“CO2 is primarily plant food while its other implications for Nature are negligible in comparison." Maybe we should learn to love our carbon emissions?
The Met Office lacks no certainty when it comes to climate change. But should it?
U.S Senate passes legislation to prevent American airlines abiding to EU Emissions Trading System (ETS)
Tim Worstall is seemingly convinced that "the Man from Whitehall" could "solve" the climate "problem", if only he could exchange one centrally-planned, environmentally-ineffectual social nightmare for another
Britain's anti-carbon war has hiked taxes, provided a windfall for government, driven up energy costs, hobbled industry competitiveness, and dumped masses into fuel poverty. Where's the benefit?
Which raft of energy policies gets proven 'greener' results? The anti-fossil fuel regulatory regimes of socialist Europe or those set by the 'evil' capitalists in the Bush White House?
The technique of hydraulic fracturing - 'fracking' - is enjoying more than 15 minutes of fame with the release of several documentary films on the subject. So which are worth your time?
The real Mr Big behind the oil profiteering racket isn't Big Oil - it's Big Government
An absolute joy for sceptics and a must read for fence-sitters, James Delingpole's 'Watermelons' is a new and vital weapon in the fight against the green agenda
We should hope that the British government realises what the EU does not and withdraws from the EU ETS and presses for its dismantling, replacing it with a simple carbon tax
The European Commission is getting ahead of itself about carbon targets again. We must be realistic if we want reliable, affordable energy.
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