• How Germany’s Energiewende Is Destroying Wildlife And Forests

    • Date: 03/11/17
    • GWPF TV

    An interview with Michael Miersch from the German Wildlife Foundation  

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  • Tesla’s Nightmare Before Christmas

    • Date: 02/11/17
    • Bloomberg

    It looks like Elon Musk just canceled Thanksgiving and probably Christmas, too — if you work at Tesla Inc., anyway. The electric-vehicle-cum-battery-cum-solar-equipment company Musk heads reported third-quarter results on Wednesday evening. Tesla missed earnings forecasts by a mile. But that number, never a huge concern, mattered even less this time around. It’s cash and cars — specifically […]

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  • Russia Warns It Won’t Ratify Paris Agreement Unless Western Sanctions Are Lifted

    • Date: 31/10/17
    • Voice of Vietnam

    Russian ratification of the Paris climate agreement is conditional on the lifting of Western sanctions against Russia. The Russian government adviser on environmental issues issued this statement just days before the next UN Climate Conference takes place in Bonn early next week. Moscow is reluctant to ratify the Paris deal because of pressure on the […]

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  • Global Temperatures Continue To Drop Back To Pre-El-Nino Levels

    • Date: 30/10/17
    • Clive Best

    The HadCRUT4.5 temperature anomaly for September calculated by spherical triangulation is 0.54C, a fall of 0.17C since August. Temperatures have seemingly returned to a long trend after the 2016 El Nino. Monthly temperature anomalies for HadCRUT4.5 (HadSST3 and CRUTEM4.6 stations data) calculated by spherical triangulation method. Full post HadCRUT4 global temperature for September 2017 is 0.56 deg […]

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  • Green Madness: Germans Are Getting Paid To Leave The Lights On All Day

    • Date: 28/10/17
    • Daily Caller

    Germans may get paid to use as much electricity as they can Sunday as Germany’s utility companies try to drain power from the grid to deal with a spike in wind energy production. Wind turbines across the country are expected to produce 39,190 megawatts of electricity at 7 a.m. Sunday, a new record. That level of output […]

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  • German Coalition Talks Stumble On Migration And Energy

    • Date: 27/10/17
    • Reuters

    Three German parties resigned themselves to further talks next week to try to form a new coalition after making little progress on Thursday in bridging deep divisions on immigration and climate policy. Chancellor Angela Merkel is trying to unite her divided conservative alliance, which suffered bruising losses in a national election last month, in a […]

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  • Glyphosate in the Age of Stupid

    • Date: 25/10/17
    • Risk Monger

    We are living in the Age of Stupid. Social media has built walls around communities of shared ideals (tribes) that confirm people’s thinking and attack, ban or systematically repudiate people with differing ideas. The EU glyphosate debate has become absurd and beyond any rational perspective. I keep having to remind myself of some basic points: Glyphosate […]

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  • Bill (The-End-Is) Nye: “I Am A Failure”

    • Date: 24/10/17
    • Eric Worrall, Watts Up With That

    Bill Nye seems to think he has failed to reach people with his demand for urgent action on climate change, but he blames others for creating the conditions which led to his failure. Bill Nye on his climate change education efforts: “I am a failure” “The Science Guy” looks back on his 1990s TV show, […]

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