Washington State Judge: Constitutional Obligation to Act on Global Warming

Guest essay by Eric Worrall A Washington State Judge has found in favour of petitioners demanding action on Climate Change. According to The Blaze; In what environmentalists are calling a “groundbreaking” ruling, a Washington state judge has ruled that state lawmakers have a “constitutional obligation” to the youth of the state to take action on…

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Friday Funny – the root of all problems is climate change

There’s a famous cartoon by XKCD titled “Duty calls“, where someone is obsessing over something they’ve seen “wrong on the Internet”.  This Josh cartoon is a bit like that, in that much of the perceived “wrongness” of global warming, aka “climate change”, is seen only through the eyes of activists on the Internet reading the…

Exposing the well funded & manufactured campaign of blame on the 'Exxon knew climate change would be dangerous' fiasco

New Disclosures Help Pull Back Curtain on Who’s Funding Manufactured Climate Investigation by Steve Everley energyindepth.org , Dallas, Tex. A letter reportedly being circulated among a handful of Democrats this week in the U.S. House of Representatives, calling for an investigation into energy companies’ opinions on climate change, references news reports that the letter’s authors…

Terrorism and a cold winter refugee crisis

A brutal cold spell could kill refugees. Paris COP21 delegates need to discuss this climate issue. Guest essay by Paul Driessen and Joe D’Aleo Even after the latest Paris massacres – and previous radical Islamist atrocities in the USA, France, Britain, Canada, Spain, India, Iraq, Syria, Nigeria and elsewhere – politicians absurdly say hypothetical manmade…

Back to Basics on Climate for The Australia Institute

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Richard Denniss, Chief Economist of The Australia Institute, has written a rather patronising “back to basics” attack on coal, one of Australia’s major export commodities. The only problem is, he missed some of the basics. According to Denniss; You can’t tackle climate change while you are increasing the amount of…