Eurocrats with a bee in their bonnets
It seems the bee has replaced the whale and the polar bear as the friendly face of green authoritarianism.
|Monday 15 April 2013|
We need a bit more hunger to end poverty
Claims that climate change will cause mass starvation could actually make it harder to feed the world.
|Wednesday 3 April 2013|
Lies, damned lies and hockey sticks
The exposure of yet another dodgy piece of climate-change alarmism shows the need for serious scepticism.
|Monday 25 March 2013|
We don’t need
A geography expert explains why he’s pleased that schoolkids will be taught less about climate change.
|Wednesday 20 March 2013|
Adopt a polar bear? Have you seen what they do?
How did the polar bear, a vicious killing machine that is thriving, become the poster boy of climate-change alarmism?
|Wednesday 6 February 2013|
Climate change: apocalypse postponed
Even scientists at the forefront of climate-change alarmism accept the world isn’t warming as quickly as once thought.
|Thursday 31 January 2013|
HS2: heading in the right direction
The problem with Britain’s high-speed rail plan is not that it’s too big and costly, but that it isn’t ambitious enough.
|Monday 7 January 2013|
Why the prince *hearts* environmentalists
In eco-activism, Charles has found a cause every bit as reactionary and anti-modern as the monarchy itself.
|Wednesday 5 December 2012|
Doha: It's the end of the world as we know it
As the latest round of climate-change talks show, the Kyoto Protocol is over and seems unlikely to be replaced. Good.
|Monday 13 August 2012|
Why facts cut no ice
in the climate debate
Reports of Greenland’s ice melting are overheated because the eco-outlook poisons both science and politics.
|Wednesday 1 August 2012|
Forgive me IPCC, for I have sinned...
The rapturous welcome given to a high-profile ‘climate sceptic’ who has now recanted exposes the backwardness of green thinking.
|Tuesday 3 July 2012|
Rio+20: a tyranny
of green do-gooders
The latest ‘save the planet’ shindig provided yet another chance for political poseurs to dictate our future.
|Wednesday 20 June 2012|
Treating adults like children
A judge’s ruling that an anorexic should be force-fed shows how paternalistic British courts are becoming.
|Thursday 17 May 2012|
‘The real enemy is humanity itself’
At Rio+20 next month, the world’s elites will meet in Brazil with the aim of holding back human progress.
|Thursday 3 May 2012|
There’s no such thing as a natural drought
Never mind the lack of rain in recent UK winters - it is our willingness to invest and build big that has really dried up.
|Tuesday 28 February 2012|
Greens, face it: we’re just not that into you
As ‘Fakegate’ inconvenient truth for greens is there is no denialist conspiracy blocking climate-change action.
|Tuesday 14 February 2012|
Climate-change alarmism: fuelled by fantasy
As a study of the state of the world’s glaciers indicates, climate catastrophists are still making it up as they go along.
|Wednesday 25 January 2012|
What’s up with the bees?
Two researchers tell spiked that green activists have been a little too keen to blame pesticides for the not-so-great bee die-off.
|Wednesday 25 January 2012|
Greens to sceptics: show us the money!
The campaign to get a tiny charity to reveal its backers is driven by a desire to stamp out any eco-criticism.
|Monday 23 January 2012|
Putting plankton before people
Eco-warriors who campaign against the building of dams are damning the poor to live at nature’s mercy.