• It’s All Over: Alberta To Scrap Carbon Tax

    • Date: 23/05/19
    • OilPrice.com

    Staying true to their promise from the campaign trail, Alberta’s Conservatives have introduced a bill to repeal a carbon tax introduced by their predecessors at the helm of the province, the New Democratic Party. Reuters reports that the repealment of the carbon tax was planned to be the first piece of legislation to be tabled by the […]

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  • Barnaby Joyce: Labor Party Lost Election Over Their Climate Stance

    • Date: 23/05/19
    • news.com.au

    Barnaby Joyce has hit out at Labor over their focus on climate change and stance on the Adani mine, branding it the reason they lost the federal election. The former deputy prime minister retained his New England seat in the election, which the Coalition claimed unexpectedly over Labor. Speaking to Sky News, Mr Joyce claimed […]

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  • U-Turn: After Election Defeat, Labor Premier Now Calls For New Coal Mine

    • Date: 22/05/19
    • The Australian

    Labor’s wipeout in Queensland in the federal election has forced the state’s Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to  clear the way for the approval of Adani’s controversial $2 billion Carmichael coal mine. Amid fears her own second-term Labor government could face electoral oblivion by turning its back on blue-collar workers in Central and North Queensland, Ms Palaszczuk has […]

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  • China’s Green Efforts Hit By Fake Data And Corruption

    • Date: 20/05/19
    • South China Morning Post

    Local officials have devised creative ways to cover up their lack of action on tackling pollution China’s notoriously lax local government officials and polluting companies are finding creative ways to fudge their environmental responsibilities and outsmart Beijing’s pollution inspectors, despite stern warnings and tough penalties. Recent audit reports covering the past two years released by […]

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  • After Another Defeat, Climate Policy Threatens To Devour Left Parties

    • Date: 19/05/19
    • Post-election press review down under

    How Scott Morrison Used Labor’s Green Policies Against Them Unless Labor is prepared to rethink the political mistakes that led it to support climate policies that have greater appeal to well-off elites, its electoral prospects will remain bleak. -Jeremy Sammut, Canberra Times, 19 May 2019 “We have lost Australia for now,” warned Penn State climatologist […]

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  • No Climate For Change: How Scott Morrison Used Labor’s Green Policies Against Them

    • Date: 19/05/19
    • Daily Mail

    Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard said Labor’s stance on climate had cost them the election. Scott Morrison’s ‘miracle’ election win has been cheered by US conservatives and compared to Donald Trump’s surprise 2016 presidential win. The Coalition won despite 55 Newspolls in a row predicting they would lose – echoing how the US president rose […]

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  • Climate Hysteria Costs Labor Australian Elections

    • Date: 18/05/19
    • The Australian

    Prime Minister Scott Morrison has retained power in the Australian election while Labor’s election strategy to make climate alarmism the key issue has backfired. Climate Hysteria Costs Labor Party ‘unlosable’ ElectionsThe Australian, 18 May 2019 Prime Minister Scott Morrison has retained power in the Australian election. Bill Shorten’s Labor Party will finish behind Scott Morrison’s […]

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  • No EU Country On Track For 2030 Climate Goal

    • Date: 18/05/19
    • Clean Energy Wire

    The current CO2 emissions reduction and green energy transition plans by all 28 EU member states do not indicate that any of them will reach their 2030 climate target. The current emissions reduction and energy transition plans by all of the 28 EU member states do not indicate that any of them will reach their […]

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