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From Hot Air Jazz ShawPosted at 9:21 am on May 24, 2019 It’s been a while since we checked in on Steven Donziger, the New York City attorney who was the architect of the failed Chevron Shakedown. How are things going for him these days? Well, the first item to note is that I should…
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From The EveningStandard Police surround a pink boat in Oxford Circus during the Extinction Rebellion protests ( Getty Images ) Scotland Yard wants to charge more than 1,100 people who were arrested during last month’s Extinction Rebellion protests, a senior office has said. More than 70 activists have so far been charged in connection with…
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From The National Post Newsflash: People do not change their behaviour in the face of rising prices when the product is essential to their economic success Terence Corcoran May 25, 2019 9:14 AM EDT “Be it resolved that a carbon tax is the policy Canada needs to fight climate change.” Terence Corcoran and Andrew Coyne…
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Guest post by Jim Steele Currently children are being asked to lead a political charge for “climate change action”. Climate is very complex, and most adults have a very poor understanding of all the factors affecting climate change. Thus, many people believe our children must have a far inferior understanding of climate change and are…
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BY TOM HARRIS AND DR. JAY LEHR When we started our careers, it was considered an honor to be a member of professional societies that helped practitioners keep up with the latest developments in their fields through relevant meetings and publications. Senior author Dr. Jay Lehr had the privilege of leading one of these societies long…
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By Kay Kiser, author of Saving Africa From Lies That Kill: How Myths about the Environment and Overpopulation are Destroying Third World Countries, Book 2 of the Modern Mythology Series Originally Posted May 20, 2019 on blog www.savingafricafromliesthatkill.com Who says the world is overpopulated? And what does that mean anyway? Hunger?  Crowding? Environmental harm?  For…
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Reposted from Fabius Maximus Website Larry Kummer, Editor Good News, Oil & Energy, Science & Nature Summary:  Among the fear barrages of the past 50 years, “running out of resources” has been the most persistent. Here is why we won’t run out of minerals. As for other kinds of resources, that is a more complex…
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Guest post by Ian Aitken Some scientists (epitomized by Dr. Michael Mann) and environmentalists (epitomized by Sir David Attenborough) and climate change campaign groups (epitomized by Extinction Rebellion) hold the opinion that we are experiencing a global ‘climate change emergency’ (the term that seems to be supplanting the pleasingly alliterative ‘climate change crisis’), to the…
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By Mike Jonas In your editorial “The Political Climate” in The Times, 20 May 2019, you discussed the Australian election result in the context of climate. The commentary was all one way – damning of Scott Morrison and the winning Liberal-National coalition: …Australia has just endured its hottest ever summer and storms and dengue fever…
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From The GWPF Climate change was supposed to have won the party the Australian election. But yesterday, routed in the polls, panicking Labor Party leaders backed the opening of a coal field bigger than the UK to mining. Fearing a wipeout in state elections next year amid a rising tide of pro-coal workers and a…
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