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The Powerful Forces Pushing The Climate Scam

What I call the “climate scam” is the proposition that human use of fossil fuels will shortly bring about a catastrophic increase in atmospheric temperatures and that this crisis can easily be averted by governments in a few rich countries,…

Politics

Pressure grows on Boris Johnson over UK carbon emissions plan

Boris Johnson is facing a fresh test of his green commitments as the UK prepares to submit its national plan on future carbon emissions, before crucial UN climate negotiations. Pressure is growing on the prime minister to come up with…

Energy

City of London buys into new Dorset solar farm to help power Square Mile

Thousands of solar panels in the Dorset countryside will soon power Britain’s historic financial centre under a new renewable energy deal struck by the City of London Corporation. The City’s governing body expects to save £3m by buying over half…

Global warming bigger threat than coronavirus: Red Cross – Al Jazeera English

The world should react with the same urgency to climate change as is to the coronavirus crisis, the Red Cross says, warning that global warming poses a greater threat than COVID-19. Even as the pandemic rages, climate change is not…

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Biden’s Plans For The Energy Industry Should Terrify Americans

As governors in a slew of upper midwestern states are held to account for their inability to correctly manage their state’s election and protect the system from fraud, the oil and gas industry has problems of its own, some of…

Biden’s Plans For The Energy Industry Should Terrify Americans

As governors in a slew of upper midwestern states are held to account for their inability to correctly manage their state’s election and protect the system from fraud, the oil and gas industry has problems of its own, some of…

Compounds block stress-enhanced nicotine intake in rats

Researchers have discovered that compounds that activate GABA receptors in the brain can keep rats from self-administering increased levels of nicotine during stressful conditions in an animal model for relapse.