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.
One of the most common accusations against climate change skeptics is that they are in the pocket of “big oil” and other corporations. These claims are often made without evidence…
Is Zurich charging too much? If Zurich has enough spare cash to reward for climate action, perhaps everyone should demand a discount?
"... higher statutory lending limits, lower equity-to-loan requirements and the use of callable capital - money pledged but not paid in by member governments - for lending. ..."
The $1.7 trillion Omnibus government funding bill which just passed Congress omitted at least one extravagance.
How is that wind and solar working for you Germany? Just under half a trillion US dollars of government subsidies and counting, to make Germany's broken energy system affordable for end users.
Obviously the illusion that renewables drive up prices is caused by greedy green energy developers, right?
Essay by Eric Worrall Bad timing? As GOP leaders retake control of Congress, Barbados chose now to pitch for more money for climate action. Tackling climate change will require reforming…
What if all the private money they've modelled fails to show up?
Was this in the budget? Australian Aboriginals have joined farmers in demanding cash payouts or royalties for renewable energy installations which impact their land.
If renewables are the cheapest form of energy, why is Africa making a dash for gas, with greens in developed nations scrambling to organise climate finance so they build renewables instead?
Australia made $100 billion from coal exports this year - but the Aussie government still wants everyone else to pay for the green energy transition.
The Express claims a billion pounds per year is being paid to British wind turbine operators who have been asked to disconnect from the grid during periods of low demand, when nobody can use their electricity.
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