Tag Archives: The Global Warming Policy Foundation

WHO?

I seem to be spending a lot my time at the moment going “I really can’t be bothered, I’m losing interest, and it’s not worth all the effort” and then making the mistake of visiting, for example, the Global Warming … Continue reading

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Matt Ridley, climate scientist?

I’ve written before about the BBC and its balance. Subsequently, the BBC upheld complaints about interviewing Nigel Lawson – a non-expert – about climate science. It seems, however, that the BBC must have – as part of its charter – … Continue reading

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Maybe we should remember this

David Rose has a new article in the Daily Mail exposing the shadowing network who fund green policy groups in the UK. This shadowy network apparently include the nefarious Dutch National Postcode Lottery and is shadowy because….actually, I don’t know … Continue reading

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Environmental bullies

I was wondering what others thought of Owen Paterson’s lecture to the GWPF. I read it and thought it wasn’t as bad as I was expecting (which shouldn’t really be interpreted as “good”). Some of what was said about energy … Continue reading

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Andrew Montford on precipitation

Andrew Montford, who runs the Bishop Hill blog has produced a report for the Global Warming Policy Foundation/Forum (GWPF) on precipitation, deluge and flood. It’s the standard kind of message; climate models have failed, we can’t find a trend in … Continue reading

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Really, Benny Peiser, really?

I notice that Benny Peiser, Director of the Global Warming Policy Foundation, has been interviewed for the Express. This gives me an opportunity to add to my collection of posts titled helpful hints for the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF). … Continue reading

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A meeting of minds

I wasn’t sure whether or not to write about the recent meeting between some British climate scientists and a group of “skeptics”, that took place during Anthony Watts’s recent trip to the UK, but since there are some reports about … Continue reading

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Matt Ridley, you seem a little too certain!

I thought I might add a new chapter to my series, which I’ve called helpful tips for the Global Warming Policy Foundation. The first was a quick science lesson for Lord Lawson. The second was the cheerfully titled Come on … Continue reading

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Lukewarmers

After the Global Warming Policy Foundation’s (GWPF) recent report by Nic Lewis and Marcel Crok (which is discussed in a post by Piers Forster on Ed Hawkins’s blog) there seem to be a couple of conclusions being drawn. Some see … Continue reading

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A quick science lesson for Lord Lawson

Since my post about the BBC and its balance seems to be attracting comments about Lord Lawson’s and Brian Hoskins’ appearance on Radio 4 today, I thought it might be best to add a new post that was more explicitly … Continue reading

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