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CLIMATE REALISTS HOPING FOR MORE PROMPT ACTION BY PRESIDENT TRUMP
Policy

Posted 17 April 2017

Justin Worland writes in Time magzine: "The past eight years have not been kind to people who dispute that the climate is changing. Leading scientists strengthened the case that the earth is warming and humans are at fault, while the Obama administration prioritized fighting its effects.  As with so much else, the election of President Trump has ushered in a new day. Since taking office, Trump has moved to gut Obama's signature climate change regulations, signed executive orders to aid the fossil fuel industry and installed a critic of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as its head. And yet to some of the strongest opponents of Obama's environmental policy, particularly those who deny the existence of global warming, Trump is not going far enough."

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REAL SCIENCE MUST GUIDE POLICY TO RELIEVE POVERTY AND DISEASE
Science

Posted 15 April 2017

"All too many alarmist climate scientists have received millions in taxpayer grants over the years, relied on computer models that dop not reflect real-world observations, attacked and refused to debate scientists who disagree with man-made climate cataclysm claims, refused to share their computer algorithms and raw data with reviewers outside their circle of fellow researchers - and then used the work to make or justify demands that the world eliminate the fossil fuels that provide 80 percent of our energy and are lifting billions out of brutish, life-shortening poverty and disease."  Paul Driessen posts at Townhall.

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'GREEN ENERGY' IMPOSES COLOSSAL COSTS ON BRITISH HOUSEHOLDS
Economics

Posted 9 April 2017

Christopher Booker is scathing about the colossal cost of "green energy" in Britain: "Our politicians have been allowed to get away with all this make-believe for so long that few people noticed some startling figures published [by] the the Office of Budget Responsibility. These showed that, over the next five years, the annual cost of all the green taxes and subsidies we shall be paying for is due to rise from £8.97 billion a year to £15.2 billion. This will bring the five-year total by 2022 to more than £73 billion...this equates to £561 a year for every household in the land. When we consider that colossal sum, most of us may well conclude that our politicians must have gone completely off their heads."

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BATTERY BALONEY IS PLAYING SNAKES & LADDERS WITH AUSTRALIA'S POWER SUPPLY
Economics

Posted 2 April 2017

"Battery baloney" is the title of a posting to www.carbonsense.com that warns of power shortages facing Australia from grids relying on batteries as back-up powwer sources. The post points out that batteries do not generate electricity, they can only store it, and they lose some in the process. "Intermittent energy with batteries or back-up should be used and paid for by those who find them useful. They should not be subsidised or forced on to power grids or reluctant consumers. Society has better things to do with community cash than squandering it on massive green energy toys and battery baloney."

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NZ OFFER OF $6000 FOR SCIENCE PAPER PROVING CO2 CAUSES DANGEROUS WARMING
Science

Posted 31 March 2017

A prize of $6000 has been offered by a group of members and supporters of the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition for the first person - or group - who can produce a peer-reviewed paper based on real world evidence that satisfies an independent scientific panel that the paper proves beyond reasonable doubt that man-made carbon dioxide has and will cause measurable global warming that, based on predictive methods that have shown to be accurate, is very likely to be dangerous to mankind by 2050. Read on for full details.

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U.S. JOURNO REPORTS ON LATEST HEARTLAND INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE CONFERENCE
Policy

Posted 27 March 2017

U.S. journalist Andy May comments at WattsUpWithThat on last week's International Conference on Climate Change staged in Washington DC by the Heartland Institute: " This was my first climate change conference and I had a great time. So, here is a quick note sharing my most memorable takeaways from the conference. Most of the comments below are paraphrased, but if they are exact quotes, I've put them in quotation marks. To hear the full talk by any of the speakers go to the Heartland.Org site here.

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