Climate Litigation: The Latest Green Effort to Overturn Democracy

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Greens openly admit they have given up on winning voter support for their climate agenda. Climate Change Warriors’ Latest Weapon of Choice Is Litigation By Jeremy Hodges, Lauren Leatherby and Kartikay Mehrotra May 24, 2018 In the global fight against climate change, one tool is proving increasingly popular: litigation. From…

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Britain Cuts Climate Change Diplomatic Staff by 25%

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Guardian is upset that the British Government foreign minister Boris Johnson has cut the number of staff tasked with negotiating international acceptance of global climate treaties and initiatives. Foreign Office climate staff cut by 25% under Boris Johnson Damian Carrington Environment editor Exclusive: The prime minister says the UK…

Karenna Gore

Boston Judge Accepts Climate Necessity Defence, Dismisses Charges

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Judge Mary Ann Driscoll has dismissed criminal charges against protestors including Al Gore’s daughter on the grounds that their actions were necessary to prevent climate change. Judge sets aside charges in pipeline protest Jordan Graham Thursday, March 29, 2018 … The protesters, including Karenna Gore, the daughter of former Vice…

Steve McIntyre discovers another hockey stick

Steve McIntyre the Canadian mining engineer and math wizard who discovered why Michael E. Mann’s original hockey stick of global temperature data was made of bunkum wood, has now discovered yet another one, and it appears not to use adjusted data, but raw data. This one also indicates temperature, but of a different kind. It…

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Ruling Climate Fanatics Obliterated in Aussie State Election

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t JoNova – South Australians have finally tired of economic misery and expensive, unreliable green electricity; the government which created the mess has just been crushed at the ballot box, 25 seats to 18. Jay Weatherill quits as leader after losing South Australian election Outgoing premier says he will stay…

Climate Scientists Running For Congress

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Climate scientists worried about cuts to their funding have decided to try to secure their supply of cash by running for Congress. Politics & Climate Change: More Scientists Running For Congress In Affront To Trump March 9th, 2018 by Steve Hanley No president in US history has demeaned science and…

Nervous Democrats Vote Down Costly Climate Measures in Two States

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Guardian author Oliver Milman is worried that despite solid assurances of commitment to climate action, Democrats are failing to deliver the climate measures greens expect of them. Climate change tightens grip on US west coast despite progressive aspirations California, Washington and Oregon have led criticism of Trump’s climate policies, but…

Science magazine does Politics

Guest Opinion by Kip Hansen Science, the journal, is beginning to go the way of the magazine Scientific American, in that it is beginning to become an oxymoron all by itself, as SciAm did in the Forrest Mims scandal.  Science Magazine has turned itself into Politics-uber-Science. In today’s email of Science News, comes this article…

Californian Democrat Congressman: Bitcoin Needs a Carbon Tax

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The mind boggling energy burn required to verify each bitcoin payment or currency transfer is finally attracting the attention of Democrat Party climate advocates. A Silicon Valley congressman says energy consumption from Bitcoin mining needs to be taxed … And all that power usage — and its effect on the…

Claim: Canadian PM Tried to Please Everyone on Climate Policy

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Globe and Mail reporter Campbell Clark suggests Canadian PM Justin Trudeau is being attacked on all sides, thanks to his efforts to try to please everyone, to develop Canadian energy and fight climate change at the same time. Trudeau has the country’s only viable policy for climate change and pipelines…

Scott Pruitt

Green Heads Exploding: Scott Pruitt Suggests Global Warming Could be Beneficial

Guest essay by Eric Worrall President Trump’s EPA Director Scott Pruitt has upset greens by suggesting that since humans have historically flourished during warm periods, global warming might be beneficial. Pruitt suggests warming can help humans Scott Waldman and Niina Heikkinen, E&E News reporters Published: Wednesday, February 7, 2018 U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt questioned…

Read The #NunesMemo Here

Monitoring Twitter, a number of people are reporting some download sites aren’t working. So, since WUWT has been setup to handle such things (Climategate for example) here is the memo in full. Some might say “Why is WUWT getting into the polictical mess that has nothing to do with climate?”. Well, if you monitor Twitter…

Former Aussie PM Kevin Rudd

Alleged Climate Policy Related Deaths: Former Aussie PM to Sue

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Former Aussie PM Kevin Rudd has announced he will sue the government owned Australian Broadcasting Corporation, over accusations he ignored safety warnings about his green home insulation initiative. Kevin Rudd suing ABC over home insulation report in Cabinet Files Allegation he ignored warnings of risks to safety of installers ‘is…

Whoa! Scientific American excoriates Bill Nye

This was unexpected. Alarmists are starting to eat their own over Trump. From “Scientific American”, a once great magazine. Bill Nye Does Not Speak for Us and He Does Not Speak for Science By attending the State of the Union with NASA administrator nominee Jim Bridenstine, the Science Guy tacitly endorses climate denial, intolerance and attacks on science…

EU Appoints Climate Skeptic as Environment Council President

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Pro-EU greens are in shock, after the appointment of Bulgarian Environment Minister, Trump fan and Climate Skeptic Neno Dimov as President of the EU Environment Council. A ‘Climate Skeptic’ Just Took Charge Of EU Environment Policy Dave Keating, CONTRIBUTOR JAN 25, 2018 @ 12:00 PM Neno Dimov, the man who…

Our Man in Davos reports on ‘6 feet of global warming’

Report by David Archibald The New York Times has reported on the great depth of snow blanketing Davos, Switzerland which is hosting the World Economic Forum. Of course the snow disrupted polemics on the dangers of global warming: Linda P. Fried, the dean of Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, allowed three hours at…

AAAS Apologizes — Rightfully So

Brief by Kip Hansen American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)  has apologized for emailing out a fund-raising promotion that was misleading and apparently politically motivated — that is, they have apologized to me, personally, when I contacted them with an email questioning the content of the email.   In case you have forgotten, the…

Aussie Government: End the Free Ride for Electric Cars

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Australian Federal Urban Infrastructure Minister Paul Fletcher wants a new system of road charging, which ends the free ride enjoyed by electric cars which do not have to pay fuel tax. Electric cars are breaking our roads, here’s how And what the future holds for the neighbourhoods that need their…

Elon Musk’s Latest Corporate Welfare Effort?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall If the “Fire and Fury” Musk excerpt is true, Elon Musk appears to be rapidly adapting to the spending priorities of the Trump era – downplaying his climate ventures, advancing proposals for himself to be at the helm of the Trump push for exploration missions to other planets. But in…

2017: Year of the Climate Movie Flop

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Washington Times reporter Christian Toto points out the remarkable failure of a whole series of Hollywood climate disaster movies – and the cognitive dissonance of producers and critics who keep pushing out movies nobody wants to watch. Hollywood tries to save the Earth, but moviegoers aren’t buying eco-messages anymore Christian…

NAFTA Talks Stall Over Climate Change

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Negotiations for a new North American Free Trade Agreement have reportedly stalled at least in part over whether climate change should be included in the text of the agreement. U.S. Fights Mention of ‘Climate Change’ in New Nafta By Josh Wingrove , Eric Martin , and Andrew Mayeda 16 December…