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  • Peter Ridd Joins GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council

    • Date: 08/07/20
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    The Global Warming Policy Foundation is pleased to announce that Professor Peter Ridd has joined the GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council. Peter Ridd was Professor of Physics at James Cook University specialising in geophysics. He published over 100 articles in international journals, many relating to the Great Barrier Reef upon which he worked for over 35 […]

  • Please Support the GWPF

    • Date: 03/07/20
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    Dear Friend, The last three months have been almost completely overshadowed by Covid-19, the economic and social upheaval it has caused, and political unrest in a number of countries.  During these months our team has found itself in unprecedented circumstances. Fortunately, we have been able to continue GWPF’s work remotely, with our team working and […]

  • Mismanagement And Corruption Have Been Destroying South Africa’s Energy Giant

    • Date: 02/07/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    Privatisation may be the only hope of meaningful reform The energy security of millions of South Africans has been jeopardised by mismanagement and corruption in the country’s electricity utility Eskom, according to a new report published today by the Global Warming Policy Foundation. According to the report’s author, energy economist Ioannis Kessides, the last 20 years […]

  • GWPF Launches “Energy For Africa” Week

    • Date: 29/06/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    Today the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) is launching its Energy Justice project, seeking to highlight how reliable energy access is central to the problems of people and businesses in the developing world, and showing how it must be central to any attempts to change things for the better.  Energy Justice is centred around a […]

  • Green Haste Will Trash The Promise Of Hydrogen

    • Date: 19/06/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    London, 19 June: Desperate policy makers trying to reach Net Zero targets that are unaffordable and infeasible are rushing into the premature adoption of hydrogen as a last ditch attempt to save the current agenda. Faced with the task of eliminating carbon dioxide emissions while sustaining economic growth, the UK government, like others around the world, […]

  • Dangers Of Nuclear Energy ‘Much Less Than Previously Thought’

    • Date: 17/06/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    New scientific findings suggest radiation risks are exaggerated. An important new paper from the Global Warming Policy Foundation reveals that low-level nuclear radiation might be much less dangerous than previously thought. According to authors, Professor Edward Calabrese and Dr Mikko Paunio, recent reviews of seminal research conducted in the decades after the Second World War […]

  • Le Climat En 2019

    • Date: 15/06/20
    • Ole Humlum, Le Climat en 2019
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    Ce rapport se concentre sur les observations empiriques et non sur les simulations des modèles climatiques. Bien qu’un réchauffement se soit produit au cours des 40 dernières années, l’activité cycloniques est restée stable et la couverture neigeuse inchangée. Les banquises de l’Arctique et de l’Antarctique ont connu des évolutions divergentes, régression pour la première, augmentation […]

  • UK Consumers Face £2-3 Billion Annual Bill To Prevent Green Energy Blackouts

    • Date: 10/06/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    Lockdown reveals Britain’s power grid is fragile, expensive and failing – because of renewables. London, 10 June — The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) is today publishing a collection of papers by energy expert Dr John Constable, documenting the rapid decay of the UK electricity system, with system balancing costs spiralling out of control over the last […]

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