English Posts

Below are all the posts in Climategate.nl that have been published in English language. We intend to do more articles or at least summaries in English…

The Flaws in Dutch Climate Policy

By Karel Beckman New reports from government institutions in the Netherlands have been hailed by policymakers and the press as proof that Dutch climate policy is working. Karel Beckman takes a hard look at the facts and sees a different reality. The results fall short, the uncertainties are great. What are the lessons for other […]

Posted in Energie, Energiearmoede, English, English language, Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving, Politiek | 79 Comments

Discussing the future of the European gas market at the EAGC conference

By our reporter on Euro-Russian affairs, Carola Dieudonné Discussing the future of the European gas market at the EAGC conference A brief take on the European Autumn Gas Conference (EAGC) At the annual EAGC event, which took place at the World Forum in The Hague between the 14 and 16 of November 2016, high level […]

Posted in Energie, English, English language, Euro(pa) | 3 Comments

Farmers don’t believe in global warming and why that’s not a paradox

If one ever wanted one article summing up all that’s wrong with climate science and climate science communication then we now have a credible source. Read senior editor Beth Kowitt’s Fortune article: The Paradox of American Farmers and Climate Change. What is the paradox? Some U.S. farmers are skeptical of climate change, even though they’re among the most affected […]

Posted in Communicatie, English, English language | Tagged | 11 Comments

Jorgen Vig Knudstorp, You Are a Pussy!

As Schopenhauer stated, when rational arguments no longer suffice – pe. your opponent is too stupid/irrational or whimpy anyway- you just start insulting. We arrive at this level of discussion when LEGO-CEO Jorgen Vig Knudstorp kneels for terror by an activist-multinational (income over 0.2 billion euros) that exploits toys of children for it’s political ideology […]

Posted in English, English language | 4 Comments