A balanced and rational approach to climate change
The Global Warming Policy Foundation is a non-partisan think tank and a registered educational charity that focuses on climate and energy policy.
We are deeply concerned about the impact of climate change policies: that they may be doing more harm than good, both to the world’s poorest people and the environment.
Our aim is to provide robust and reliable analysis of climate and energy issues, based on rigorous research, for policymakers and the general public.
The Feasibility of a Net Zero Economy for the USA by 2050
By Michael Kelly
A new paper by Prof Michael Kelly warns that any attempt to decarbonise the US economy by 2050 is doomed to failure.
The Polar Wildlife Report
London, 27 February: A prominent Canadian zoologist says that Arctic and Antarctic wildlife continued to …
Hurricane activity not getting worse, new paper shows
This paper reviews hurricane activity around the world. 2021 and 2022 recorded the lowest number of both hurricanes and major hurricanes globally for any two year period since 1980, and this comes against long-term hurricane activity trends that are essentially flat.
World’s coral reefs not declining, new paper reveals
A new paper by Dr Peter Ridd and published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation refutes alarmist claims about the state of the world’s coral reefs.
GWPF publishes new discussion paper on carbon taxes
The Global Warming Policy Foundation recently published a new paper by Professor Peter Hartley (Rice …
Lord Frost to deliver 2023 Annual GWPF Lecture
Best Books of 2022
Important new paper challenges IPCC’s claims about climate sensitivity
Professor John F. Dewey FRS joins GWPF Academic Advisory Council
Steve Baker MP warns of risks of computer modelling
Steven Koonin delivers the 2021 Annual GWPF Lecture
Failure of Net Zero policy ‘virtually certain’, senior engineer warns
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