Monthly Archives: November 2014

Come on, Matt Ridley, it’s not that difficult

Matt Ridley has a new article in The Times, called Spare me the selfishness of the eco-toffs. I appreciate that Matt Ridley may not have chosen the title, but I suspect I’m not alone in finding an article criticising eco-toffs, … Continue reading

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Antarctica

Antarctica is an amazing place for many reasons. It’s a pristine and exotic environment with scenery you’ll see almost nowhere else on the planet. It also has no permanent human habitation. The only reason we spend time on the continent … Continue reading

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It’ll never work!

The IPCC has released its final synthesis report. I don’t really want to discuss it in detail. Sou already has a post about it and Carbon Brief has a good summary. I thought I might comment, though, on a view … Continue reading

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Nic Lewis on Radio 4

The BBC has continued with its goal of always including someone associated with the Global Warming Policy Foundation in any segment on climate science. This morning it was Nic Lewis on Radio 4. The segment starts about 15 minutes in, … Continue reading

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