Still no ban on coal; The Green Party has vowed to oppose a weak "symbolic" climate bill which provides no roadmap for how the proposed emission cuts are to be achieved.
According to "Energy Innovation" and Telos Energy, California can improve grid stability and hit green energy targets by shutting down most remaining fossil fuel capacity, and fully committing to a green energy grid.
"Everything is now an emergency" - How can governments which declare climate emergencies refuse applications to extract Lithium and other vital minerals from sensitive wilderness areas?
As Australia approaches a tight May 21 federal election, the countryside based junior ruling coalition partners, the Nationals, appear on the verge of walking away from their net zero 2050 commitment.
This essay, originally published in American Thinker, was reproduced with kind permission from Lord Monckton. It is a deep dive into Lord Monckton's perceptions of why the world is so messed up and fixated on ruinous Net...
New York may be a late-comer to Net Zero plans, but by God, our politicians and bureaucrats are so much smarter than those clowns across the country or the pond...
Everyone who slammed Australia in the lead up to COP26, for failing to realise our renewable energy "superpower" potential, are now being asked to put up some of their own money.
"This could well be my latest campaign...": Nigel Farage, Britain's most determined politician, who gave over 20 years of his life to liberating Britain from the European Union, has a new goal.
UK PM Boris Johnson has claimed COP26 is "snipping the wires on the climate doomsday device", but rejected the idea of a referendum on Net Zero, claiming the public should not be concerned about his trillion dollar planned...
Sydney Morning Herald Andrew Charlton just said something about climate change which almost made sense, before getting lost in the weeds of the fake green hydrogen revolution.
"They’ve ceased to be a party for anything or anybody other than themselves": Mr Carbon Tax, former Aussie PM Kevin Rudd, has slammed Prime Minister Scott Morrison's zero cost net zero COP26 climate pledge as "duplicitous".
According to Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Australia can embrace entirely painless Net Zero 2050 commitments without closing coal mines or imposing new taxes.
Australia looks set to take a Net Zero by 2050 pledge to COP26. But the mostly rural based National Party have a lot of explaining to do, to supporters who expected them to hold the line on affordable fuel prices, and protecting...
Australia's National Party leader Barnaby Joyce has suggested that attempts to pressure the coalition into a rushed decision on Net Zero could lead to the downfall of the Australian Government.
As global fossil fuel demand surges, a shareholder resolution by Commonwealth Bank of Australia to stop fossil fuel lending was overwhelmingly rejected by 86% of shareholders.
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