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  • Bitter Cold at Winter Olympics Chills Global-Warming Hype

    • Date: 16/02/18
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times -
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    The bone-chilling cold and icy winds in Pyeongchang have contributed to any number of wipe-outs for Olympic skiers and snowboarders, not to mention a public-relations face plant for the climate-change movement.   Its dire warnings about how the Winter Olympics face an existential threat from global warming have been all but buried by the flurry […]

  • Shale Revolution Helps Drive Electricity Costs to Record Lows

    • Date: 16/02/18
    • Energy Indepth
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    For the second year in a row, “electricity is making up a smaller share of U.S. household bills than ever before,” a fact that can be traced directly to the fact that natural gas has retained its position as the No. 1 electricity generation producer in the U.S. in 2017. The Business Council for Sustainable […]

  • After Green Fraud, China Cuts Subsidies For Many Electric Cars

    • Date: 15/02/18
    • Nikkei
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    Automakers face higher range requirements as fraud prompts aid reduction China is reassessing subsidies for manufacturers of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids. GUANGZHOU — China lowered manufacturer subsidies for many electric cars and plug-in hybrids by about 30%, with the central government planning to re-evaluate this aid again around midyear. The revamped subsidy program that took […]

  • Ignore The Biased BBC – Fracking Is The Future

    • Date: 15/02/18
    • Harry Wilkinson, The Conservative Woman
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    Backed by Greenpeace, the BBC is continuing to mount a one-sided crusade against shale gas development. In a report on the radio four Six O’Clock News of February 12, at (10:34 seconds in ) Roger Harrabin, the BBC’s eco-warrior chieftain, reported that internal Government projections were for only 17 sites by 2020, 30-35 sites by 2022, […]

  • New Study Maps Medieval Warm Period In Africa

    • Date: 15/02/18
    • Institute for Hydrography, Geoecology and Climate Sciences, Ägeri, Switzerland

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    The vast majority of land sites in Africa show characteristic warming  during the Medieval Climate Anomaly, in line with similar warming in Europe and North America. Global climate is currently undergoing major change. Experts agree that this change is driven by a combination of man-made and natural factors. However, full quantification of the anthropogenic and […]

  • Exxon Sues The Suers In Fierce Climate-Change Case

    • Date: 14/02/18
    • Bloomberg
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    As climate-change lawsuits against the oil industry mount, Exxon Mobil Corp. is taking a bare-knuckle approach rarely seen in legal disputes: It’s going after the lawyers who are suing it. The company has targeted at least 30 people and organizations, including the attorneys general of New York and Massachusetts, hitting them with suits, threats of suits […]

  • Tim Ball’s Free-Speech Victory Over Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver

    • Date: 14/02/18
    • Anthony Watts, Watts Up With That
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    I got word tonight from David Ball, son of Dr. Tim Ball via Facebook messenger: This morning the judge dismissed all charges in the lawsuit brought against Tim by BC Green Party leader Andrew Weaver. It is a great victory for free speech. At the moment, I have no other details, but will update as […]

  • OPEC’s Oil Price Nightmare Is Coming True

    • Date: 13/02/18
    • Julian Lee, Bloomberg
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    The latest surge in U.S. oil output will probably hasten the country’s rise to the top of the producer pile. More important, it’s starting to look as though at least half of OPEC’s nightmare scenario for 2018 — a surge in shale output and slowdown in demand growth — is coming true. Last week’s avalanche of releases […]

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