by Einar Du Rietz Reading weather forecasts this season has been like reading horoscopes in tabloids; you can be certain that it will be the reverse. The only time so far, when the prediction really was correct was when CFACT Europe President Holger Thuss and I visited the Imperial Funeral in Vienna. The papers said [...]
Lord Christoper Monckton, the third Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, has scored another stunning climate debate win, this time at Australia’s National Press Club. Score 10-1!
by Einar Du Rietz Apparently the UN climate meetings are not enough. Now, the Security Council will get involved. From our beloved Guardian, we learn that: “A special meeting of the United Nations security council is due to consider whether to expand its mission to keep the peace in an era of climate change.” We [...]
by Einar Du Rietz It’s old news, but hey, that’s history for you. A new booktakes a look at both the history of the cold war and the environmental movement. And especially environmental impact from both. You may not agree with everything, but sometimes it’s important to remember how absurd the world really was in [...]
CFACT mourns the loss of Franz Joseph Otto Robert Maria Anton Karl Max Heinrich Sixtus Xavier Felix Renatus Ludwig Gaetan Pius Ignatius von Habsburg, a great European and advocate for individual freedom and dignity. CFACT will be well represented at the funeral in Vienna with both Holger Thuss and Einar Du Rietz attending. He will [...]
Poland, which is about to assume the EU Presidency, is so fed up with EU climate policy that on June 22 it blocked the conclusions of the EU environmental ministers council. Polish good sense blocked the ministers from recommending the EU reduce carbon emissions by 80 percent by 2050 which would devastate European economies. This [...]