Nina Pušić and Kate DeAngelis say the US president must follow his move to restrain fossil fuel expansion at home with similar measures to curb it around the world
The OECD nations cannot stop this from happening and despite their nefarious efforts otherwise cannot conceal this global energy growth and fuel use (as well as emissions growth) reality.
Despite the growth of renewable energy, Australia’s per capita coal emissions of 4.04 tonnes a year is nearly four times the global average
Guest essay by Larry Hamlin Biden and the Democrats U.S. 50% emissions reduction by year 2030 pipe dream scheme will simply lead to the same failed future emissions outcomes that…
Reposted from Forbes By Tilak Doshi Trade protectionism has venerable roots in the history of economic thought, from Germany’s celebrated Friedrich List in the 1840s to Raul Prebisch who headed the UN’s...
A rare victory for fiscal sanity; A few days ago WUWT reported on the desperate green objections to "climate inactivist" and fiscal conservative Mathias Cormann's bid for the OECD top job...
Michael Mann and other greens are horrified the new OECD head might be former Aussie minister Mathias Corman, whom they describe as a "climate inactivist".
Climate alarmists now proclaim that climate change is racist, that it affects minorities more than others. What hypocrisy. By this theory, the Sun, our galaxy and their Creator are racist, since they have driven climate change...
Campaign group says UK’s export credit agency broke OECD’s rules with £2m of fossil fuel financing
Opposition from Japan overcome in compromise agreement hailed as ‘major step forward’ by US officials, although not all export financing for coal will be eliminated
New report from green think tank Heinrich Boll shows OECD countries grew their economies 16% in last decade – and cut greenhouse gas emissions 6.4%
Thinktank says member states and six biggest emerging economies should use sum to tackle climate change instead
Governments urged to rethink plans for new coal-fired power plants as study estimates they will release more than 500bn tonnes of carbon dioxide by 2050
Japan defies G7 pledge on fossil fuel subsidies as it asks for more time for giving up export credits for coal
More than $73bn of international public finance was given to coal between 2007 and 2014 via credit export agencies
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