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Emissions rights in a breath...

”The politicians in Copenhagen have the power to shape history’s judgment on this generation. The transformation will be costly, but the shift to a low-carbon society holds out the prospect of more opportunity than sacrifice. Climate change affects everyone, and must be solved by everyone.” Opportunities for whom, one might ask. Everyone? “Many of us, particularly in the developed world, will have to change our lifestyles. We will have to pay more for our energy, and use less of it. The transformation will be costly. The flow of capital tells its own story.” So, who’s...

In the name of the earth...

“If carbon dioxide would be such a big threat to humanity, how come there is such thing as emissions trading? Who could give anyone the right to sell out the survival of mankind in the name of the earth?” Damien Fields, December 8,...

The self-fulfilling prophet...

You don’t have to be right to get right. But this is far to often what debating is about. To get right. Myself, I prefer dialogue. Not necessarily to reach consensus, but to encourage logical arguments, reflection and constructive social change. It’s alright to have different opinions. But to be able to trust an outcome of a discussion, at least we have to agree on basic facts. What we can see today, in opinions of climate change, is that we don’t agree on those basic facts – the collection of original temperature data – which practically makes any scientific...

Climategate – where it all started...

This site was created very much based on the climategate revelations, where prominent scientists has been claimed to having doctored the climate data that forms the basis of the global warming claim. We thought there had to be a counterweight to what’s going on, a counterweight that is based as much as possible on the facts, rather the current situation where the climate agenda seems to be based more on something that could be described as being closer to a religion, than scientific facts. Science and religion has very little in common, in fact, nothing. Science is based on hard facts...