What Coal Price Surge? Climate Council Predicts 20,000 Jobs to Go

In the midst of an unprecedented surge in coal price and demand, Tim Flannery’s Aussie Climate Council has urged Australia to shut down the coal industry, to protect jobs.

Tim Flannery: “I do feel vindicated” About Climate Change

Climate Prophet TIm Flannery, who predicted rains won’t fill Australia’s dams 2007, only to see record busting floods in 2011, and who encouraged investment in “straightforward” hot rock geothermal energy,…

Claim: 1.5C Global Warming by 2030 – But There is Still a Chance to Avoid 2C

Who is going to tell China? According to scientists interviewed by the SMH, there is still a chance to avoid 2C warming if we immediately halt the expansion of all…

End of Rain? Guardian Blames NSW Flooding on Climate Change

15 years after former Aussie Climate Commissioner Tim Flannery claimed rainfall would not fill our dams, the Guardian asks whether ongoing severe New South Wales flooding is due to climate…

Tim Flannery on Why Our Generation are Like NAZIs Inspiring a new Wave of Baader-Meinhoff Style Ecoterrorists

Tim Flannery having trouble explaining to his son why the world is about to end from climate change, and expressing understanding for the perpetrators of the eco-terror crimes of the…

Tim Flannery: “If there was a moment of true emergency in the fight to preserve our climate, it is now”

Tim Flannery, who once famously once predicted the dams would never fill again, and who held a very well paid position as Aussie climate commissioner for a few years, now…

“You B*stards Sacked Me”: When the climate sceptics arrived

The Sydney Morning Herald traces the politicisation of climate change in Australia to the day Tony Abbott fired climate advisor Tim Flannery from his $180K / year part time job.…

UNSW Academic Repeats Tired “Dams will Never Fill” Climate Change Myth

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to UNSW academic Dr. Clara Stephens, future extreme rainfall will fail to fill Aussie dams, because the drier ground will absorb too much moisture.…

“Mummy, What’s that Smell?”: SMH Climate Activist Explains Tim Flannery’s Electrical Impulse Tree Communication Theory

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Sometimes you encounter a mainstream media climate article which you just have to share. Call of the wild: listen up, people, time is running out…

A Theory Ready for Extinction

Don’t worry too much over those warmist predictions that millions of species will soon be lost to climate change. Judging by their methods it is the doomsayers who are the…

Climateer Tim Flannery sacked in Oz

A strong cold wind of reform is sweeping around Australia: PROFESSOR Tim Flannery has been sacked by the Abbott Government from his $180,000 a year part time Chief Climate Commissioner…

Back to the Future: Paradise Lost, or Paradise Regained?

Guest post by Paul MacRae In June, a NASA climate study announced that the warm middle Miocene era, about 16 million years ago, had carbon dioxide levels of 400 to…

Flim Flam Flannery's Fecklessness Foiled

UPDATE: Veteran Australian cartoonist  Pickering weighs in, see below. (h/t to Dale Stiller) There’s yet another scare coming from Australia’s Climate Commissioner Tim Flannery hot of the heels of his…

Australians just aren't going to know what rainfall is

While the Waragamba dam overflows in NSW, and the Sydney Morning Herald reports… ‘Unprecedented amount of rain’: flood evacuations after Sydney dam spills …and many Australians wonder just what the…

A headline I thought I'd never see

It seems that the media down under is turning on newly appointed climate change commissioner Tim Flannery and his ideas. We need a Flannery FAIL blog to keep track of…

Well, which is it?

Andrew Bolt (via his reader John Coochey) of the Herald Sun notes an astonishing incongruity with expert claims on CO2 warming retention times made about 24 hours apart on radio…

Andrew Bolt scores the Quote of the Millennium

This is from MTR 1377 radio today. Our regular feature, “Quote of the Week” just doesn’t work here. Neither does decade or century. No, a whole new category all by…