Like rich nations have nothing better to do than discuss than giving big climate handouts to poor nations which have a shameful corruption index score.
Australian Superannuation (retirement) funds have convinced the government to allow them more freedom to "invest" in risky green tech startups.
Expectations that the next Aussie administration will back nuclear over renewables appears to have wrecked attempts to attract private renewable investment.
Everyone agrees the USA should be looted, but China and India want to be recipients of funding, not contributors.
Betting retirement funds on the honesty, consistency and fiduciary skill of Nut Zero obsessed politicians - what could possibly go wrong?
In addition to a £31 million "Trustworthy AI" grant.
A green lawsuit which likely does more good than harm, by making it more difficult for financially incontinent politicians to borrow money.
WaPo is outraged Congress has not allowed President Biden to fully honor his pledge of providing billions of dollars of climate aid to foreigners - but it can all be set right at COP28!
In the wake of the Aussie, New Zealand and Canadian climate ministers demanding a new Bretton Woods, the French President has also requested a slice of the action.
The plan is to continue the subsidy, until investment in renewables brings energy prices down.
Who is going to pay? Hurricane Katrina victims are still suffering the consequences of Brad Pitt's catastrophic attempt to turn the rebuild into a showpiece for eco-friendly construction.
Apparently the SVB collapse has shaken the market, leading to increased due diligence.
Fighting Climate Change is now profitable, according to The Atlantic. But that "cornucopia" of profits is coming straight from your utility bills and taxes.
According to Vox, providing "anticipatory" disaster payments to poor countries before the disasters strike is better than helping people survive natural disasters.
Solyndra mark two? Despite government debt of $31 trillion, and a looming debt ceiling standoff with the Republican Congress, the Biden DOE has chosen now to revive its soft loans for green agenda.
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