• Supreme Court ruling could doom climate lawsuits

    • Date: 15/01/21
    • E&E News

    Attorneys for Big Oil and the city of Baltimore will square off next week in a Supreme Court battle that could change the trajectory of more than a dozen closely watched U.S. climate change lawsuits. The nation’s highest bench will hear arguments Tuesday in BP PLC v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, a case that […]

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  • Green activists target President Macron as the climate cult is devouring its children

    • Date: 14/01/21
    • Associated Press

    French President Emanuel Macron accused of climate betrayal as France misses its Paris agreement targets. PARIS — A French court started examining on Thursday what environmental and other organizations are billing as “the case of the century,” accusing the country’s authorities of failing to act against climate change. It stems from a legal complaint filed […]

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  • Control of US Senate allows Democrats to act on Biden’s climate agenda

    • Date: 07/01/21
    • CNBC

    Democrats won Tuesday’s two Senate runoff elections in Georgia, NBC News projected Wednesday, clinching control of the U.S. Senate and significantly shaping what President-elect Joe Biden can accomplish on climate change and other issues when he takes office. The projected victories of the Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff give the Democratic Party 50 seats […]

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  • China struggles to keep the lights on amid sky-high demand

    • Date: 23/12/20
    • Bloomberg

    China’s roaring industrial rebound from the pandemic has an unforeseen consequence — the surge in power demand has left factories, office buildings and street lights in some areas straining under an electricity shortage. The country’s local governments are cutting power to some industrial and commercial customers in several provinces. State-owned companies are sending an army […]

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  • Mass blackouts after China cuts Australian coal imports

    • Date: 18/12/20
    • The Times

    China is suffering mass power cuts in the south, prompting cities to dim street lights, suspend factory production and tell office blocks to turn off heating unless the temperature falls below 3C. The electricity crisis appears to have been prompted by a shortage of coal after Beijing banned imports from Australia. China imposed trade bans against Australia after […]

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  • Green groups are China’s “useful idiots”

    • Date: 11/12/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    Western environmentalists are giving cover to Beijing says new report London, 11 December: Western environmentalists are being controlled and used by the communist regime in China, states a new report from the Global Warming Policy Foundation. According to author Patricia Adams, a long-time observer of the country, Beijing has coopted western environmental groups through a combination of […]

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  • EU opens door to natural gas and nuclear energy to coax East European sceptics

    • Date: 11/12/20
    • Reuters

    The European Union is offering assurances on funding for poorer members and countries’ ability to choose their own energy mix, as it strives for a deal next week on a tougher target to cut greenhouse gas emissions, according to EU documents and sources. To get on track for its plan to have “net zero” emissions […]

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  • Will Trump send the Paris Agreement to the US Senate?

    • Date: 30/11/20
    • Benny Peiser, GWPF

    This is the key question that will determine the future of US and international climate diplomacy for years. The next few months will show whether the incoming Biden administration will get its way and rejoin the Paris climate accord as promised, or whether the outgoing Trump administration will try to prevent this from happening. Ever […]

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