Do We Really Have Only 12 Years to Live?

By Andy May Why have uninformed celebrities and politicians been telling everyone, who will listen, we are all going to die in a climate catastrophe in 10 to 30 years? U.N. General Assembly President María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés of Ecuador warned us that: “We are the last generation that can prevent irreparable damages to our 

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Blacklisting sceptics

By Mark Lawson A mini ice age may be about to start, at least according to an alternative and heavily disputed theory of climate, but the major concern of the climate science community is to ensure that those who push such theories can’t have jobs. They are being put on a blacklist – in which 

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Unsettled Climate Science: 30 Years Apace

By Robert L. Bradley, Jr. Climate activist Emily Akin has called it “the most important climate story of the last 10 years: The quiet, concerted effort by fossil fuel interests to conceal and deny climate science, for the purposes of preventing climate action.” The bad guys had been at it for “the last three decades,” 

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Notes From Meeting at Rockefeller Mansion Shed Light on Climate Politics

By Chris Horner Newly obtained public records — including handwritten notes, a “Black Swan” event in the freedom of information world — open a window onto conversations between high-ranking government officials and environmentalist activists. These notes and emails reflect often amusing candor, in which a prurient interest is understandable. What is most important, however, is 

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Study Projecting Net Carbon Dioxide Benefits through 2050 Defended

By Marlo Lewis, Jr. Last Friday on the Daily Kos Internet forum, an anonymous blogger called “Climate Denier Roundup” (CDR) posted a hit piece on a new study by Heritage Foundation statistician Kevin D. Dayaratna, Guelph University economics professor Ross McKitrick, and Competitive Enterprise Institute climate scientist Patrick J. Michaels. According to CDR, Dayaratna, McKitrick, 

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