Posted 21 December 2015

Professor Tim Ball, eminent Canadian climate scientist, explains in a posting to the website WattsUpWithThat, why law courts and politicians struggle with issues arising from climate change.  "The answer is because they cannot say I am not qualified, although they tried,...

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Posted 20 December 2015

"The COP21 jamboree in Paris is done and dusted. But, not surprisingly, the outcome has in practice changed little and the news media have moved on to other things.  The only 'legally-binding' aspect of the agreement is that countries are obliged to put forward their plann...

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Posted 19 December 2015

The Heartland Institute, of US, worked with other leading think tanks and advocacy groups to mount a counter-conference on 7 December in Paris challenging the climate alarmism expressed at the UN's COP21 event. In tbis posting, Heartland has combined videos and news releas...

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Posted 15 December 2015

The Wall Street Journal has editorialised about the UN Paris climate talks, saying: 

* nothing coming out of Paris will have any impact on the climate

* whatever new commitments the agreement contains are not specific or enforceable

* still no requir...

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Posted 15 December 2015

The New York Times sums up the UN climate conference in Paris: "Several thousand climate activists from across Europe and many from farther afield gathered peacefully near the Arc de Triomphe on Saturday to protest the outcome of the COP21 climate conference 12 miles aw...

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