• John Constable Joins GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council

    • Date: 28/06/16
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    The Global Warming Policy Foundation is pleased to announce that Dr John Constable has joined the GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council. John Constable is a British energy analyst and the GWPF’s energy editor. Amongst his many energy-related publications are The Green Mirage: Why the low carbon economy may be further off than we think (Civitas: London, […]

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  • Professor Anastasios Tsonis Joins GWPF Academic Advisory Council

    • Date: 05/05/16
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    The Global Warming Policy Foundation is pleased to announce that Professor Anastasios Tsonis has joined the GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council. Dr Tsonis is an American atmospheric scientist and distinguished professor at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. His research focuses on the study of climate dynamics and global change. His work has led to the Tsonis criterion, […]

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  • New Paper: Droughts Are Not Getting Worse And They Are Not Causing Wars

    • Date: 25/04/16
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    A new briefing paper published today by the London-based Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) examines environmentalists’ statements about droughts and heatwaves and finds them to be highly misleading. Claims that droughts are getting worse are not supported in the scientific literature. This is true for both on a global level and for the UK, where […]

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  • After El Nino, Will The Global Warming Pause Continue?

    • Date: 03/03/16
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    Is the global warming pause over for good — or will it continue once the current El Nino dies down? That is the key question raised by Dr David Whitehouse, the GWPF’s science editor, in a new video. The current El Nino is one of the strongest on record. It has elevated global temperatures to […]

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  • New Chairman Of GWPF Academic Advisory Council

    • Date: 04/01/16
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    On 1 January 2016 Professor Christopher Essex took over as Chairman of the Global Warming Policy Foundation’s Academic Advisory Council. Dr Essex is Professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Western Ontario. He co-discovered the entropy production paradox, computed the first accurate entropy production rate for the Earth, the first accurate […]

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  • Statement From The Global Warming Policy Foundation In Response To Articles Published In The Independent And i Newspapers

    • Date: 10/12/15
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    The Trustees of the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) will be reviewing the matters raised by Greenpeace’s undercover investigation and as reported by The Independent  and i papers. However, in the meantime it should be clearly understood that Professor Happer’s exchanges with the undercover operator were carried out in his own name and not in his capacity as […]

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  • New Report: The Truth About China

    • Date: 02/12/15
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    China will talk a good game at the UN Climate Conference in Paris but won’t make any binding commitments, concludes The Truth About China, an important new report published today by the Global Warming Policy Foundation. “China’s Communist Party has as its highest priority its own self-preservation, and that self-preservation depends overwhelmingly on its ability to […]

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  • GWPF Welcomes Grantham Institute Acknowledgement That “CO2 Benefits Are Indeed Good News”

    • Date: 21/10/15
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    The Global Warming Policy Foundation welcomes the acknowledgement by Professor Colin Prentice, a leading UK climate scientist at the Grantham Institute, that the thrust of the GWPF’s latest report on CO2 is correct and a well-established scientific fact. Last week, the GWPF published a by report Dr Indur Goklany (Carbon Dioxide: The Good News) which highlights […]

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