Climate Change Mitigation Will Cost Germany €2.3 Trillion A new report entitled Klimapfade für Deutschland, compiled by the Germany’s Prognos Institute and the Boston Consulting Group, estimates that Germany’s transition from fossil fuels and nuclear . . .
Sweden Passes New Law to be Carbon-Neutral by 2045—Who Cares Sweden, everyone’s favorite socialist paradise and self-described “humanitarian superpower” is hellbent on saving the world again. They’ve just passed a law that will force the . . .
World’s First Multi-Million Dollar Carbon-Capture Plant Does Work Of Just $17,640 Worth Of Trees—It’s The “Worst Investment In Human History”
Climework‘s Built the World’s First Carbon-Capture Plant in Hinwil, Switzerland On May 31, 2017 the world’s first commercial carbon dioxide capture-plant was opened in Hinwil, Switzerland. It’s designed and operated by a Swiss company called . . .
Carbon Taxes Will Actually Increase Global Carbon Emissions Environmental activists are constantly inventing new, and increasingly impractical ways to stop global climate change—everything from giving rural Indians free solar panels, to re-freezing the Arctic using . . .
New Study Suggests Green Energy Will Not Solve Global Poverty Environmental advocates have long pushed for the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy—particularly solar and wind. They claim that doing so will not only . . .
Climate Scientist’s Solution – Plant Trees, Then Burn Them Looks like climate “scientists” are back at it again. This week, scientists revisited the idea of solving global climate change by burning trees. That’s right. To . . .
Chinese President Xi Jinping Urges West To Uphold Paris Climate Agreement China’s President Xi Jinping vowed to protect and uphold the Paris Climate Agreement, an international accord designed to reduce global fossil fuel emissions, and . . .
The Left’s Solution to Melting Arctic Ice? Refreeze It One of the dumber solutions scientists (and by extension, politicians) have proposed to solving climate change is refreezing the arctic. Yes. You read that correctly. According to researchers . . .