• 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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  • Mad Climate Policies Are Plunging Europe’s Car Industry Into Crisis

    • Date: 06/06/19
    • Alex Brummer, Daily Mail

    The drive to become more energy-efficient amid concerns over climate change, and the rush to develop mass market electric cars, are key factors in the crisis of Europe’s car industry. Germany’s once all-powerful industry is struggling to make cars compliant with eco-rules and output has plummeted. The drive to become more energy-efficient amid concerns over […]

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  • The Most Important Weather Forecast Of All Time: D-Day, 6 June 1944

    • Date: 05/06/19
    • Meteorologist Paul Dorian, Vencore, Inc.

    June 6th marks the 75rd anniversary of the D-Day invasion in Normandy, France during World War II and the weather forecast for that historic event makes for quite an interesting story in what turned out to be a pivotal moment in world history. Years of detailed planning went into the D-Day invasion on June 6, […]

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  • After Election Defeat, Bruised Labor Party Embraces Coal

    • Date: 03/06/19
    • The Australian

    New opposition resources spokesman Joel Fitzgibbon has promised any mining project that does not need taxpayer funding and meets strict environmental tests will be backed by Labor, as the party ­embraces coal after its defeat at the federal election. The regional NSW MP was one of several Labor members, ­including new opposition Treasury spokes­man Jim […]

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  • Climate Hysteria Threatens To Split US Democrats

    • Date: 03/06/19
    • Politico

    LOS ANGELES — Blue-collar union workers in solidly Democratic California are rejecting “Green New Deal” politics, a possible preview of troubles for 2020 presidential hopefuls in Rust Belt states like Pennsylvania and Ohio. When Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti launched his “Green New Deal LA” plan last month amid cheers from environmentalists, hundreds of jeans-wearing, […]

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  • The Paris Agreement Is An Utter Flop

    • Date: 02/06/19
    • Axios

    Of top 10 global carbon emitters, not a single one is hitting its climate goals as outlined under the Paris Agreement, per data from the Climate Action Tracker. Why it matters: Even if every country that’s adopted the Paris Agreement were to meet their pledges, it would not avert the worst effects of climate change. Driving […]

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  • Defeated Climate Campaigners Lick Their Lost Election Wounds

    • Date: 01/06/19
    • ABC News

    Did environmental groups fail to read public sentiment? And did they, in fact, help Australia’s Coalition Govt to victory? Like many Australians, green groups were surprised by the federal election result. The Climate Council, Greenpeace, the Australian Conservation Foundation and the Wilderness Society all invested significant resources in the weeks leading up to the May […]

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  • After Election Defeat, Labor Government Paves Way For Huge New Coal Mine

    • Date: 31/05/19
    • Australian Associated Press

    Adani is confident of getting the last state approval it needs for the construction of its Queensland coal mine, with a company chief declaring “we should be away in weeks”. Adani won state government approval on Friday for its plan to protect the endangered black-throated finch, which lives on its central Queensland mine site. It’s […]

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