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Another New Study Challenges Climate Change ‘Orthodoxy’
Virtually all changes in global atmospheric temperatures in the late 20th century were the result of nature rather than human activity, according to a new peer-reviewed study, one of whose authors predicted Friday was “sure to cause a stir.”
De Freitas and Australian scientists John McLean and Bob Carter reported that at least 80 percent of climate variability tracked over the past half a century could be attributed to internal climate-system factors including the El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Pacific warming phenomenon and its cooling twin, La Nina.
This left little room for human-caused factors like emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other so-called greenhouse gases. Intermittent volcanic activity, producing significant cooling, was found to have been a factor.
India Widens Climate Rift With West
Jairam Ramesh, the Indian environment minister, accused the developed world of needlessly raising alarm over melting Himalayan glaciers. He dismissed scientists’ predictions that Himalayan glaciers might disappear within 40 years as a result of global warming.
Government Monosony Distorts Climate Science
The climate industry is costing taxpayers $79 billion and counting. The Science and Public Policy Institute announces the publication of Climate Money, a study by Joanne Nova revealing that the federal Government has a near-monopsony on climate science funding. This distorts the science towards self-serving alarmism
Breaking out of green hell
Steve Milloy has now written a book, Green Hell, that provides a jaw-dropping account of a society gone eco-mad. Environmental Defense Fund, The Natural Resource Defense Council, Greenpeace, the Sierra Club, the Nature Conservancy, the Rainforest Action Network, the World Wildlife Fund – Mr. Milloy notes that these organizations seek to validate themselves with the trappings of the science that they fundamentally reject.
Meet the man who has exposed the great climate change con trick
Australian geologist, whose new book shows that ‘anthropogenic global warming’ is a dangerous, ruinously expensive fiction, a ‘first-world luxury’ with no basis in scientific fact…recently published the landmark book Heaven And Earth, which is going to change forever the way we think about climate change.
Gaia’s Right By Mark Steyn
Environmentalism seeks to return us to the age of kings. According to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, we only have 96 months left to save the planet. I’m impressed. 96 months. Not 95. Not 97. July 2017. Put it in your diary. Usually the warm-mongers stick to the same old drone that we only have ten years left to save the planet. Nice round number.
Conrad Black: Tired lefties on parade
Australia and New Zealand have rescinded their carbon-emission legislation..Japanese environmental chemist Dr. Kimimori Itoh, who participated in the UN climate reports of recent years,…now regards the theory of man-made climate warming as “the worst scientific scandal in history.”…the world has almost been railroaded by scammers like Al Gore, he who inflicted famine on millions with his nonsense about the potential of corn as a fuel, which priced it as food beyond the reach of much of the developing world… We are being railroaded by a mob of charlatans and poseurs.
Gore: U.S. Climate Bill Will Help Bring About 'Global Governance'
“A climate change response must have at its heart a redistribution of wealth and resources,” said Emma Brindal, a climate justice campaigner coordinator for Friends of the Earth.
The farce of cap-and-tax revealed By Michelle Malkin
UN climate expert warns against carbon tariffs
The head of a U.N. panel on the science of climate change says trade tariffs in a House-passed bill to limit heat-trapping pollution have only served to irritate international negotiations and could undermine U.S. efforts to persuade developing countries to enter into a new global warming treaty.
Kerry panel looks at climate change and national security
Massive crop devastation, melting glaciers, water shortages, millions of displaced people—all of these will drag the US military into conflict if global climate change goes unchecked, a Senate panel was warned today.
If the Senate doesn't pass a bill to cut global warming, Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer says, there will be dire results: droughts, floods, fires, loss of species, damage to agriculture, worsening air pollution and more.
DDT: banned lifesaver
Groups who prosper by collecting contributions for bed nets and other less effective prevention methods are among the most virulent critics of DDT. Evidently, elements within the environmental lobby prefer the blood of malaria victims on their hands to DDT on the walls of malaria survivors.