Have grant, will travel -- that might have been the slogan for the 80-strong posse of Australian climateers who flew to London last March to campaign for global governance by their own kind
Who could object to REDD, an initiative that aims to save tropical forests and make the world a better, greener place? Anyone with an eye for dubious mathematics and subtle racism
Professor Stephan Lewandowsky’s latest study of climate “deniers” is drawing much adverse comment, especially from those who don’t appreciate being smeared as simpletons and loonies
Rather than reading, and often misreading, ice cores, tree-ring data and the like, climate scientists would do well to ask if they have invested their faith in an illusion
The bush is being despoiled by development, climate change and waves of extinctions, or so we told by those with a green barrow to push. The truth is otherwise
Measured sea-level rises have failed to match catastropharians’ dire projections, but that isn’t crimping climate bureaucrats’ plans. A $10 billion seawall across Port Phillip, anyone?
We have just seen two more reports about global warming from government agencies – and two more lost opportunities to detail a sensible climate policy
After touching down at the UWA, New York University warmist and globe-girdling alarmist Professor Dale Jamieson treated local doomsayers to an exhibition of selective memory
If bureaucrats marketed wine as they do water, this lover of the grape figures his glass and pockets would both be empty
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