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‘Where’s the global warming?’ Expert says public are growing sceptical of climate change

By: Levi Winchester. THE PUBLIC are becoming ever more sceptical of climate change as they begin to ask ‘where is the global warming we were promised?’, a leading scientist has claimed. This week saw the 18th anniversary since the Earth’s temperature last rose – something that Dr Benny Peiser, from the Global Warming Policy Forum, […]

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Seychelles snail, thought to be extinct, found alive

By: Associated Press NAIROBI, Kenya: A snail once thought to have been among the first species to go extinct because of climate change has reappeared in the wild. The Aldabra banded snail, declared extinct seven years ago, was rediscovered on August 23 in the Indian Ocean island nation of Seychelles. The mollusk, which is endemic to […]

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Separation of Powers Alert: Obama Seeks Climate ‘Treaty’ without Senate Ratification

By Marlo Lewis – “The Obama administration is working to forge a sweeping international climate change agreement to compel nations to cut their planet-warming fossil fuel emissions, but without ratification from Congress,” Coral Davenport reports in the New York Times. Were you surprised? In domestic climate policy, Team Obama routinely flouts the separation of powers. Their M.O. from […]

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Obama administration hides use of bad science

The only thing that is clear is its motive for opacity. By: Marita Noon Six years later, we know that President Obama’s pledge to run the most transparent administration in history was merely a campaign promise, a White House talking point, and not a statement of management style. We’ve seen a series of highly publicscandals—Fast and Furious, Benghazi, […]

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The Tragedy of Earth Day

By Doug L. Hoffman – It is Earth Day today, a chance for all tree huggers, green activists and other self absorbed eco-types to feel good about themselves by disparaging their neighbors. There was a time when environmental issues were rightfully at the top of people’s concerns—the skies above our cities were brown and noxious, […]

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Senate Republicans Accuse Dems of using ‘Climate Talkathon’ to suck up to Megadonor

Obama has said that if Congress does not pass a substantive climate bill, he will use executive orders to implement one By Michael Bastasch – Shortly after Democrats held a 14-hour “Climate Talkathon,” Republicans took to the Senate floor to slam Democratic calls for climate regulations that would raise energy costs for families. Alaska Republican […]

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Apple’s Tim Cook: Business isn’t just about making a profit

By: Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith. He leads a company that some would consider the epitome of ruthless global capitalism. But Apple chief executive Tim Cook has shocked some in the US with an impassioned attack on the single-minded pursuit of profit – and a direct appeal to climate-change deniers not to buy shares in his firm. Eyewitnesses […]

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George Will: When a Politician Says the Climate Debate Is Over, He’s Losing It

By Noah Rothman Conservative columnist George Will appeared on Fox News Sunday where he was asked to respond to President Barack Obama’s attribution of most severe weather to the effects of climate change. Will insisted that the repeated refrain from climate change activists, that the “debate is over” surrounding anthropogenic global warming, is an admission […]

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John Kerry: Climate Change May Be ‘World’s Most Fearsome Weapon of Mass Destruction,’ Skeptics ‘Burying Their Heads in the Sand’

By the Associated Press – U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday called climate change perhaps the world’s “most fearsome” destructive weapon and mocked those who deny its existence or question its causes, comparing them to people who insist the Earth is flat. “In a sense, climate change can now be considered the world’s […]

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Scientific Pride and Prejudice

By: MICHAEL SUK-YOUNG CHWE. SCIENCE is in crisis, just when we need it most. Two years ago, C. Glenn Begley and Lee M. Ellis reported in Nature that they were able to replicate only six out of 53 “landmark” cancer studies. Scientists now worry that many published scientific results are simply not true. The natural […]

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Eleven Global Warming Stories From 2013 You Probably Never Heard Of

By Elmer Beauregard – If you get you news from the likes of The Huffington Post and the New York Times here are some stories about Global Warming that occurred in 2013 that you probably never heard of. 1. Antarctic Global Warming Expedition Ship Trapped in Sea Ice. You may have heard about the Russian […]

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Norwegian army goes Vegetarian… to fight Global Warming

By Michael Bastasch Norway’s military is taking drastic steps to ramp up its war against global warming. The Scandinavian country announced its soldiers would be put on a vegetarian diet once a week to reduce the military’s carbon footprint. “Meatless Monday’s” has already been introduced at one of Norway’s main military bases and will soon […]

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“Extreme weather” does not justify extreme political agenda (Opinion from Sen. Jeff Sessions)

By Senator Jeff Sessions It has been eight years since the last major hurricane struck the United States—a lull that experts call an “extended and intense hurricane drought,” the longest such drought since reliable records began in the 19th century. This is welcome news for Alabamians. The nation still remembers Hurricane Camille (a Category 5 […]

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Climate Week Kicks off in NYC

Via Weasel Zippers – “Yeah. This is a thing. I swear,” opines Weasel Zippers. Climate Week NYC, marking its 5th anniversary in 2013, is the global summit that has become a key event on the international climate change calendar; it is a meeting point for leading governments, investors, businesses, innovators and opinion formers. It was […]

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