• Climate Wars: Ireland’s Left-Wing Parties Oppose Higher Carbon Taxes

    • Date: 16/03/19
    • The Irish Times

    Sinn Féin and Solidarity-People Before Profit have been accused of opposing progressive measures to tackle climate change by refusing to endorse a “carbon fee and dividend” proposal which would benefit (sic) the less well off. The measure is proposed in a climate action report being finalised by an all-party committee, which is due to be […]

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  • European Conservatives Dismiss Higher Climate Target As ‘Left-Wing Propaganda’

    • Date: 15/03/19
    • EU Observer

    The centre-right European People’s Party (EPP) has slammed a call for a more ambitious greenhouse gas reduction target as “unrealistic” and part of a left-wing “propaganda” effort. On Thursday (14 March), the European Parliament adopted a resolution on climate change, partly in response to the growing protests among young Europeans. One amendment tabled in Strasbourg said that […]

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  • Dutch Govt Election Panic Prompts Sudden U-Turn On Climate Plan

    • Date: 14/03/19
    • De Telegraaf

    THE HAGUE – In order to save support for its climate plan the Dutch government is taking flight a week before provincial elections in the Netherlands. It is promising that climate policy costs for ordinary citizens will be reduced while businesses will have to pay more. Only at the end of April will it be […]

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  • New Records Expose Children’s Marches as Long-Planned Component of Climate Litigation Campaign

    • Date: 13/03/19
    • Climate Litigation Watch

    Newly obtained public records reveal that the recruitment of young children for strikes and demonstrations are a long-planned component of the climate industry’s litigation campaign Newly obtained public records reveal that the recent wave of private “climate” litigation and state attorneys general (AGs) investigations was not only laid out behind closed doors seven years ago […]

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  • Unions Split With Democrats Over ‘Green New Deal’

    • Date: 12/03/19
    • The Washington Examiner

    Trade unions are firing back against the progressive “Green New Deal” agenda and, in doing so, are revealing a split between left-leaning labor and climate advocates in the House and Senate. The “Green New Deal” is “not achievable or realistic,” read a letter from AFL-CIO energy committee heads Cecil Roberts, president of the United Mine […]

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  • Ireland: Parties At War Over Carbon Tax Increases

    • Date: 12/03/19
    • The Independent

    Tensions between the “big two” parties over continuing Government co-operation have again surfaced – this time on the key issue of climate change and major hikes in the carbon tax. Fine Gael TDs and senators on a special all-party committee considering actions against climate change, whose report has been repeatedly delayed, say they suspect Fianna […]

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  • Socialist Energy Policy Triggers Venezuela’s Power System Collapse

    • Date: 09/03/19
    • Tim Worstall, Continental Telegraph

    The entirety of Venezuela’s ruling class is standing around with “Who, me?” looks on their faces as the country is plunged into darkness, the power system and the grid entirely fail to deliver electricity at all. The point being that yes, it’s you. The Bolivarian socialists have caused this. This is not the result of […]

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  • As Energy Prices Rise Sharply, Dutch Turn Climate Sceptical

    • Date: 08/03/19
    • NL News

    The number of Dutch people who are worried about climate change decreased significantly over the past months. While the group who thinks that addressing greenhouse gas emissions is going too far is growing since the government announced their climate planss, according to a survey by Peter Kanne of I&O Research, AD reports. At the end […]

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