• The Decade Of The U.S. Shale Revolution

    • Date: 02/01/20
    • Noah Rothman, Commentary Magazine

    If the energy revolution of the 2010s has made anything clear, it is that it’s never wise to underestimate Americans’ ability to engineer a better future for themselves. he malady afflicting the country was unmistakable, according to George W. Bush. “America is addicted to oil,” the president observed in his 2006 State of the Union […]

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  • U.S. Congress Say No To Expanding Electric Cars Subsidies

    • Date: 26/12/19
    • The Truth About Cars

    Prior to Congress taking the rest of the month off to relax and presumably gear up for an impeachment trial, they first had to settle their year-end tax package. Automakers were hoping that would include an extension of electric vehicle tax credits, but it was a doomed proposition.  An extension was initially included in the […]

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  • Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays To All Our Friends, Readers & Supporters

    • Date: 23/12/19
    • The GWPF Team

    Wishing all our friends, readers and supporters a Merry Christmas and a peaceful New Year from everyone at the GWPF.

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  • GWPF Predicted COP25 Flop

    • Date: 17/12/19
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times

    U.N. climate conference flops as nations deadlock on hot-button issues – GWPF predicted outcome Even the star-studded presence of Greta Thunberg and Harrison Ford couldn’t save the U.N. Climate Change Conference. The annual climate fest was widely panned as a failure after wrapping up Sunday with no agreement on hot-button issues such as the Green Climate Fund, an international […]

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  • COP Flop: World’s Major Economies Reject Stronger Climate Commitments

    • Date: 14/12/19
    • Reuters

    MADRID (Reuters) – Major economies resisted calls for bolder climate commitments as a U.N. summit in Madrid limped toward a delayed conclusion on Saturday, dimming hopes that nations will act in time to stop rising temperatures devastating people and the natural world. With the two-week gathering spilling into the weekend, campaigners and many nations slammed […]

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  • Europe’s Green Deal Fails Its First Test

    • Date: 13/12/19
    • The Verge

    The European Union couldn’t agree on a 2050 deadline for slashing greenhouse gas emissions In a stunning disappointment to environmentalists, a bid to cut the European Union’s greenhouse gas emissions to nearly zero by 2050 flopped at a key summit in Brussels. Today’s decision was the first test of whether the newly proposed European Green […]

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  • Europe’s Green Deal Runs Into Trouble Amid Spat Over Cost

    • Date: 12/12/19
    • Bloomberg

    A radical plan to turn Europe into the world’s first climate-neutral continent is running into opposition right out of the gate. Governments from the East of the European Union are threatening to torpedo a pledge to eliminate net carbon emissions by 2050 unless they are guaranteed more help in financing the transition. The airline industry signaled it’s ready […]

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  • At Last! Group Of EU States Reject Green Finance Law In Setback For Climate Goals

    • Date: 11/12/19
    • Reuters

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union states have rejected a set of rules governing which financial products can be called “green” and “sustainable”, an EU official said, in a major setback for the bloc’s climate ambitions. The decision overturned a deal struck just last week by EU lawmakers and the Finnish presidency of the EU, which […]

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