• Electric car turmoil will make Brexit a comparative breeze for auto makers

    • Date: 19/12/20
    • Neil Winton, Forbes

    Unless the price of electric cars falls drastically, Europeans on average salaries are unlikely to be able to afford new cars. Automakers are having hysterics about the impact on their sales and profits if the European Union (EU) and Britain fail to agree a free trade deal, but the ramifications of that look minor compared […]

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  • UN’s call for ‘climate emergency’ is an invitation to misery in developing countries

    • Date: 14/12/20
    • Vijay Jayaraj, India

    The UN has called for world leaders to declare a climate emergency. For hundreds of million in the developing world this agenda is threatening continuing energy poverty. A declaration of climate emergency (as per UN’s emission reduction requirements) will dent the developmental goals and increase energy prices. Besides, it will also result in the tax […]

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  • Robert Zubrin: Why we need a technological environmentalism

    • Date: 11/12/20
    • Robert Zubrin, The New Atlantis

    Saving the planet means going high-tech, not back to nature. In the 1930s, many idealistic people of good will enlisted in the communist movement, only to discover that its promised land offered not heaven on Earth but hell. Having gone through that experience, writers like George Orwell, Arthur Koestler, and Whittaker Chambers shared their hard-won […]

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  • Heat-pumps: extracting power & money from the people

    • Date: 10/12/20
    • James Woudhuysen, Spiked

    The climate technocrats’ posturing over heat pumps will be expensive, impractical and invasive. Few people will have ever seen a heat pump – a key piece of tech which the UK is counting on in our trillion-pound pursuit of ‘Net Zero’ carbon emissions. A new 1,000-page report by Lord Deben’s carbon quango, the Committee on Climate Change […]

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  • The new Dust Bowl that even the BBC blames on green climate policies

    • Date: 01/12/20
    • Geoff Hill, The Conservative Woman

    In his novel The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck wrote about the US Dust Bowl of the 1930s and how families were driven off the land. It scored him a Pulitzer and was cited by the Nobel committee in awarding him the 1962 prize for literature. In the wake of the Great Depression, the Midwestern United […]

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  • A handy guide to going Green

    • Date: 28/11/20
    • Andy Shaw, Spectator Life

    Boris is hoping that the UK, in 2035, will not resemble today’s Havana, where old petrol cars are maintained, for decades, by enterprising mechanics. The government has announced their Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution. It will bring electricity to light homes, gas for cooking and cars to drive! You may think that we already […]

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  • Neil Collins: This green fantasy will bankrupt us

    • Date: 21/11/20
    • Neil Collins blog

    After a year when the UK economy has shrunk by a tenth, we cannot afford more government repression, even cloaked in greenery. It’s 2050. You wake in your cosy, insulated house, turn on the windfarm-powered lights, cook up a breakfast coffee on the hydrogen stove before jumping into your electric car. You whizz silently along […]

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  • African Lives Matter Too

    • Date: 17/11/20
    • CO2 Coalition

    New study shows how American clean coal technology can increase access to electricity and cut deaths from indoor air pollution Arlington, VA. The CO2 Coalition of 60 climate scientists and energy engineers today released a White Paper showing how American “high efficiency – low emissions” power plants can save lives in Africa. Only a third […]

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