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In this Sept. 3, 2005 file photo, Tanisha Belvin, 5, holds the hand of fellow Hurricane Katrina victim Nita LaGarde, 89, as they are evacuated from the Convention Center in New Orleans, La. Hundreds of people waited several days to be evacuated. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

Delingpole: From Harvey to Irma, Climate Alarmists Feast Greedily on Hurricane Disaster

The vultures of climate alarmism are just loving this run of hurricane disasters. Whatever the spin the goal is always the same: to exploit the personal tragedies of the disaster victims for political gain by dishonestly pretending that natural extreme weather events are somehow connected with “man-made climate change.”

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China Shows How Much It Cares About Climate Change: With A Single, Upraised Finger

China has shown the world how much it truly cares about global warming by burning significantly more dirty, carbon-unfriendly coal than it previously pretended. According to shock data  released, without fanfare, by China’s statistical agency, its coal use has been about 17 per cent higher per

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Sorry, President Pants-on-Fire But Alaska Is Cooling Not Warming

President Obama recently visited Alaska in search of the mythical beast they call ManBearPig – as part of his ongoing mission to persuade an increasingly skeptical world that climate change represents the greatest threat of our age. Not even a

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‘Breathtaking’ adjustments to Arctic temperature record. Is there any ‘global warming’ we can trust?

Here’s a video that you absolutely must see. Not, I hasten to warn you, because it’s exciting, well-produced or informative; rather, because of the fascinating light it sheds on the debate about global warming in general and also, in particular, on the ongoing controversy about whether organisations like NASA and NOAA are playing fast and loose with the world’s temperature data sets.

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Forget Climategate: this ‘global warming’ scandal is much bigger

How can we believe in ‘global warming’ when the temperature records providing the ‘evidence’ for that warming cannot be trusted? It’s a big question – and one which many people, even on the sceptical side of the argument, are reluctant