• Why Did A Climate Sceptic Party Win The Dutch Elections?

    • Date: 23/03/19
    • Syp Wynia, DutchNews.nl:
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    A first time participant in the provincial elections and newcomer to the senate becomes the biggest party in the land in one fell swoop. It’s not something the Netherlands has ever experienced before, says columnist Syp Wynia. Forum voor Democratie, the party of Thierry Baudet, Henk Otten and Theo Hiddema, all of three years old, […]

  • Fracking Revolution Is Boosting The Economy — And Keeping Emissions Down

    • Date: 23/03/19
    • Market Watch
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    The shift toward natural gas has far-reaching effects on economy Even as America grabbles with its love-hate relationship with fossil fuels, the ongoing fracking revolution that’s turned the U.S. into the leading global oil producer is shoring up the economy — and helping to tame carbon emissions, too. A wave of literally ground-breaking advances in […]

  • The Flaws in Dutch Climate Policy

    • Date: 23/03/19
    • Karel Beckman, Climategate.nl
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    New reports from government institutions in the Netherlands have been hailed by policymakers and the press as proof that Dutch climate policy is working. Karel Beckman takes a hard look at the facts and sees a different reality. The results fall short, the uncertainties are great. What are the lessons for other countries? Courtesy Natural Gas […]

  • Polar Bear Population May Have Quadrupled Since 1960s, Despite Climate Alarmism

    • Date: 22/03/19
    • Michael Barnes, Liberty Headlines
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    The plight of arctic polar bears is an emotional tragedy that has helped advance public awareness about the devastating impact of climate change. Except, it’s not actually true. According a new book published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation, polar bear numbers appear to have quadrupled since the 1960s. “My scientific estimates make perfect sense […]

  • Germany Kills Ambitious EU Climate Plan

    • Date: 22/03/19
    • GWPF, Forbes & EU Council
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    The EU has just released its summit statement of the European Council meeting. It does not include any 2050 climate commitment or target in what is a big win for climate realists, Eastern European governments and their new German ally. Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives on March 21, 2019 in Brussels on the first day […]

  • Climate Change Splits U.S. Democrats

    • Date: 22/03/19
    • The Hill
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    Centrist Democrats are pushing back on the fast-paced approach to climate change legislation preferred by “Green New Deal” supporters, arguing instead for a more gradual manner that they think will have a stronger chance of passing and reaching across the aisle. The press by members of the New Democrat Coalition and other high-ranking lawmakers illustrates […]

  • Green Killers: Congo’s Miners Dying to Feed World’s Hunger for Electric Cars

    • Date: 21/03/19
    • Christina Lamb, The Sunday Times
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    Exploited by Chinese firms, workers as young as nine risk their lives to feed the world’s growing hunger for cobalt.  Solange Kanena sits on her broken orange sofa, heavily pregnant, resting. Looking around her three-room shack, she wonders how she will feed her eight children. Her husband died in a mining accident 10 days ago. […]

  • Marcel Crok: A Historic Victory For Holland’s Climate Sceptics Party

    • Date: 21/03/19
    • Marcel Crok, Science writer
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    Forum for Democracy (FvD), the Dutch right-wing party led by Thierry Baudet, has gained a landslide victory in yesterday’s provincial elections in The Netherlands. Forum for Democracy became the biggest party by winning 13 seats in the Senate (out of a total of 75). For the first time since 1917 a new party – FvD […]

  • Climate Sceptical Party Is The Big Winner In Dutch Elections

    • Date: 21/03/19
    • NL News
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    With most of the votes counted in Wednesday’s provincial elections, Thierry Baudet’s right-wing nationalist and climate sceptical Forum voor Democratie (FvD) appears to have won most votes, is the biggest Dutch party and will take 13 seats in the senate in May. Forum, which is pro Nexit and does not believe in climate change, campaigned […]

  • EIA Projects U.S. Energy-Related CO2 Emissions To Remain Near Current Level Through 2050

    • Date: 20/03/19
    • US Energy Information Administration
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    Carbon dioxide emissions from U.S. energy consumption will remain near current levels through 2050, according to projections in EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook 2019. The AEO2019 Reference case, which reflects no changes to current laws and regulations and extends current trends in technology, projects that U.S. energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions will be 5,019 million metric […]

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