Obama, climate and the audacity of hope Brendan Montague | 13th November 2018 Fakenomcis: Obama promised to meet climate change challenge – acknowledging resistance from oil monopolies dominating US energy market. The men behind Britain's climate denying charity Brendan Montague | 12th November 2018 The secret history of the formation of Britain's most influential climate denial outfit. Why Lilley voted against climate action Brendan Montague | 9th November 2018 Peter Lilley MP was among just five Parliamentarians to vote against the Climate Change Act in the Commons in 2008. Here's why. Lawson's climate denial political comeback Brendan Montague | 8th November 2018 Fakenomics: The global economy was in a death spiral and Britain was at the centre of the financial tornado. Remember Obama's 2008 climate promises? Brendan Montague | 7th November 2018 We recall an American presidential hopeful apparently willing to take on Koch and big oil. How free markets will cost the earth Brendan Montague | 6th November 2018 Fakenomics: neoliberalism almost broke capitalism - so what might this tell us about free markets and the environment? Matt Ridley would turn planet into Northern Rock Brendan Montague | 5th November 2018 A decade ago Britain was on the precipice of collapse. Matt Ridley was at Northern Rock when the crisis began. Now he wants us to listen to him on climate risks. Climate deniers rallied against Stern Review Brendan Montague | 31st October 2018 Fakenomics: Climate deniers manufactured a backlash to the influential Stern Review - which called climate change the greatest market failure ever seen. Lawson brought climate denial to House of Lords Brendan Montague | 30th October 2018 Lord Lawson would command the admiration and gratitude of the denial cause when he raised the economics of climate change in the House of Lords. Koch backed lawyer and Euro climate denial Brendan Montague | 29th October 2018 Fakenomics: European 'sceptic' and climate denier Benny Peiser teamed up with Washington lawyer Chris Horner to bring down the Kyoto Protocol. The Exxon funded fossil fuel apologist Brendan Montague | 26th October 2018 Fakenomics: Richard D North, an environmental journalist who blamed climate change on consumers rather oil companies, took cash from ExxonMobil. How Exxon-funded UK think tank attacked Kyoto Brendan Montague | 25th October 2018 Fakenomics: Julian Morris and his International Policy Network attacked the Kyoto Protocol - while being secretly funded by ExxonMobil.