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Tories Face Extinction In This Climate Of Hysteria

The Tories are facing extinction – without even the pleasure of a rebellion. Having beaten themselves to a pulp over Brexit, they are now too punch-drunk to defend themselves over global warming. Lifelong Swampy Jeremy Corbyn has latched on to…

Climate Lunacy As The New Orthodoxy

I recall listening to the late Professor Bob Carter a number of years ago saying that he thought the tide was turning. Effectively, the climate scam was in the process of being undone. Far from it in Australia; very far…

Details of the history of inner Eurasia revealed

An international team of researchers has combined archaeological, historical and linguistic data with genetic information from over 700 newly analyzed individuals to construct a more detailed picture of the history of inner Eurasia than ever before available. They found that the indigenous populations of inner Eurasia are very diverse in their genes, culture and languages, but divide into three groups that stretch across the area in east-west geographic bands.

Why the Great Barrier Reef is in danger

As you probably already know, the Great Barrier Reef is in big trouble. About 50 percent of the reef’s coral cover has already been lost, and the generally agreed-upon estimate is that it all could be gone by 2050 unless…

Rebellious Times

Posted on 29 April 2019 by John Mason The Extinction Rebellion protests of 2019 and their naysayers: analysis It can sometimes seem a lonely road to walk. Voices in the wilderness: a plucky band of writers doing their best to…

China Talks the Talk…

It is arguably the most consequential event of 2019 for the climate:  China’s belt and road summit.  How Beijing invests its billions abroad will make or break the global carbon budget. In recent years China has gone on a coal…

Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory On Track To Produce Cars As Early As September

Tesla’s Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai, China, is on track to roll the first Model 3 off the production lines in September of this year. Tencent News reported on the matter, noting that September was the target timing, but the new factory would be churning out cars by the end of 2019 at the latest, according to their source

New research, April 15-21, 2019

Posted on 26 April 2019 by Ari Jokimäki A selection of new climate related research articles is shown below. This post has separate sections for: Climate Change, Climate Change Impacts, Climate Change Mitigation, and Other Papers. Climate change Time of…

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CHINA: Borrower nations could keep Belt and Road emissions in check

Borrower nations participating in China’s Belt and Road Initiative will have a big say in whether its net effect helps the world meet the Paris Agreement’s carbon objectives or puts them forever out of reach.