ARE THERE MORE DROUGHTS AHEAD IN AFRICA?

September 5, 2011, 5:00 am News

Posted 6 September 2011

Distinguished South African hydrologist, Professor Will Alexander poses a questionmabout future droughts. He comments: "It is hoped that the discussions this week will be able to produce a draft proposal to the ministers meeting on October 20 and 21 at the next and last sc

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Posted 5 September 2011

This booklet updates NIPCC report Nature, Not Human Activity, Rules the Climate (2008) and contains new results: 1. It defends NIPCC against false claims that IPCC climate models are "consistent" with observed temperature trends. The central issue is the cause of global...

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Posted 3 September 2011

One of the UK's leading energy and environment economists warns that the government's promise that green energy policies will create tens of thousands of jobs and stimulate competitive industries is an illusion. In his report The Myth of Green Jobs, published by the Glob...

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Posted 2 September 2011

"We should not forget that the enhanced greenhouse effect has no direct supporting evidence, merely the apparent certainty that there is no other explanation for the pattern of temperature rise over the last century or so. Any ‘evidence’ put forward is either purely ci...

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NEW PLEADINGS

August 30, 2011, 5:51 am News

Posted 31 August 2011

We have filed an Amended Statement of Claim, adding a cause of action against the "New 7SS" (NZT7) resulting from NIWA's 2010 Review. A copy is attached ([here](amended soc.pdf) ). Clause 38 and all the following material are new allegations.

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Posted 31 August 2011

Our Coalition has filed a claim in the High Court of New Zealand seeking a declaration that the NZ Temperature Record published by the National Institute for Water & Atmospheric Research (NIWA) is not a full and accurate record of changes in the average surface temperatures...

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Posted 25 August 2011

Nigel Calder reports on consequences of a CERN report showing the influence of cosmic rays in cloud formation. He comments:  "For a start there would have no surprise about the “travesty” that global warming has stopped since the mid-1990s, with the Sun becoming sulky....

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Posted 20 August 2011

Professor Will Alexander, of South Africa, came to our attention once we got our New Zealand Climate Science Coalition up and running.  There is a regrettable tendency to overlook the importance of South Africa to the world, which largely overlooks the fact that the Dutch s

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Posted 17 August 2011

Professor Wiilliam Happer is the Cyrus Fogg Brackett Professor of Physics at America's prestigious Princeton University, and ackowledged as a world authority in his field. In this briefing paper for Britain's Global Warming Policy Foundation, Professor Happer explains in sci...

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Posted 10 August 2011

"Anyone who says they can confidently predict global climate changes or effects is either a fool or a fraud.  No one can even forecast global, national or regional weather conditions that will occur months or years into the future, much less climate shifts that will be real...

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Posted 10 August 2011

"Despite oft-repeated claims by the IPCC and its fawning apologists that the planet is heading for some kind of apocalyptic meltdown, the actual empirical evidence suggests precisely the opposite. Europe and the United States are buried in record amounts of snow every year,...

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Posted 9 August 2011

"The Earth's climate is driven by the receipt, storage and redistribution of solar energy and its eventual radiation back into space. If the interest is in climatic changes from whatever cause, the essential first step is to establish the baseline condition. Even the most cur

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Posted 8 August 2011

In tbis fascinating 57 minute interview on YouTube,  filmed in a single remarkable take in New Zealand, Viscount Christopher Monckton talks about the failure of Planet Earth to warm dangerously as predicted, the futility of man['s presumption that we can control the climate,...

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Posted 7 August 2011

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Posted 7 August 2011

"All scientific papers deserve to be looked at critically, or even sceptically. Human intelligence remains the best defence against bad science as well as the means to advance knowledge. Science progresses via (usually constructive) criticism and no researcher should object t

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Posted 7 August 2011

The Coalition has asked the High Court to quash NIWA's official NZ temperature record, but this case cannot be heard until next year. Meantime, policies based on NIWA's advice continue to cause great harm to New Zealand businesses and households. The Coalition has therefore i...

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Posted 5 August 2011

This is the title of a thought-provoking paper giveen in Australia by Dr Doug Edmeades, agriculture spokesman for the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition. Dr Edmeades poses the question: "Is there a legitimate argument...to say pseudo-science is dangerous and should not be...

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Posted 3 August 2011

Professor W J R (Will) Alexander, is a distinguished hydrological scientist who has served South Africa and the United Nations in top official water management capacities, and latterly as a Professor at the University of Pretoria. In previous years, he produced a series of pa...

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Posted 2 August 2011

"One of the frustrating characteristics of the climate debate is the unquestioning faith, among lay believers, in today’s conventional wisdom on climate science. They seem oblivious to the history of science as a moving feast. What is believed today can be quite different f...

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Posted 1 August 2011

Internationally noted authority on climate change issues, Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, currently on a lecture tour of Australia, is to make a short visit to New Zealand, speaking in Auckland, Wellington and Whangarei, as well as on radio and TV programmes. 

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