• As Heavy Rain And Snow End California’s 5-Year Drought, Climate Alarmists Look Foolish

    • Date: 13/01/17
    • USA Today

    The recent onslaught of rain and snow finally brought much-needed relief to northern California, ending a punishing five-year drought, federal officials said Thursday. “Bye bye drought … Don’t let the door hit you on the way out,” tweeted the National Weather Service’s office in Reno, Nev., which monitors parts of the region. Overall, less than 60% of […]

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  • China’s Met Office Blames Climate Change For Country’s Air Pollution

    • Date: 11/01/17
    • Reuters

    “Looking at the long-term global warming trends, meteorological conditions are becoming an increasingly important factor in the formation of fog and smog,”  said Song Lianchun, the director of China’s Meteorological Administration. Average temperatures in China fell last year compared with 2015, the country’s weather bureau said on Tuesday, adding that the rainfall levels recorded were the […]

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  • US Intel Report Confirms What Everybody Knows: Kremlin TV Pushes Anti-Fracking Propaganda

    • Date: 07/01/17
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    U.S. intelligence officials confirmed in a declassified report that a Kremlin-controlled media outlet ran programming critical of hydraulic fracturing to ward off challenges to Russia’s energy empire. Officials reported that RT, which they call the “Kremlin’s principal international propaganda outlet,” ran “anti-fracking programming, highlighting environmental issues and the impacts on public health.” The Office of […]

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  • OECD Opens Investigation Into WWF

    • Date: 05/01/17
    • Survival International

    In an unprecedented move, a member of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has agreed to investigate a complaint that the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has funded human rights abuses in Cameroon, beginning a process which until now has only been used for multinational businesses. Baka have been forced from large areas of their […]

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  • Fossil Fuels Will Provide Nearly 80% Of The World’s Energy Demand In 2040, Exxon Projects

    • Date: 03/01/17
    • Kallanish Energy News

    While renewables get a great deal of attention – and for good reason — oil is expected to remain the world’s primary energy source through 2040, meeting roughly 33% of demand, according to ExxonMobil’s recently released 2017 Outlook for Energy: A View to 2040.  The use of oil will be driven by need for transportation fuel and […]

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  • Canada Keen To Find Common Cause With U.S. On Energy Plans

    • Date: 29/12/16
    • Chris White, The Daily Caler

    Canada’s energy minister said he can find common ground with President-elect Donald Trump on oil pipelines and energy infrastructure. “We’re very careful not to judge this administration on anything other than what they do. And what they do will become better known after January 20th,” Jim Carr, Canada’s minister of natural resources, told reporters Wednesday. His comments suggest […]

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  • Chinese Tax Targets Air Pollution, Not CO2 Emissions

    • Date: 27/12/16
    • Andrew Follett, The Daily Caller

    A Chinese law passed Sunday places taxes on pollution, but doesn’t include carbon dioxide (CO2). The law will go into effect in 2018 and taxes air and water pollutants such as sulfur dioxide and sulfite at $0.17 and $0.20 per unit of emissions, respectively. Chinese officials said the law is intended to eliminate these pollutants, not to fight […]

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  • New Study: Fracking Boosts Local Economies

    • Date: 23/12/16
    • University of Chicago

    The first nationwide study of the comprehensive local impacts of hydraulic fracturing finds that when costs and benefits are added up, communities on average benefit from allowing it. In studying the economic impacts of the technology that’s become critical to U.S. oil and natural gas production, Michael Greenstone, the Milton Friedman Professor in Economics at the […]

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