• India To Double CO2 Emissions By 2030 – But Within Paris Commitments

    • Date: 04/09/18
    • India Climate Dialogue

    In 2030, when countries have to take stock of their commitments under the Paris climate agreement, India will double its carbon dioxide emissions from its 2012 levels, but will still be within its intensity pledge, according to a new study by experts from the New Delhi-based Centre for Policy Research (CPR) and elsewhere. This is […]

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  • U-Turn: German Social Democrats (SPD) Warn Against Hasty Exit From Coal Power

    • Date: 03/09/18
    • Xinhua

    German Social Democrat (SPD) leader Andrea Nahles has issued a warning on Friday against a hasty exit from national coal power generation in Germany without taking the impact thereof on regional unemployment into account. Speaking to the magazine “SPIEGEL”, Nahles attacked the Green party (Gruene) for condemning steel workers to material deprivation by pursuing radical […]

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  • Australian Trade Minister Tells Europe: Don’t Listen To ‘What We Say’ On Climate Change

    • Date: 02/09/18
    • The New Daily

    Australia’s Trade Minister Simon Birmingham has dismissed suggestions the $15 billion free trade deal with Europe could be in jeopardy by Australia’s actions on climate change. “Look at the track record, judge us not just by what we say, but what we do in terms of outcomes that are being achieved,” the minister told Sky Newson […]

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  • Trudeau’s Grand Bargain Unravels After Alberta Nixes Carbon Plan

    • Date: 31/08/18
    • Bloomberg

    Court quashes Canadian government approval of key pipeline project. Oil-rich province pulls out of climate strategy in protest. Canada’s precarious relationship with its vast oil riches flared up again Thursday after a federal court struck down Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s approval of a key pipeline, reviving fears about the country’s ability to get its resources to market. […]

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  • Canada’s Climate Plan In Freefall As Alberta Pulls Out

    • Date: 31/08/18
    • AFP & The Globe and Mail

    The Canadian province of Alberta announced Thursday it would pull out of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s flagship climate change initiative in protest against a court ruling against the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline. A court had earlier quashed the government’s approval of expanding the Trans Mountain pipeline to the Pacific, siding with indigenous people […]

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  • Climate Change Action Off The Agenda Under New Australian Government

    • Date: 30/08/18
    • The New Daily

    Energy Minister Angus Taylor has unveiled a new energy policy focused exclusively on reducing electricity prices, in a strong signal the Morrison government will abandon all efforts to lower carbon emissions. The move comes a week after the issue of climate change precipitated the ousting of former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull. “My No.1 priority is very, very simple,” Mr Taylor […]

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  • Australian Govt To Abandon Green Subsidies & Ignore Climate Targets To Bring Down Energy Costs

    • Date: 30/08/18
    • The Daily Telegraph

    RENEWABLE energy subsidies and emission-reduction targets will be replaced with a focus on lowering electricity prices under the Morrison government. New Energy Minister Angus Taylor said the federal energy policy has been “a mess” and says the fact prices have soared while blackouts persist means something has “gone terribly wrong”. Mr Taylor said he won’t […]

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  • New Report Exposes Global Warming ‘Law Enforcement for Rent’

    • Date: 29/08/18
    • Brendan Kirby, LifeZette

    Report details how wealthy donors are paying for lawyers to pursue environmental cases by state AGs Deep-pocketed global warming activists have been pouring big bucks into attorneys general’s offices to pay for lawyers to advance their agenda and use the powers of the law to take actions they never could achieve alone, according to a […]

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