• 2018 Saw A Global Revolt Against Carbon Taxes & Climate Policies

    • Date: 01/01/19
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    Despite increasingly apocalyptic warnings from U.N. officials, 2018 has seen a number of high-profile defeats for policies aimed at fighting global warming. Politicians and voters pushed back at attempts to raise energy prices as part of the climate crusade. It started in June with election of Ontario Premier Doug Ford. Ontario residents overwhelmingly voted Ford’s […]

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  • Brexit & EU Elections May Invalidate New Climate Targets For Cars And Trucks

    • Date: 26/12/18
    • Dave Keating, Forbes

    Too much rancour in the EU’s CO2 emissions talks over the next three months could delay the legislation for years. 2018 was an important year for EU energy legislation, as lawmakers rushed to complete the promises of President Jean-Claude Juncker before the end of the term in just four months time. But it is still […]

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  • Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

    • Date: 23/12/18
    • GWPF

    Wishing all our readers, friends and supporters a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

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  • Climate Protests Cost U.S. $91 Billion In Lost Economic Activity, New Study Finds

    • Date: 20/12/18
    • The Washington Times

    Climate activists fighting to derail pipelines and other energy projects have blocked $91.9 billion in U.S. economic activity and hundreds of thousands of jobs, according to a new report. “Infrastructure Lost: Why America Cannot Afford to ‘Keep It In the Ground,’” released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Energy Institute, quantified the cost of […]

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  • IEA: Coal Boom In India And Southeast Asia To Cancel Out Declines in USA & Europe

    • Date: 19/12/18
    • The Independent

    Coal will continue to stay high on the agenda for the next five years despite much of Europe and North America phasing out the dirtiest of all fossil fuels. The International Energy Agency predicted demand will remain steady at least until 2023, due to strong growth in India and Southeast Asia. More stringent air quality […]

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  • UN Climate Accord ‘Inadequate’ And Lacks Urgency, Experts Warn

    • Date: 17/12/18
    • The Guardian

    Agreement will fail to halt devastating rise in global temperature, say scientists The world has been put on notice that its best efforts so far will fail to halt the devastation of climate change, as countries came to a partial agreement at UN talks that failed to match up to the challenges faced. Leading figures […]

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  • UN Climate Deal Falls Short Of Breakthrough Needed To Stop Global Warming

    • Date: 16/12/18
    • The Washington Post

    Weary climate negotiators limped across the finish line Saturday after days of round-the-clock talks, striking a deal that keeps the world moving forward with plans to curb carbon emissions. But the agreement fell well short of the breakthrough that scientists – and many of the conference’s own participants – say is needed to avoid the […]

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  • India & BASIC Nations Block Developed Nations’ Attempt to Backslide on Paris Agreement

    • Date: 14/12/18
    • Vishwa Mohan Times of India

    Amid an attempt by rich nations to dilute the line between developed and developing countries while framing a rule-book for implementing the Paris Agreement, India along with its BASIC partners – Brazil, South Africa and China – on Wednesday strongly opposed any such move and made it clear that there should not be any backsliding […]

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