Record Power Prices & Blackouts Hit Germany

Not a Lot of People Know That By Paul Homewood | September 19, 2021 Just in case anybody thinks that the energy crisis is just a UK one, think again! This article is from the German site,  Blackout News: The Germans have broken a record again. Drastically increased wholesale prices and expensive emission rights are driving electricity prices in Germany …

Green Britain faces food shortages as energy crisis shuts down factories

The GPWF 18/09/21 As energy prices in Europe go through the roof, factories are beginning to shut down and food is disappearing from the shelves. Welcome to green Britain, offering a foretaste of what life will be like under Net Zero conditions – poorer, colder, hungrier – unless Government changes course. Acute food shortages were feared last night after high gas prices …

The Current Legal Onslaught Is Unlikely To Limit World Oil Production Significantly

Manhattan Contrarian May 30, 2021 | Francis Menton As you may be aware, a big part of the recent strategy of environmental activists supposedly to address “climate change” has been a multi-front legal onslaught against the major oil producing companies. The onslaught has included everything from hundreds of lawsuits in as many jurisdictions, restrictive new laws, regulatory initiatives, proxy contests, …

UAH Global Temperature Update for March 2021: -0.01 deg. C

UAH Global Temperature Update for March 2021: -0.01 deg. C

Dr. Roy Spencer | April 2, 2021 The Version 6.0 global average lower tropospheric temperature (LT) anomaly for March, 2021 was -0.01 deg. C, down substantially from the February, 2021 value of +0.20 deg. C. REMINDER: We have changed the 30-year averaging period from which we compute anomalies to 1991-2020, from the old period 1981-2010. This change does not affect …

12 Republican state attorneys general sue President Biden over climate change order

12 Republican state attorneys general sue President Biden over climate change order

USA Today By Joey Garrison and Ledyard King | March 8, 2021 WASHINGTON – Twelve states with Republican attorneys general Monday sued President Joe Biden over his first executive order aimed at climate change, alleging he lacked the constitutional authority to implement new rules about greenhouse gases. The federal lawsuit, led by Republican Attorney General Eric Schmitt of Missouri, argues Biden violated the separation of powers clause in …

Steyn Files New Motion in Perpetual Mann Case

By Charles Rotter | March 4, 2021 The complete filing is posted here. Another fantastic filing by Steyn’s attorneys. It’s filled with goodies. This is one of my favorites. MANN’S MERITLESS BUT USEFUL MOTION Rare is the motion that is at the same time both meritless and useful. Plaintiff Michael Mann’s motion to strike, for example, is just meritless: it …

UN Security Council hears of climate threat, does nothing

UN Security Council hears of climate threat, does nothing

Politico.eu By Karl Mathiesen | February 23, 2021 When it comes to climate change, bombs don’t work, so the United Nations Security Council prefers words to action. Tuesday saw the highest profile discussion of climate change in the U.N.’s central body for promoting global peace. But Russia, which holds a veto as a permanent member of the Council, warned against …

The New Pause lengthens from 5 years 4 months to 5 years 6 months

WUWT By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley | Feb. 3, 2021 If there’s one thing that upsets true-believers in the cult of Thermageddon, it’s a Pause in global warming. The first Pause lasted 224 months. Now another one appears to have got its boots on, and it has lengthened by 2 months since I first reported it last month. The least-squares …