• Green EU Struggles As Industrial Production Keeps Falling

    • Date: 13/06/19
    • The Irish Times

    Industrial output in the euro zone dropped in April, hit particularly by falling car production, adding to concerns of a prolonged slowdown in the region that may in turn apply pressure on the central bank. Monthly output dropped 0.5 per cent, compared with March, the regional statistics office said on Thursday, in line with a […]

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  • Coal Boom Looms After Labor Govt Approves Mega Coal Mine Down Under

    • Date: 13/06/19
    • 7 News Australia

    Adani has declared it’s full steam ahead for its controversial mega coal mine after the Queensland government issued the final approval needed to begin construction. Queensland’s environment department has signed off on the plan to manage groundwater on and around Adani’s Galilee Basin mine site. Adani chief executive Lucas Dow was “really excited” they could […]

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  • Surprise Rise In Global CO2 Emissions Puts Paris Agreement in Doubt, BP warns

    • Date: 11/06/19
    • Australian Associated Press

    Energy giant BP has warned efforts to tackle climate are losing steam after global carbon emissions grew unexpectedly and at their fastest pace in nearly a decade last year. Demand for energy increased by 2.9pc, while carbon emissions rose by 2pc in 2018, faster than at any time since 2010. There were 0.6 gigatonnes of […]

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  • 75 US Conservative Groups Oppose ‘Any Carbon Tax’

    • Date: 10/06/19
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    Seventy-five conservative groups signed a public letter to Congress opposing “any carbon tax” days after reports that Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney openly considered backing carbon tax bill. “We oppose any carbon tax,” conservative groups, led by Americans for Tax Reform, wrote in their letter, which was published online Monday morning. While the letter is not […]

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  • Climate Hysteria & Green Party May Help German Communists To Power, CDU Leader Warns

    • Date: 09/06/19
    • Associated Press

    The leader of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s center-right party warned Sunday that Germans risk ending up with a very left-wing government if they vote for the Greens, who surged in last month’s European Parliament election and are now level with or ahead of Merkel’s Union bloc in several polls. The Greens traditionally leaned left but in […]

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  • Climate Hysteria Is Overthrowing Germany’s Political Order

    • Date: 08/06/19
    • The Times

    The German Green party has taken a narrow lead over Angela Merkel’s conservatives for the first time, according to two opinion polls. Buoyed by a surge in support from younger voters concerned about the environment, the party is now contemplating the possibility that one of its leaders could be Germany’s next chancellor. Robert Habeck, 49, a charismatic […]

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  • Climate Change Policies Threaten Millions Of Car Workers Worldwide

    • Date: 07/06/19
    • The New York Times

    Worldwide, eight million people work directly for auto manufacturers, and many times more work for companies that supply brakes, tires, sensors and other components. Those jobs are now threatened. FRANKFURT — It’s a scary time to be in the car business. The internal combustion engine is under attack from electric challengers. Car ownership is becoming […]

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  • Australia Faces Energy Crisis As Manufacturers Threaten To Exit Green Madness

    • Date: 07/06/19
    • The Wall Street Journal

    Australia is experiencing an energy crisis so severe that the country, one of the world’s biggest exporters of liquefied natural gas, is considering imports to shore up supplies for manufacturers and avoid possible blackouts. The country’s commitments to sell LNG overseas as well as the shuttering of aging coal-fired plants have made it a struggle […]

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