• China plays its green card, promising to sell the world its wind and solar projects produced by cheap coal

    • Date: 22/09/21
    • GWPF International

    President Xi Jinping told the UN on Tuesday that China will sell nations around the world its cheap wind and solar technology produced with cheap slave labour and cheap coal power, ending support for building coal-fired power plants abroad. China’s cheap energy strategy will kill three birds with one stone: 1. By building up its […]

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  • US, China and India snub Boris Johnson’s climate meeting

    • Date: 20/09/21
    • Politico

    The leaders of big polluters China, India and the U.S. will all swerve a climate meeting hosted by U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres in New York on Monday. Johnson will “press countries to deliver on their commitments” to cut emissions and deliver on finance for developing countries ahead of the […]

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  • Leaders of China, India, and other major economies snub Joe Biden’s climate forum

    • Date: 17/09/21
    • The Washington Examiner

    A number of key world leaders were notably absent from President Joe Biden’s Friday morning climate forum. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, representing the two countries the scientific community believes are the linchpins in effectively combating climate change, did not participate in the reconvening of the Major Economies Forum on […]

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  • UN climate summit at risk of failure, UN GenSec warns

    • Date: 17/09/21
    • GWPF International

    As Europe’s Net Zero agenda is causing industrial havoc and energy prices are going through the roof, the UN chief has warned that COP26 is heading for the rocks. Warnings about a Cop-flop are no news to interested observers who have been following our CP26 coverage in recent months.  In fact, It has been evident […]

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  • What climate emergency? Norway’s new socialist government expected to keep drilling for oil and gas

    • Date: 15/09/21
    • Global Warming Policy Forum

    Billed as another ‘climate change election’ by green campaigners and the media’s usual eco-warriors, Norway’s new socialist government is almost certain to keep drilling for more oil and gas – indefinitely. According to the cabal of eco-journalists in the Norwegian and British media the ‘climate issue’ dominated the election campaign. The IPCC report was supposed […]

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  • COP26 crisis deepens as Boris Johnson plans last-ditch attempt to save UN climate summit

    • Date: 12/09/21
    • GWPF International

    More evidence is emerging that Boris Johnson’s COP26 plans are in serious trouble: According to reports in the Sunday Telegraph, Britain is facing global embarrassment because the government is unlikely to have passed its flagship Environment Bill in time for the UN climate summit. What is more, at the UN conference in Glasgow, Britain and […]

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  • Australia rebuffs Biden, Boris and the UN and vows to keep mining coal

    • Date: 09/09/21
    • AFP

    For the UN climate summit in November in Glasgow to succeed it “must be the COP that consigns coal power to history”, Britain’s climate envoy Alok Sharma has repeatedly stressed. After all, a binding agreement on phasing out coal by 2030 is the main goal of both the Biden administration and UK government. Today’s developments […]

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  • COP26 at risk of ‘failure’ over China’s refusal to slash emissions, official warn

    • Date: 08/09/21
    • GWPF International

    After months of hype, hubris and denial UK officials have finally acknowledged that Boris Johnson’s shambolic climate diplomacy and the COP26 summit in Glasgow are heading for the rocks. The Daily Telegraph is reporting that leaked documents reveal that China is sticking to the Paris Agreement and is refusing to commit to more drastic cuts […]

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