• Mexico Stops Renewable Energy Projects

    • Date: 09/05/20
    • OilPrice.com
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    It sounds like a news report out of yet another dystopian novel: Mexico is halting grid connection for new solar and wind power projects. In a world rushing to produce clean energy, Mexico has suddenly stood out like a sore thumb. But, as usual, there’s more to the story. The country’s National Energy Control Center, […]

  • Meet The 19-Year-Old ‘Anti-Greta’, Who Warns Thunberg’s ‘Alarmism’ Must Be Stopped

    • Date: 02/03/20
    • The Sunday Telegraph
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    Noami Seibt agrees that human activity is a factor in global warming, but believes that impact has been overstated. She rejects the notion that she’s a climate change denier, saying critics use the label as “a way to shut down people on the other side”. With her slight frame, long blonde hair and converse trainers, […]

  • Australian PM Threatens To Outlaw Radical Climate Protests That Threaten The Economy

    • Date: 02/11/19
    • Deutsche Welle
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    Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday threatened to outlaw climate protests, accusing them of increasingly disrupting the country’s lucrative mining industry. The conservative head of Australia’s government has described climate protesters as a “new breed of radical activism.” Critics have accused Scott Morrison of trying to weaken fundamental rights in the country. “We are working […]

  • Miranda Devine: Eco Madness May Be The Reason For Disastrous Boeing 737 MAX Crash

    • Date: 24/10/19
    • Miranda Devine, New York Post
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    We need to know if safety considerations at Boeing took a back seat to producing a climate-friendly plane.  When Swedish eco-pessimist Greta Thunberg came to New York to shout, “How dare you!” last month, she maintained her climate purity by traveling on a carbon-neutral, solar-powered yacht. Now that she’s in Canada, the teen doomsayer hasn’t explained how […]

  • Facebook’s False Fact Check

    • Date: 23/10/19
    • BicPicNews.com
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    There’s no guarantee scientific research is credible or accurate just because it has been peer-reviewed. Why is Facebook promoting this lie? Much of what we read, online and elsewhere, is incorrect. That’s life. But Facebook, a platform that helps people socialize, thinks it’s in the business of setting the record straight. It calls this process […]

  • Sea-Level Rise from Antarctic Ice Shelves Might Be Overestimated, Study Finds

    • Date: 22/10/19
    • Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS), MIT
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    Study finds even the tallest ice cliffs should support their own weight rather than collapsing catastrophically. Antarctica’s ice sheet spans close to twice the area of the contiguous United States, and its land boundary is buttressed by massive, floating ice shelves extending hundreds of miles out over the frigid waters of the Southern Ocean. When […]

  • Great Barrier Reef In Good Shape, Has ‘Vibrant Future’, Reef Authority Says

    • Date: 22/10/19
    • The Australian
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    The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority has supported Environment Minister Sussan Ley’s appraisal that the reef is “good” and has “a vibrant future”. A Senate estimates committee hearing on Monday heard a downgrading of the reef condition from poor to very poor was a long-term forecast based on no action being taken on climate […]

  • Brexit Is Delaying Global Action To Fight Climate Change

    • Date: 21/10/19
    • Forbes.com
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    It looks like that the EU’s December summit will be overtaken by Brexit – pushing adoption of its 2050 climate plan into 2020, and maybe even beyond.  In June, European prime ministers meeting in Brussels were unable to agree on an EU proposal to completely decarbonize by 2050. Poland, with the backing of a few other Eastern […]

  • This Rebellion Risks Its Own Extinction

    • Date: 20/10/19
    • The Times
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    There comes a moment for every protest movement when, instead of carrying the public with them, they alienate those that they are trying to persuade. For the climate protesters of Extinction Rebellion (XR), that moment may have been reached when it targeted three east London Tube stations, Stratford, Canning Town and Shadwell, during Thursday morning’s […]

  • Nic Lewis Exposes Statistical Errors In Yet Another Climate Paper

    • Date: 19/10/19
    • Climate Audit
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    “It is a little depressing that after many years of being criticised for their insufficiently good understanding of statistics and lack of close engagement with the statistical community, the climate science community appears still not to have solved this issue.” The recently published open-access paper “How accurately can the climate sensitivity to CO2 be estimated from historical […]

  • Forget Paris: Russia Rejects Climate Change Plan After Business Uproar

    • Date: 18/10/19
    • The Moscow Times
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    Russia’s largest companies have killed off plans to introduce individual emissions quotas and a carbon trading system.  The Russian government has drastically watered-down its new package of climate change legislation after push-back from the country’s leading businesses, the Kommersant business daily reported. Plans for quotas on carbon emissions at Russia’s largest companies, a new national carbon […]

  • Sustainable Newspeak by 2050

    • Date: 01/12/20
    • Peter Foster, Law & Liberty
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    There are no dictionaries of sustainability’s Newspeak. Its mavens rely less on new words than on perverting or reversing the meaning of old ones. George Orwell pointed out that one of the first casualties of socialism is language. The damage is not collateral, it is deliberate—designed to numb minds and render critical thought difficult or […]

  • The new Dust Bowl that even the BBC blames on green climate policies

    • Date: 01/12/20
    • Geoff Hill, The Conservative Woman
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    In his novel The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck wrote about the US Dust Bowl of the 1930s and how families were driven off the land. It scored him a Pulitzer and was cited by the Nobel committee in awarding him the 1962 prize for literature. In the wake of the Great Depression, the Midwestern United […]

  • No evidence for dramatic loss of Great Barrier Reef corals

    • Date: 01/12/20
    • Science Under Attack
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    “We were expecting to see widespread mortality, and we just didn’t see it … which is a really amazing thing.” A 2020 study of the Great Barrier Reef that set alarm bells ringing in the mainstream media is based on faulty evidence, according to Australian scientist and leading coral reef authority, Professor Peter Ridd. The […]

  • Will Trump send the Paris Agreement to the US Senate?

    • Date: 30/11/20
    • Benny Peiser, GWPF
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    This is the key question that will determine the future of US and international climate diplomacy for years. The next few months will show whether the incoming Biden administration will get its way and rejoin the Paris climate accord as promised, or whether the outgoing Trump administration will try to prevent this from happening. Ever […]

  • A handy guide to going Green

    • Date: 28/11/20
    • Andy Shaw, Spectator Life
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    Boris is hoping that the UK, in 2035, will not resemble today’s Havana, where old petrol cars are maintained, for decades, by enterprising mechanics. The government has announced their Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution. It will bring electricity to light homes, gas for cooking and cars to drive! You may think that we already […]

  • Refutation of Michael Mann’s latest statistical shenanigans

    • Date: 27/11/20
    • GWPF
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    An opinion article published yesterday in Frontiers in Earth Science rebuts a recent paper by Michael E. Mann et al. who deny the existence of long known drivers of natural climate variability like the Pacific decadal oscillation (PDO) and the Atlantic multidecadal oscillation (AMO). Applying habitual methodological shenanigans, they claim that the PDO is not […]

  • Motorists face £700 billion bill for going electric

    • Date: 27/11/20
    • The Global Warming Policy Forum
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    A new estimate of the cost of decarbonising private transport suggests that motorists might have to foot a bill for £700 billion if they want to stay on the roads. Ongoing motoring costs could double. According to author Andrew Montford, the great uncertainty is the future cost of battery electric vehicles: EVs are currently much […]

  • Europe’s Green Deal in limbo as EU faces existential crisis

    • Date: 27/11/20
    • The Times
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    Hungary and Poland are threatening to tear up European Union treaties as they raise the stakes in a battle over democratic principles and the budget. The EU has proposed a mechanism linking its €1.8 trillion budget and coronavirus recovery package to each member state’s respect for the rule of law. Brussels has accused Poland and […]

  • Britons to subsidise £billions for green jobs abroad as wind power contracts go overseas

    • Date: 26/11/20
    • The Construction Index
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    According to news reports, large parts of £billions in subsidies paid by UK households for the construction of the Dogger Bank offshore wind farm will go to factories in Poland and Belgium. The contract for manufacture and supply of monopiles and transition pieces has gone to Smulders, the Belgian subsidiary of Eiffage Métal, as part […]

  • ‘Economic emergency’ puts the brakes on Boris Johnson’s green agenda

    • Date: 26/11/20
    • GWPF
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    Outraged climate activists are blaming Rishi Sunak, the UK Chancellor, of eroding Boris Johnson’s plans for a ‘green industrial revolution’. In his so-called Spending Review, Rishi Sunak, the UK Chancellor, yesterday announced that Britain’s ‘economy emergency has only just begun’ and that it will negatively affect Britain’s finances for decades to come. Obviously, Sunak hardly […]

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