Although only constituting around […]

  • How Climate Scientists Mislead The World About The Great Barrier Reef

    • Date: 01/10/17
    • ABC News & Daily Telegraph
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    Reports by scientists that climate change has damaged the Great Barrier Reef beyond repair have been greatly exaggerated. Once again, climate alarmists have ignored the science of  coral bleaching which is a regular El Niño-linked occurrence and regularly leads to post-El Niño recovery. Optimism is rising among scientists that parts of the Great Barrier Reef that were severely […]

  • No George Monbiot, Capitalism Isn’t Destroying The Planet

    • Date: 14/09/17
    • Tim Worstall, CapX
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    It takes a certain mulish obstinacy to keep insisting that it’s capitalism and free markets which are responsible for, rather than the answer to, the coming Eco-Götterdämmerung. But that’s what we’re treated to from George Monbiot this morning. His argument is that capitalism requires growth, growth destroys the environment by consuming it and therefore….well, therefore it’s all […]

  • Roger Boyes on military planning

    • Date: 09/08/17
    • Andrew Montford
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    The Times’ diplomatic editor has a new wheeze for military planners The Times’ diplomatic editor, Roger Boyes, has been looking at the case for the military to plan for climate change. It’s fair to say that he has made a bit of a hash of it. For example, we learn from his article that many domestic […]

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