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  • Anthony Kelly: Climate Policy And The Poor

    • Date: 06/06/14

    This paper aims to show that the measures currently being taken to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide from fossil fuels are directly harming the poor, both in the developing and in the developed world. Full paper (PDF)

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  • Anthony Kelly: Climate Policy And The Poor

    • Date: 06/06/14
    • Professor Anthony Kelly, The Global Warming Policy Foundation

    This paper aims to show that the measures currently being taken to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide from fossil fuels are directly harming the poor, both in the developing and in the developed world. Energy sources that are not based on fossil fuels make power and food – both of vital importance for the poor – […]

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  • Philipp Mueller: UK Energy Security: Myth and Reality

    • Date: 02/06/14

    Philipp Mueller’s paper shows that open energy markets are a much better way to ensure energy security than intermittent generation systems like wind and solar which risk to undermine the stability and security of the national grid. Full paper here

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  • Philipp Mueller: UK Energy Security: Myth and Reality

    • Date: 02/06/14
    • Philipp Mueller, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    Philipp Mueller’s paper shows that open energy markets are a much better way to ensure energy security than intermittent generation systems like wind and solar which risk to undermine the stability and security of the national grid. Full paper  

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  • Nigel Lawson: The Trouble With Climate Change

    • Date: 27/05/14

    There is something odd about the global warming debate — or the climate change debate, as we are now expected to call it, since global warming has for the time being come to a halt. Full essay here

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  • Nigel Lawson: The Trouble With Climate Change

    • Date: 27/05/14
    • Nigel Lawson, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    There is something odd about the global warming debate — or the climate change debate, as we are now expected to call it, since global warming has for the time being come to a halt. Full essay

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  • Lennart Bengtsson Resigns: GWPF Voices Shock and Concern at the Extent of Intolerance within the Climate Science Community

    • Date: 14/05/14
    • The Global Warming Policy Foundation

    It is with great regret, and profound shock, that we have received Professor Lennart Bengtsson’s letter of resignation from his membership of the GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council. The Foundation, while of course respecting Professor Bengtsson’s decision, notes with deep concern the disgraceful intolerance within the climate science community which has prompted his resignation. Professor Bengtsson’s […]

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  • Sea-Level Change: Living With Uncertainty

    • Date: 07/05/14

    Willem de Lange and Bob Carter provide a succinct summary of the primary scientific issues relevant to devising cost-effective policies regarding sea-level change and show that adaptation is more cost-effective than mitigation.  Full report here

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