Open in your browser HOMEWHO WE ARELATEST POSTINGSPRESS RELEASESCONTACTPress Release 09/01/19World’s Poor Better Off Without Dr Kim As World Bank HeadLondon, 9 January: The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) welcomes the imminent departure of Dr. Jim Yong Kim as president of the World Bank. Appointed by President Obama in 2012, Dr Kim turned the World Bank … Continue reading Not Before Time the World is Alerted to the Evils of the World Bank
"We also need a strong supply of affordable electricity when customers flick the switch. Electricity runs everything. Affordable electricity must be available on demand and not just when the wind blows and sun shines."
Electricity prices fell for forty years in Australia, then renewables came…Electricity prices declined for forty years. Obviously that had to stop.Here’s is the last 65 years of Australian electricity prices — indexed and adjusted for inflation. During the coal boom, Australian electricity prices declined decade after decade. As renewables and national energy bureaucracies grew, so … Continue reading Electricity prices fell for forty years in Australia, then renewables came…
I have long argued that if humans wish to contain population growth we need to do everything possible to lift standards of living in the world's poorest (and fastest growing) countries. Extreme green ideology has been a massive barrier. Here is the latest example.HOME WHO WE ARE LATEST POSTINGS GWPF REPORTS PRESS RELEASES GWPF TV CONTACTPress Release Embargoed until 00:01 BST Friday, … Continue reading Extreme Greens and Poverty
AGL and Coal
GREG SHERIDANThe case against coal is coming apart at the seamsThe Australian12:00AM January 26,GREG SHERIDANForeign EditorMelbourneConsider truly irrational government policy, and I don’t mean Donald Trump. We are a nation blessed with abundant energy sources — coal in all guises, gas in enormous quantities, a major portion of the world’s uranium.We export these and other … Continue reading Coal and Renewables
Last Monday fortnight Gail and I were in the audience for QandA at the ABC's Ultimo studios. The panel included U.K. scientist Brian Cox, Federal Minister for Science Greg Hunt, and newly elected One Nation-Senator Malcolm Roberts. Cox is a former rock band player and could fairly be described as a "showy" celebrity scientist. Roberts … Continue reading Global Warming and Energy