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Climate Change: Who Are The Deniers Now?

Climate Change: Who Are The Deniers Now? By Dr Tim Ball Canada Free Press, November 17, 2009 “When you point your finger at someone, three fingers are pointing back at you.” Anonymous Finger pointing rarely includes facts, especially in the climate debate. The first finger said we were global warming skeptics, but was turned back when it was explained Full story

After Versailles – The Copenhagen Treaty

After Versailles – The Copenhagen Treaty by Peter Smith Quadrant Online, November 15, 2009 Economic consequences of the Copenhagen Treaty In the Economic Consequences of the Peace, published in 1919, Keynes warned, among other things, of the ruinous consequences of war reparations imposed on Germany by the Versailles Treaty. No-one in those days, or up until recently, would have thought Full story

Climate change study shows Earth is still absorbing carbon dioxide

Climate change study shows Earth is still absorbing carbon dioxide The Telegraph, November 11, 20009 The research, by Bristol University, suggests that despite rising emissions, the world is is still able to store a significant amount of greenhouse gases in oceans and forests. According to the study, the Earth has continued to absorb more than half of the Full story

Lawrence Solomon: Canadian concern over climate change plummeting

Lawrence Solomon: Canadian concern over climate change plummeting by Lawrence Solomon Financial Post, November 2,2009 According to a new Climate Confidence Monitor survey released today, support for action on climate change is plummeting in Canada. Just 26% of Canadians consider global warming among their chief concerns, down from 34% in 2008. Concern in the U.S. is even lower – Full story

A climate of fast money

A climate of fast money By Andrew Bolt Herald Sun, October 30, 2009 PSST. Want a surefire way to get a grant – maybe $300,000, or even more – for your university research? Then gather around, my dear professors, and say these magic words. Climate change. You scoff? You say it’s too crazy to work, given that your expertise is actually Full story

The climate is most definitely cooling

From Watts Up With That: Global satellite data is analyzed for temperature trends for the period January 1979 through June 2009.  Beginning and ending segments show a cooling trend, while the middle segment evinces a warming trend.  The past 12 to 13 years show cooling using both satellite  data sets, with lower confidence limits that do not exclude a negative trend until 16 to 22 years.  It is shown ... Full story

None Dare Call It Fraud

None Dare Call It Fraud by Paul Driessen, October 19, 2009 What if we applied corporate standards to the “science” that is driving global warming policy? Imagine the reaction if investment companies provided only rosy stock and economic data to prospective investors; manufacturers withheld chemical spill statistics from government regulators; or medical device and pharmaceutical companies doctored data Full story

UPDATED: Comedy headline: ‘Proof’ humans cause global warming

See, the science is settled, you denier you. Just like a handful of trees in Siberia created the Hockey Stick, now we have a bunch of sediment cores in the middle of Canada cherry-picked to show that the Medieval Warm Period didn't exist, the Roman Warm Period didn't exist, the Holocene climate optimum didn't exist, it's warmer now than in the last 200 gazillion years, ... Full story

Libs to face “disciplinary action” if they are disloyal on ETS

This whole ETS debacle isn't exacly what parliamentary democracy is about. For a start, I cannot remember an occasion where an opposition "negotiated" with a sitting government on a bill. The job of the opposition is to hold the government to account in Parliament, not usurp the authority of Parliament by holding clandestine meetings in order to reach an "agreement" before a vote. ... Full story

Prologue to Copenhagen

By Chris de Freitas NZCPR, October 3, 2009 The Kyoto Protocol, an icon of the global environmental movement, is soon to be replaced by a more radical international accord to curb greenhouse gas emissions. What it will involve depends on the outcome of negotiations this December in Copenhagen. In preparation, the Government has committed New Zealand to Full story
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