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COP 25: UN’s Madrid Climate Summit Produced Net-Zero Benefits

December 30, 2019 by

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By Larry Bell ~ Attendees at the United Nation’s 25th annual climate conference (COP 25) in Madrid earlier this month concluded with little more than net-zero benefit alarmism and virtue-signaling based upon two very shaky scientific and technological foundations. The first creates a bogus climate crisis premised upon consistently failed theoretical models of the U.N.’s Intergovernmental […]

Planners Versus People

November 15, 2019 by

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By Duggan Flanakin ~ Writing in Slate, bicycle activist and journalist Alex Baca argues that the Green New Deal has a big blind spot: It doesn’t address the places Americans live. Sprawl, she claims, along with the transportation and other issues it creates, is perhaps the largest contributor to climate change. Baca mocks progressive Berkeley, California, […]

Good News: The UN’s Global Green Law Is Going Nowhere For Now

January 25, 2019 by

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ The first major meeting of the UN’s (take a breath) “Ad hoc Open-ended Working Group towards a Global Pact for the Environment” or simply OEWG, convened on Monday, 14 January 2019 at the United Nations Environment Program offices in Nairobi, Kenya. During the week-long session, delegates considered the report of […]

The Possible Reasons Big Corporations Are So Eager For Trump To Break His Promise On Paris Climate Deal

May 27, 2017 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ European countries and major corporations are pressuring President Donald Trump to remain in the Paris climate agreement despite his promises on the campaign to withdraw the United States from the Obama-era deal that never gained congressional approval. The Trump administration so far is sticking with being undecided—at least until Trump returns […]