Category Archives: Democracy and global warming policies

The uncertainty is settled

By Andrew L. Urban. Writing in ‘Climate etc’, esteemed climate scientist Dr Judith Curry has urged greater attention to the uncertainties of scientific research into global warming (aka climate change). “The current focus on CO2 emissions reductions risks having a … Continue reading

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The Madness

By Andrew L. Urban. The Madness in summary: The original brief from policymakers (UNFCCC): look into dangerous man made causes of global warming: budget is large. The outcome from IPCC climate scientists: yeah, we think man-made CO2 emissions cause global … Continue reading

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Renewables: stupid is as stupid does

By Andrew L. Urban. Recent (and frequent) power failures and ever increasing renewable energy targets by Labour States makes it seem like Australia is rushing to be declared the world’s stupidest lucky country. How much CO2 is there in the … Continue reading

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Three of a kind: Climatism, Islam, Scientology

By Andrew L. Urban. Three intolerant, dictatorial belief systems active in the West – Climatism, Islam, Scientology – share defining characteristics and are doing great harm each in their own way. One of them – Climatism – is blindly embraced … Continue reading

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Why big business loves the Green-Left

By Andrew L. Urban. They won’t say so in public, of course, but many manufacturing corporations, like Siemens, are no doubt quietly cheering the Green-Left’s push for massive renewable energy targets – and the global politics of officially mandated political … Continue reading

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The CON in consensus

Consensus on climate? You’ve been conned. By Andrew L. Urban. In the wake of South Australia’s instant State-wide blackout on September 28, 2016, and the political storm that followed the physical one, it is pertinent to note (or to remind … Continue reading

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Is the BBC capturing carbon?

By Andrew L. Urban. I couldn’t let it pass without comment how the BBC’s Environment Reporter, Mark Kinver, seems confused between ‘carbon’ and ‘carbon dioxide’. On February 4, 2016, he reports that “Newly grown rainforests can absorb 11 times as … Continue reading

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Why scientists disagree about global warming

Why scientists disagree about global warming – by Craig Idso, Robert M. Carter (1942-2016), S. Fred Singer – November 23, 2015 Extracts from the book’s concluding chapter: The most important fact about climate science, often overlooked, is that scientists disagree about … Continue reading

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COP21 – the point of no return

By Andrew L. Urban. December 11, 2115 – Centenary of COP21 Climate Conference, Paris: They’re all dead, all those thousands who gathered in Paris for that fateful two weeks, in which the world’s self-appointed climate warriors signed the death warrants … Continue reading

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How much CO2 for a trillion dollars?

By Andrew L. Urban. If proof were needed that the climate change industry is in a feeding frenzy, the COP21 in Paris (December 2015) was it. Countless thousands converged on Paris for a talkfest that went on for two weeks. … Continue reading

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