• Gallup Poll: Only 2% Of Americans Believe Climate Change Is The Most Important Problem Facing The U.S

    • Date: 20/05/20
    • Gallup

    A recent Gallup poll reveals that the Covid-19 pandemic has become the most important problem facing the U.S. The crisis and its economic impact is likely to overshadow other concerns for years to come. The coronavirus has quickly surged to the top of the list of most important problems facing the U.S., surpassing government, which has […]

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  • Planet Of The Greens

    • Date: 18/05/20
    • GWPF TV

    Attempts by eco-activists to censor and shut down Planet of the Humans reveals the green movement’s authoritarian nature that turns most aggressively on its own apostates. Jeff Gibbs’ and Michael Moore’s new film, Planet of the Humans has been watched more than eight million times. It has cast doubt on the green movement’s claims to […]

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  • Lockdown Kills California’s Green New Deal: Gov. Cancels $Billions In Climate Spending

    • Date: 17/05/20
    • KTLA News

    California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed budget cuts include canceling billions of dollars in climate change spending, a blow to environmental advocates who look to the state as a stopgap for the Trump administration’s weakening of federal protections. In January, Newsom proposed a $12 billion “climate budget” that, over the next five years, would offer incentives […]

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  • New EU Climate Target Threatened By Corona Crisis, Says German Official

    • Date: 15/05/20
    • ENDS Europe

    A German diplomat in Brussels has suggested that EU member states may not be able to reach agreement on an increased greenhouse gas emissions reduction target under the country’s presidency of the EU Council, due to begin in July, because of the impact of the coronavirus crisis. Full post (£)

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  • Angela Merkel Caves In After Her MPs Climate Rebellion

    • Date: 14/05/20
    • Climate Energy Wire & EurActiv

    German chancellor Angela Merkel has said EU member states will have to re-negotiate their contributions to greenhouse gas emission reductions in sectors not covered by the Emissions Trading System (ETS) in case the bloc decides to raise its 2030 climate target. “For me it is obvious that we need to have new negotiations about effort sharing,” the chancellor told […]

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  • Record Crop To Push U.S. Corn Supplies To 33-Year High

    • Date: 13/05/20
    • Reuters

    U.S. corn supplies will rise to their highest in 33 years due to massive plantings and what is expected to be a record crop. [It’s] a bounty so big that it will outweigh export demand and increased ethanol usage as the biofuel sector recovers from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. government said […]

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  • European Commission Rejects ‘Climate-Related Conditions’ For Covid-19 Recovery Aid

    • Date: 12/05/20
    • Reuters

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union’s top climate official encouraged governments on Monday to attach green conditions to public support for coronavirus-hit companies, after the bloc’s executive opted not to do so at the EU level. The European Commission, which approves state support schemes, updated its temporary rules on Friday for firms receiving government aid […]

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  • Without Subsidies Germany’s Solar Industry Could Implode This Summer

    • Date: 12/05/20
    • EurActiv

    Germany’s solar industry is in deep crisis and may implode in the summer as a legal end to subsidies looms. Solutions have been around for a long time, but internal power struggles and debates over distance rules between wind turbines are holding back progress.  The country’s solar industry is collecting signatures and writing incendiary letters […]

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