Browsing All posts tagged under »Net Zero Emissions Targets«

Bringing Britain’s Energy Woes To America?

January 19, 2022 by

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By Paul Driessen ~ Virginia enacted a Clean Economy Act; other states have implemented similar laws. AOC demands a national Green New Deal; President Biden is imposing one via executive decree. The United Kingdom is determined to reach Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions; the European Union is pursuing a Green Deal. All these policies send […]

Energy Anguish Hits Britain

January 8, 2022 by

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ We are just weeks into winter and already an energy crisis is starting to burn in Britain. Part of this anguish is directed at climate policy, especially net zero. The Brits are way ahead of the US when it comes to threatening people with direct hits, so this is no […]

COP 26: India’s Net Zero Pledge – Does It Really Mean Anything?

December 2, 2021 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ By Tilak K. Doshi: As the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) came to an end last week, India became something of a whipping boy in the mass media, accused of being the “last-minute spoiler” by forcing the summit […]

Africans, Others Incredulous At IEA’s “Net Zero” Blueprint

July 24, 2021 by

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By Duggan Flanakin ~ The International Energy Agency may have started a firestorm with its blueprint for achieving “Net Zero by 2050.” Its measures demand a swift and immediate shift from petroleum to energy provided through sources such as wind, hydro, and solar power. To avoid what it considers an impending climate “disaster,” the IEA has […]