Polar Bear Propaganda – September 7, 2012
Tim Ball argues that global warming does not threaten the world’s polar bear population with extinction.
Canadian Senator Promotes Climate Realism in Major Speech – March 15, 2012
March 14, 2012: Sensible, no regrets approach to climate change promoted by British Columbia Senator Nancy Greene-Raine in her speech before the Canadian Senate (March 13).
President Václav Klaus: Inaugural Annual GWPF Lecture – October 28, 2010
Special Report from The Global Warming Policy Foundation. Speech given by President Václav Klaus.
Seven Myths About Green Jobs – September 9, 2010
This study, by the Climate describes seven myths about “green jobs” initiatives that can lead people to falsely believe that government mandates, subsidies and forced technological innovations will bolster economic performance by creating “green jobs. In fact, the paper argues that massive green jobs initiatives are likely to hinder future economic growth and result in net job destruction.
Leading Experts Rapidly Endorsing 'Climate Scientist's Register' – June 27, 2010
"The Climate Scientists’ Register, started one month ago by International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC), has just passed its first 100 expert endorsers."
Scientific American’s Climate Lies – January 3, 2010
"In December 2009, Scientific American, once a respected popular-science journal and now a pulp science-fiction picture comic, viciously attacked US Senator James Inhofe because he had proclaimed 2009 to be the Year of the Skeptic. By skepticism, he meant “standing up and exposing the science, the costs and the hysteria behind global warming alarmism”."
Congress of Racial Equality Leader To Serve As A National Spokesman for 'No Cap-And-Trade' Coalition – December 18, 2009
If domestic cap-and-trade legislation were passed, it could result in a loss of 1.9 million American jobs in 2012 and 2.5 million American jobs by 2025. From 2012-2019, the CBO estimates direct government spending at $822 billion with revenue at $845 billion from taxes on energy producers.
Postpone Copenhagen Treaty – December 10, 2009
The largest cluster (51%) favours postponement of signing--either until we can be more confident that the global economy is coming out of recession (25%) or that there is strong agreement that the scientific research attributing climate change to humans is fully objective (26%).
Frontier posts College of Physicians and Surgeons investigation of wrongly alleged “cancer epidemic” in oilsands. – November 12, 2009
In 2006, Dr. John O’Connor, a Nova Scotia physician then working in Fort Chipewyan, Alberta, alleged that an epidemic of cancer was occurring in northern Alberta—and because of the oilsands operations there. In light of this, Frontier has decided to post the November 4, 2009 College of Physicians and Surgeons investigation of Dr. O’Connor.
Whither The Weather? – November 2, 2009
To date, the media has discouraged public debate on climate change and instead focused on group behaviours. Senior Fellow Dr. Tim Ball provides a discussion guide for teachers suited for collegiate level students that includes a balanced view of the issue. Reprintable.
Energy Myths and Realities – April 17, 2009
"I’m going to try to do something that seems impossible these days – and that’s have an honest conversation about energy policy, global warming and what it means for America’s energy future – and for you, the generation that will have to live with the consequences of the policy choices we make."
U. S. Senate Minority Report: More Than 650 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims – January 5, 2009
The chorus of skeptical scientific voices on human-caused global warming grew louder in 2008 as a steady stream of peer reviewed studies, analyses, real world data and inconvenient developments challenged the UN’s and former Vice President Al Gore's claims that the "science is settled" and there is a "consensus."
Want to Prevent Propaganda in Schools? – January 1, 2009
Maybe Canadian politicians should copy this legislation from the United Kingdom. The U.K.’s 1996 Education Act, forbids one-sided partisan activity in the school system and/or political indoctrination. This is the Act that a British judge used in 2007 to describe Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth as propaganda and to require British teachers to present the judge’s caveats about errors in Gore’s film to British students.
Prominent Scientist Says Warming Alarm “Mistaken” – December 31, 2008
Award winning Princeton University Physicist Dr. Will Happer, who was reportedly fired by former Vice President Al Gore in 1993 for failing to adhere to Gore’s scientific views, has now declared man-made global warming fears “mistaken.”
Immense Public Frustration with Politicians Over the Global Warming and Climate Change Debate – October 1, 2008
An overwhelming majority of the public nonetheless does not believe that the causes of climate change have been fully identified or that the debate has been settled. By a more than 4:1 margin, the public calls upon the media to provide more multi-sided reporting on the issue.
An Exclusive Interview with Czech President Vaclav Klaus – September 24, 2008
It is no surprise then that Klaus views global warming quotas and promises by politicians as a means of inflicting untested ideas "in the form of market controls" on the international economic engine. This, Klaus says, "gives new life to top down government and controls over people's lives."
Nature, Not Human Activity, Rules the Climate – March 25, 2008
The Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) was set up to examine the same climate data used by the United Nations-sponsored Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Temperature Monitors Report Wide-Scale Global Cooling – March 14, 2008
Over the past year, anecdotal evidence for a cooling planet has exploded. China has its coldest winter in 100 years. Baghdad sees its first snow in all recorded history. North America has the most snowcover in 50 years, with places like Wisconsin the highest since record-keeping began. Record levels of Antarctic sea ice, record cold in Minnesota, Texas, Florida, Mexico, Australia, Greece,Iran, South Africa, Greenland, Argentina, Chile -- the list goes on and on.
Manhattan Declaration on Climate Change – March 11, 2008
The Manhattan Declaration on Climate Change sprung out of a meeting of hundreds of scientists and climate experts from the International Conference on Climate Change, New York City, signed March 4th, 2008.
Don't Fight, Adapt – December 14, 2007
An Open Letter to the Secretary-General of the United Nations on climate change. It is signed by more than 100 specialists from around the world — many are leading figures in their fields, from climate science to economics to biology.