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Greta Thunberg’s Message Of Doom Is Religion, Not Reality

In January, the great and not so good of the corporate elite gathered at Davos for another telling off from Greta Thunberg. “One year ago I came to Davos and told you that our house is on fire,” the climate…

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LAW: Senate bill would reshape environmental justice cases

Senate Democrats are pushing to overturn Supreme Court precedent that bars private citizens from using civil rights law to sue polluters and projects that contribute to global climate change — a major stumbling block for lawyers representing low-income and minority clients.

Kamala, AOC Want Climate Bills Based On Their Impact To Blacks

Sen. Kamala Harris of California and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York are teaming up on a proposal requiring lawmakers who introduce climate bills to consider the impact such legislation will have on black people and poor communities. The two…

Supreme Court Tells Sierra Club That Border Wall Can Proceed

The Supreme Court handed President Trump another victory on his signature immigration agenda Friday, refusing by a 5-4 vote to temporarily block construction of a wall at the southern border with Mexico. Groups like the Sierra Club and the American…

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With big rallies cancelled, young climate activists are adapting election tactics

For young climate activists in the US, staying home because of the pandemic does not mean staying silent, with plans gathering pace across the country to make their voices heard in November’s elections. It has been nearly a year since…

Is Australian Academic Freedom Dead In The Water?

To paraphrase the US conservative commentator Victor Davis Hanson, ‘95 percent of university academics are politically left while 100 percent of university administrators are’. That strikes me as about right in Australia too. Which brings us to Professor Peter Ridd…

Dems Smear Enviro At House Hearing For Exposing Green Energy Costs

Today, shortly after giving expert testimony to Congress about energy policy, I had the startling experience of being smeared by sitting members of the United States House of Representatives. The context was a special House Committee hearing to evaluate a…