• Germany’s Energiewende In Crisis

    • Date: 21/11/19
    • Sustainability News

    For Germany, the fact that the renewable energy industry, particularly wind, is not performing as expected is worrisome news. Germany has long been the powerhouse of Europe’s economy, yet growth in the country has slowed significantly this year. Exports account for nearly half (47%) of Germany’s economy and sluggish growth elsewhere, which has dampened consumer […]

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  • Inside The Media Conspiracy To Hype Greta Thunberg And The UN Climate Conference

    • Date: 19/11/19
    • Chris White, Daily Caller

    * More than 200 media outlets and journalists partnered together with activists to coordinate and hype climate change news before the 2019 U.N. climate summit. * Two of the largest media outlets — BuzzFeed News and HuffPo — did not disclose their role in the project to their readers, a Daily Caller News Foundation review […]

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  • Europe’s Green Suicide: Tata Steel To Cut 3,000 Jobs as Crisis Rips Through EU

    • Date: 19/11/19
    • Bloomberg

    Tata Steel Ltd. plans to cut as many as 3,000 jobs across its European operations to cut costs in the latest blow to the region’s industry, with the move coming amid a heated general election campaign in the U.K. About two-thirds of the reductions would be office-based staff, the company said in a statement. While […]

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  • German Anti-Wind Revolt Sparks Collapse In Construction

    • Date: 17/11/19
    • Financial Times

    Construction of new wind parks in Germany has collapsed over the past year, not least in response to growing resistance from local activists.  In the first nine months of 2019, developers put up 150 new wind turbines across the country with a total capacity of 514MW — more than 80 per cent below the average build […]

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  • ‘Death To The Dictator’: Iran Protests Erupt After Petrol Price Hike

    • Date: 16/11/19
    • Al Arabia English

    Several protests erupted across Iranian cities on Saturday, with many protesters blocking main roads with their cars and burning tires while chanting “Death to the dictator,” a day after the government announced a surprise decision to ration and hike the price of petrol. One civilian was killed and other people injured in Iran’s Sirjan, the […]

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  • Venetians Rage At Flood-Defence Delay & Politicians

    • Date: 15/11/19
    • The Guardian

    City’s €6bn Mose barriers to protect against high tides unfinished after 15 years “We don’t know when we will reopen. Thank you, Mose!” reads the sign pinned to the door of Pasticceria Rizzardini, a small bakery and coffee shop in the San Polo area of Venice. Established in 1742, the shop has survived many floods; […]

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  • Climate Science Proves Scams Don’t Die of Exposure

    • Date: 15/11/19
    • Tony Thomas, Quadrant

    It’s the tenth anniversary next week of the 2009 Climategate email dump that exposed top climate scientists’ chicanery and subversion of science – and did so in their own words and out of their own mouths, or keyboards. I’ll list a few emails-of-infamy shortly, but first some background. For the three years before Climategate, the […]

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  • Surprise: 75% Of Countries May Not Meet Paris Climate Pledges

    • Date: 13/11/19
    • The Hindu

    The pledges to cut down carbon emissions given by three-fourths of countries, including India, are insufficient to meet the ambitious goal of keeping global warming below 1.5 degree Celsius above pre-industrial levels by 2030, according to a new report released last week. An analysis of the current commitments made by 184 countries to reduce emissions […]

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