• China & India Demand $100 Billion For Climate Action On Eve Of UN Summit

    • Date: 18/09/19
    • Climate Home News

    Asian superpowers demand billions in climate cash and claim that Western nations are historically responsible for climate change China and India demanded rich countries provide financial support for them to increase their climate plans, as leaders prepared to meet at a UN summit in New York. The summit has been personally convened by UN secretary […]

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  • Politicians Are Going Cold On Climate, Despite The Hype

    • Date: 17/09/19
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian

    Despite a global push for more action on climate change, momentum has drained away. This month was supposed to be the one in which a global push for higher ambition on climate change took flight. Child prophet Greta Thunberg set sail for New York by luxury yacht to save petrol, a climate emergency was declared […]

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  • Future Of Frankfurt Motor Show In Doubt After Climate Protests

    • Date: 16/09/19
    • Financial Times

    The future of the world’s biggest motor show in Frankfurt has been thrown into doubt after a weekend of environmental protests disrupted the industry’s gala event. Bernhard Mattes, the outgoing chief of the German car lobby the VDA, which organises the gathering, refused to commit to a return to the city, which has hosted the […]

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  • Germany’s Green Suicide: Another $60 Billion To Weaken Its Struggling Economy

    • Date: 15/09/19
    • Reuters

    BERLIN (REUTERS) – Climate protection measures that Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives and their Social Democrat coalition partners want to unveil next week will cost at least 40 billion euros (S$61 billion) until 2023, a person briefed on the talks told Reuters on Saturday (Sept 14). “We agree that something needs to be done but it […]

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  • Corn & Cotton Output Push Brazil Harvest To Record High

    • Date: 13/09/19
    • Argus

    Brazil’s grains and oilseeds crop rose by 6.4pc to a record 242mn metric tonnes (t) in the 2018-2019 harvest, boosted by increased corn and cotton output. The total compared with 227.7mn t from last year’s crop, the country’s agricultural statistics agency Conab said in its final report on the season ended 30 June. The corn […]

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  • Anti-Carbon Tax Campaigner Wins Canadian Province Elections

    • Date: 11/09/19
    • Bloomberg

    (Bloomberg) — Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister, who has cut taxes and plans to balance the budget in three years, won a second straight majority government in the Canadian province. Pallister’s Progressive Conservatives took 36 of 57 districts, according to unofficial results from Elections Manitoba Wednesday. The opposition New Democratic Party took 18 seats. “We face […]

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  • Green Suicide: Climate Hysteria Is Killing German Car Industry

    • Date: 08/09/19
    • AFP

    Frankfurt’s biennial International Auto Show (IAA) opens its doors to the public Thursday, but major foreign carmakers are staying away while climate demonstrators march outside — forming a microcosm of the industry’s woes. “There have never been so many cancellations by carmakers,” said Ferdinand Dudenhoeffer of the Centre for Automotive Research (CAR). “The IAA is […]

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  • German Wind Lobby Demands Endangered Species Protection To Be Watered Down

    • Date: 04/09/19
    • Daniel Wentzel, Die Welt

    The ban on killing endangered species is turning into an ‘absolute obstacle to planning’ new wind farms in Germany. Now, the wind lobby wants to water down conservation laws protecting endangered species. The wind power industry can hardly erect any new turbines because of a flood of complaints. The ban on killing endangered wildlife is […]

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