• James Randi: World’s most famous sceptic & climate sceptic dies aged 92

    • Date: 22/10/20
    • James Randi, AGW Revisited

    James Randi, the famed magician and the world’s foremost sceptic who devoted much of his career to debunking the paranormal and pseudoscience has died aged 92. What you won’t read in the obituaries published in the news media, however, is that he was also an outspoken climate sceptic and critic of climate alarmism. In his […]

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  • China-made Tesla & BMW electric cars to start selling in Europe

    • Date: 21/10/20
    • Reuters

    Tesla Inc said on Monday it would start exporting China-made Model 3 cars to more than 10 European countries this month, joining a growing number of automakers using China as an export hub for electric vehicles. The U.S. carmaker, which started delivering vehicles made in its Shanghai factory in December, will export China-made cars this […]

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  • Oxfam: Rich countries are not delivering on $100bn climate finance promise

    • Date: 20/10/20
    • Climate Home News

    Nearly 80% of climate finance is in the form of loans that must be repaid, adding to the debt burden of the poorest countries, anti-poverty campaigners found. Wealthy nations are giving less money to poorer ones for climate projects than their official statistics make out, according to analysis by Oxfam. In a report published on Tuesday, the […]

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  • United States Aims to Build Nuclear Power Plant in South Africa

    • Date: 19/10/20
    • Tom Head, The South African

    The future of South Africa’s energy supply could be shaped by a cash injection from the United States of America. The government, in their ongoing discussions with NEDLAC and foreign investors, has entertained the idea of letting an international development firm finance and build a new nuclear power plant in Mzansi. AN AMERICAN NUCLEAR POWER PLANT IN […]

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  • EU Leaders Divided Over New Climate Goals For 2030

    • Date: 16/10/20
    • Associated Press

    BRUSSELS — European Union leaders agreed Thursday they need to raise their climate ambition above the existing target but stopped short of endorsing a proposal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% compared to 1990 levels. Leaders discussed the proposal from the bloc’s executive arm on the first day of an EU summit […]

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  • EU Leaders Set For Fight Over Climate Goal As Poland Seeks More Cash

    • Date: 10/10/20
    • Bloomberg

    The European Union’s shift to a stricter climate goal for the next decade requires more financial support for regions dependent on fossil fuels, Poland said. Poland’s stance underscores the challenge in advancing talks during an economic crisis on a green overhaul that affects every area from transport to farming. EU leaders are set to discuss next […]

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  • Weather Change: After Nearly Running Out Of Water In 2018, Cape Town Dams Are Now Overflowing

    • Date: 07/10/20
    • CNN

    Cape Town’s reservoirs have topped 100% for the first time in six years, a magnificent change in the “Mother City” compared to its dire situation just two years ago. In 2018 Cape Town was on the precipice of becoming the world’s first major metropolitan area to run out of water, prompting what officials referred to as “Day […]

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  • Europe’s Centre Right Parties Planning To “Seriously Undermine” EU Climate Ambition

    • Date: 05/10/20
    • Green News

    Leaked documents from the European People’s Party (EPP) show that they are planning to “seriously undermine” EU climate ambition, a European coalition of environmental groups has said.  Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe issued the warning yesterday after the documents emerged and noted that the EPP is calling for the use of international offsets, which would […]

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