Posted 7 June 2017

Mark Mills writes in Fortune magazine about the real reason President Trump withdrew from the Paris Climate Agreement: "The Paris climate agreement was never about climate science. Anchored in the premise that climate science is 'settled', the accord seeks to dramatically cha...

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Posted 6 June 2017

A new paper by Ned Nikolov and Karl Zeller, at Environment Pollution and Climate Change calls for reassessment of the 'greenhouse effect' in determining climate: "Consequently, the global down-welling long-wave  flux presently assumed to drive Earth’s surface warming appears...

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Posted 6 June 2017

In his own inimitable and entertaining way, Australian satirist Clive James writes about the difficulties of getting climate alarmists to admit their errors, but adds a warning: "When you tell people once too often that the missing extra heat is hiding in the ocean, they will s...

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Posted 6 June 2017

"By withdrawing the United States from the Paris Agreement President Trump has put the burden of proof on those private investors and nation states that believe renewable energy is economically beneficial. Far from being a disaster, this is a step towards a reasonable and spont...

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Posted 5 June 2017

Rupert Darwall blogs at spectator.co.uk: "President Trump has a surer grasp of the economic realities than the Europeans. The United States is now the world's hydrocarbon superpower. Thanks to fracking, it has surpassed Saudia Arabia and Russia to become the world's top energy...

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