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  • Exploding Stars Have A Link To Climate Change

    • Date: 02/02/18
    • Laboratory News
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    Cosmic rays from supernovae can influence Earth’s cloud cover and thereby climate according to new research from a team from Denmark. The study reveals how atmospheric ions, produced by the energetic cosmic rays raining down through the atmosphere, helps the growth and formation of cloud condensation nuclei – the seeds necessary for forming clouds in […]

  • Depak Lal: India Should Join U.S. And Abandon Paris Agreement

    • Date: 02/02/18
    • Depak Lal, Business Standard
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    India should turn away from the Paris accord as latest research shows particles from space affect climate on Earth more than human activity. Over the years this column has been supporting the theory of ‘cosmo-climatology’ propounded by Danish physicist Henrik Svensmark and his associates for climate change, over the alternative theory of anthropogenic CO2 (carbon dioxide) […]

  • Matt Ridley: Technology Will Help the Environment Flourish

    • Date: 01/02/18
    • Hansard
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    Michael Gove’s 25-year Environment Plan makes a promising start towards recognising that environmental improvements are achieved mainly by people on the ground such as farmers and gamekeepers rather than commanded by officials in offices, but it needs to go further in this direction. Science, technology and innovation must be encouraged to deliver better environmental outcomes. They […]

  • Professor Peter Ridd Standing Up For Scientific Integrity Against James Cook University

    • Date: 01/02/18
    • Institute of Public Affairs
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    James Cook University is threatening scientific integrity by seeking to censor one of its academic staff members, Professor Peter Ridd, according to John Roskam, the Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. “The university should not be attempting to silence the scientific debate about the impact of climate change.  Professor Ridd is a world […]

  • Reef Row Scientist Peter Ridd Snubs University Gag Order

    • Date: 01/02/18
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian
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    Marine scientist Peter Ridd has refused to accept a formal censure and gag order from James Cook University and expanded his Federal Court action to defend academic freedoms and free speech. James Cook University professor Peter Ridd. Picture: Cameron Laird A revised statement of claim alleges JCU trawled through private email conversations in a bid […]

  • Trump Makes American Energy Dominance Key Priority

    • Date: 31/01/18
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    President Trump on Tuesday night celebrated his administration’s success in implementing its “energy dominance” agenda. “We have ended the war on American energy, and we have ended the war on beautiful clean coal,” Trump declared during his first State of the Union address. “We are now proudly an exporter of energy to the world.” The […]

  • Lamprell, Carillion and Offshore Wind Costs

    • Date: 31/01/18
    • Dr John Constable: GWPF Energy Editor
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    A recent market warning issued by Lamprell, a major construction firm involved in offshore wind, sheds important new light on claimed cost reductions in that sector.   Last week Lamprell Plc, the international construction company, warned the markets that it expected to make a loss of approximately $80m on its share of the construction of the ScottishPower […]

  • SOTU: Trump Does Not Mention Global Warming Once — Neither Do U.S. Democrats In Their Rebuttal

    • Date: 31/01/18
    • The Daily Caller & Huffington Post
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    While President Donald Trump touted policies to make the U.S. into an energy superpower, his first State of the Union (SOTU) address to Congress left out a hallmark of Obama-era speeches. Trump’s address is the first in eight years to not refer to manmade global warming — nine years if you include former President Barack […]

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