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To limit climate change mitigation ‘free-riders’, we might need legally binding obligations – World Economic Forum

Planet Earth is in crisis and global efforts to mitigate climate change have so far fallen short. The voluntary nature of international climate agreements means that some countries have become ‘free-riders’: where one nation receives the benefits of reduced GHG…

How Fog Nets are Making Water Abundant in the Atlas Mountains – And May Be Useful in California

During the Moroccan desert summertime drought, fog nets are being used to provide drinking water to hundreds of thousands of people in remote mountain villages. Now villagers can irrigate agricultural fields, turning desertified land back into green gardens, all thanks to mathematician and businessman Aissa Derhem. Derhem lived in Canada while studying for a Ph.D. […]

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‘Catastrophe’: Tucker Carlson Slams Biden For Record-High Gas Prices

Here’s one rule we try to follow. You probably should distrust anybody who draws quick and dirty partisan conclusions in the hours after a national disaster. You see this happen all the time. People on TV, for example, are telling…

Climate change could cost world economy $178tn by 2070, Deloitte says – The National

Climate change could cost the global economy $178 trillion over the next 50 years, or a 7.6 per cent cut to global gross domestic product in 2070, if left unchecked, according to a report by Deloitte. If global warming reaches…

Indigenous rights leader, Nobel nominee Sheila Watt-Cloutier to speak at climate change summit – CU Boulder Today

Sheila Watt-Cloutier Sheila Watt-Cloutier, global advocate for indigenous rights and health, and leader focused on the impact of climate change on human rights, will present a keynote address at the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit at CU Boulder…

They Gave Cash and Therapy to Men Engaged in Crime—10 Years Later, Surprising Success

What if I told you that investing roughly $500 for therapy, plus providing a little cash, helped some of the most troubled young men in West Africa reduce their crime and violence by half—and the results continued for at least 10 years. In their follow-up study, Chris Blattman and his colleagues calculated almost 350 fewer […]

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New Bill Would Block Fed Pension Plans From Investing In ESG Climate Scam Funds

Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) proposed legislation Friday that would block federal retirement plans from joining ESG ‘scam’ investing, Breitbart News has learned exclusively. Roy and other House Republicans introduced the No ESG at TSP Act, which would prevent federal workers…

Economists and Their Unfounded Claims About Global Warming – RealClearMarkets

X Story Stream recent articles In a January 2020 column, Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman made apocalyptic assertions about global warming: “On our current trajectory, Florida as a whole will eventually be swallowed by the sea … Much of India will…

Climate change could cost the world $178 trillion in coming decades – Alton Telegraph

Unchecked climate change could cost the global economy $178 trillion over the next 50 years, according to the Global Turning Point Report from Deloitte, released Monday, unless global leaders unite in a systemic net-zero transition.  That’s a 7.6% cut to…

Climate change could cost the world $178 trillion in coming decades – Jacksonville Journal-Courier

Unchecked climate change could cost the global economy $178 trillion over the next 50 years, according to the Global Turning Point Report from Deloitte, released Monday, unless global leaders unite in a systemic net-zero transition.  That’s a 7.6% cut to…

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