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REVELATION OF UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF CLIMATE POLICIES

Posted 20 January 2015

Economic fallacies, as well as a host of unintended consequences, of the current policies on climate change of a number of world governments are set out convincingly in this new paper produced for the UK Global Warming Policy Foundation by Andrew Montford.

To download the pdf format of the paper, link here

  

 
LOWER FUEL PRICES ARE NOT AN ARGUMENT FOR A "CARBON" TAX

Posted 9 January 2015

"As the NPR, WSJ, and Bloomberg articles all make clear, savings from lower fuel costs allow households to spend more on everything from restaurant meals and movies to rent and mortgage payments to education and new cars. Carbon tax proponents claim the only judgment they are making is a technical one about economic efficiency. In fact, they implicitly assert that society will be better off if people have less money to spend on meals, movies, rent, homes, education, and cars." Marlo  Lewis, a US commentator, writes for Global Warming,org a brilliant rebuttal to claims that lower fuel prices justify a "carbon" tax.

Read it here

Last Updated ( Thursday, 08 January 2015 )
 
"WE HAVE FAILED TO PREVENT GLOBAL WARMING, SO WE MIUST ADAPT TO IT"

Posted 24 February 2014

"The issue over whether there is global warming and what the human contribution to it might be is – at least to a material extent – a scientific question. But whether we should do anything about it and, if so, which of the available technical options is best to adopt, is emphatically not a question for scientists. Instead, it is a question for economists, which then puts you very much in my world."  Andrew Lilico, writing in the UK Daily Telegraph 

Read it here

Last Updated ( Sunday, 23 February 2014 )
 
SOCIETAL BENEFITS OF FOSSIL FUELS GREATLY OUTWEIGH PERCEIVED COSTS OF CARBON

Posted 23 January 2014

The benefits of fossil fuel energy to society far outweigh the social costs of carbon (SCC) by a magnitude of 50 to 500 times, according to a landmark study released by the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCCE) today.

Download pdf file here

Last Updated ( Thursday, 23 January 2014 )
 
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