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24 12, 2023

COP28 : renouveau de l’énergie nucléaire et avenir radieux des combustibles fossiles

By |2023-12-24T16:05:32+01:0024 December 2023|Belgium French|Comments Off on COP28 : renouveau de l’énergie nucléaire et avenir radieux des combustibles fossiles

Par Samuel Furfari republié les Blogs Factuel Source: Shutterstock La COP28 semble pour certains avoir été une avancée, le mot « énergie » ayant été inclus pour la première fois dans les conclusions. La mention de la « transition vers le retrait » des énergies fossiles a fait sensation, mais à l’analyse du texte, les échappatoires sont si [...]

22 12, 2023

Ross McKitrick: The only thing wrong with the globalist climate agenda — the people won’t have it

By |2023-12-24T14:56:14+01:0022 December 2023|Climate policy, News|Comments Off on Ross McKitrick: The only thing wrong with the globalist climate agenda — the people won’t have it

Phasing out fossil fuels is going to cost way more than ordinary people will accept. Delegates to COP28 clearly didn't understand that Author of the article: Ross McKitrick, Special to Financial Post It’s tempting to dismiss the outcome of COP28, the recent United Nations climate change conference in the United Arab Emirates, as [...]

7 12, 2023

The earth is warming, but is CO2 the cause?

By |2023-12-28T09:36:58+01:007 December 2023|News, Norway|Comments Off on The earth is warming, but is CO2 the cause?

By Ingemar Nordin There was quite a stir when the Norwegian Statistics centre published a paper by John K. Dagsvik and Sigmund H. Moen. The paper has the title “To what extent are temperature levels changing due to greenhouse gas emissions?” It was also noticed abroad: Source: Wall Street Journal  The [...]

2 12, 2023

Newsletter Friday November 24, 2023

By |2023-12-02T17:04:34+01:002 December 2023|Newsletter|Comments Off on Newsletter Friday November 24, 2023

© Clintel Foundation/Friday November 24, 2023 Historical Dutch election results are a victory for climate realism  The historical victory of the PVV (Party for Freedom) in the Dutch General Elections of November 22nd was primarily linked to the theme of immigration. But let’s not forget that the PVV [...]

2 12, 2023

Interview Douglas Cormack

By |2023-12-02T16:23:08+01:002 December 2023|Interviews, United Kingdom|Comments Off on Interview Douglas Cormack

Douglas Cormack Name: Douglas Cormack Country: UK What is your background? Having obtained a 1st class Honours BSc and a PhD in Physical Chemistry from Glasgow University, I spent 2.5 years at Woodshole in Massachusetts. Thereafter, I joined the UK Scientific Civil Service at my recruitment grade of Senior Scientific Officer. Thereafter, I [...]

2 12, 2023

Interview Richard W. Hurst

By |2023-12-02T16:16:06+01:002 December 2023|Interviews, USA|Comments Off on Interview Richard W. Hurst

Richard W. Hurst Name: Richard W. Hurst Country: USA What is your background? My interest in science began at an early age due to my God-given inquisitive nature. I survived an operation at birth to repair a blocked esophagus that saved my life and, due to my parents’ desire to help future [...]

23 11, 2023

Nic Lewis debunks James Hansen’s overheated claims

By |2023-11-23T16:46:43+01:0023 November 2023|News, USA|Comments Off on Nic Lewis debunks James Hansen’s overheated claims

By Nic Lewis reposted from Climate Etc. James Hansen’s latest paper “Global warming in the pipeline” (Hansen et al. (2023)) has already been heavily criticized in a lengthy comment by Michael Mann, author of the original IPCC ‘hockey stick’. However Mann does not deal with Hansen’s surprisingly high (4.8°C) new estimate of equilibrium climate sensitivity (ECS)ECS [...]

22 11, 2023

COVID, climate and manufactured consensus

By |2023-11-22T13:49:40+01:0022 November 2023|News, USA|Comments Off on COVID, climate and manufactured consensus

by Judith Curry reposted from Climate Etc. Politically-motivated manufacture of scientific consensus corrupts the scientific process and leads to poor policy decisions An essay with excerpts from my new book Climate Uncertainty and Risk. In the 21st century, humankind is facing a myriad of complex societal problems that are characterized by deep uncertainties, [...]

21 11, 2023

Steven Koonin’s visit to The Netherlands: the science is not settled

By |2023-11-22T14:58:21+01:0021 November 2023|CLINTEL, News, The Netherlands, USA|Comments Off on Steven Koonin’s visit to The Netherlands: the science is not settled

The science is not settled. That is the central message in prof. Steven Koonin’s climate bestseller: Unsettled. Koonin, former Undersecretary for Science in the Obama Administration (2009-2011), demonstrates in his book that the climate problem is often exaggerated and that the proposed energy transition is unfeasible. On the occasion of the launch of the [...]

15 11, 2023

The cause of the high temperatures in recent months

By |2024-01-30T12:08:05+01:0015 November 2023|News|Comments Off on The cause of the high temperatures in recent months

By Antero Ollila The media has reported record-high temperatures for the recent months. Climate change has been blamed, which the IPCC claims is solely due to the increase in greenhouse gases. Nowhere has there been any news that the Earth received about 3 W/m2 more solar radiation in August 2023 than in the [...]