High carbon footprint families identified by sweets and restaurant food, not higher meat consumption

University of Sheffield Families with high carbon footprints consume two to three times more sweets and alcohol than those with low footprints Study by experts in Sheffield and Kyoto, Japan,…

Why Politicians Who Don’t Understand the Science of Global Warming Don’t Need to Act.

Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball My last article chastised leaders for their apparent inability to understand or even question the evidence that shows CO2 is causing global warming. I can…

The carbon trading money tree

If the carbon trading business seems too good to be true, maybe there’s a good reason Guest post by Kelvin Kemm The COP-18 environmental conference held in Doha has come…

Science held hostage in climate debate

Garth Paltridge in the Financial review: The broad theory of man-made global warming is acceptable in the purely qualitative sense. If humans continue to fill the atmosphere with carbon dioxide,…

Email from UNFCCC: "we won't let Canada out of the Kyoto Convention responsibilities"

People send me stuff… UPDATE: See below for another interpretation Remember how this was phrased? “sign it, it’s just voluntary!” Recall Rio 1992 “Earth Summit” where the meme was “hey,…

Kyoto – in the past for Canada

More at BBC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-16151310 UPI says: The cost of meeting Canada’s obligations under Kyoto would be $13.6 billion, Kent said. “That’s $1,600 from every Canadian family — that’s the Kyoto…

The Durban COPx ‘til we meet again, historically

By Christopher Horner The annual “historic agreement” to meet again later — wait, sorry, that’s “to save the planet” — has been agreed, to the also-annual teary-eyed hugging and standing…

I'm sure the Chinese will stop if you ask them…

It seems the US is to blame…