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  • Professor Peter Dobson OBE joins GWPF Academic Advisory Council

    • Date: 10/05/21
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    The Global Warming Policy Foundation is pleased to announce that Professor Peter Dobson OBE has joined the GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council. Peter Dobson is the former Director of Oxford University’s Begbroke Business and Science Park. He was one of the founders of a Master’s course on Environmental Technology at Imperial College (in the early 80s) and […]

  • Shale revolution makes extreme global warming scenarios implausible

    • Date: 07/05/21
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    Many climate modellers are still using false assumptions that are no longer credible London, 7 May: A new paper published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation reveals that the shale revolution and the global shift from coal to gas has made the worst global warming scenario, known as RCP8.5, highly unlikely. The paper, written by Tim Worstall, […]

  • Professor Peter Edwards FRS joins GWPF Board of Trustees

    • Date: 28/04/21
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    The Global Warming Policy Foundation is pleased to announce that Professor Peter Edwards has joined its Board of Trustees. Peter P. Edwards FRS ML is Statutory Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and former Head of Inorganic Chemistry and a Fellow of St Catherine’s College at the University of Oxford.   Following BSc and PhD degrees at […]

  • New report reviews the state of extreme weather in 2020

    • Date: 22/04/21
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    Observational data contradicts claims of worsening weather events  London, 22 April: A new report published today by the Global Warming Policy Foundation reviews extreme weather trends around the world in 2020 and finds little evidence of deterioration. The report, by physicist Dr Ralph Alexander, also looks at how extreme weather has been reported by others and […]

  • The Climate Blame Game

    • Date: 13/04/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    A paper published today shows that attempts to blame extreme weather on human-caused global warming are “overconfident and probably wrong”. The paper, by statistician and philosopher of science Dr William M Briggs, reveals that mainstream attribution science is beset by flaws of reasoning, modelling and data. Dr Briggs points out that most attribution claims are […]

  • BBC’s ‘A Perfect Planet’ contradicts mainstream scientific findings

    • Date: 15/03/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    The final episode of the BBC’s ‘A Perfect Planet’ contains multiple factual inaccuracies and gives an unchallenged platform to political activists, the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) has said in a complaint to the broadcaster.  Prominent claims in the final episode of the series are contradicted by the recently published findings of the Intergovernmental Panel […]

  • New report: 2020 was another good year for polar bears

    • Date: 26/02/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    London, 26 February: A prominent Canadian zoologist says that Facebook’s polar bear claims are gravely out of date and 2020 was another good year for polar bears. In the State of the Polar Bear Report 2020, published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) to coincide with International Polar Bear Day (27 February), zoologist Dr. Susan […]

  • Reporting emissions: A little nudge with a big stick

    • Date: 23/02/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation
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    New analysis reveals that recent legislation criminalises simple energy and carbon reporting errors London, 23 February: The directors of thousands of businesses risk getting criminal records if they accidentally misreport their energy consumption and carbon emissions. A new paper published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation reveals that a little-noticed Statutory Regulation introduced in 2018, and […]

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