Monthly Archives: July 2010

Met Office: “Unequivocal evidence of global warming”

Yesterday I posted my blog piece reviewing Steve Goreham’s book “Climatism!”. And the same day we heard about a new report, apparently prepared jointly by our own Met Office and the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which claims … Continue reading

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“Climatism!”: A Must-Read Book on Climate Alarmism

I’ve recently reviewed a number of excellent books on aspects of the climate debate.  But I want to tell you about the book I’ve just read: “Climatism”. I was at the Heartland Climate Conference in Chicago in May, when I … Continue reading

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This is a letter which I just sent to Friends of the Earth on the subject of Cap’n’Trade

Sarah-Jayne Clifton, International Climate Campaigner, Friends of the Earth Dear Sarah-Jayne, Thank you for your letter of June 11th (forwarded from a previous address).  I was astonished to find that I fully agree with your statement that “carbon trading is … Continue reading

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Memo to America: Don’t do Cap’n’Trade!

Senator Harry Reid denounces Republican opposition to President Obama’s Cap’n’Trade proposals as “dangerous”.  Senator Reid is wrong.  It is the Climate Bill itself which is dangerous.  Fortunately the Bill’s recent set-back could well be terminal. Emissions trading is wrong at … Continue reading

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Some minor carping from the sidelines

I yield to no one in my admiration for David Cameron. Just back from a successful trip to the States, he is now on a key mission to India, via Ankara. If he is not yet bestriding the world like … Continue reading

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If Turkey joins the EU, we should leave

David Cameron in Ankara has said that “prejudice” is blocking Turkish accession to the EU. That’s the kind of cheap shot we’d expect from a Labour politician discussing immigration, not from a Conservative Prime Minister. He should pause and reflect … Continue reading

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Time for a Con-Lab pact on nuclear power?

The former Labour government, after years of prevarication, had finally come round to accepting the need for new nuclear capacity – at least to replace old capacity coming to the end of its life, and perhaps to increase the overall … Continue reading

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