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Texas Advances Legislation Protecting Oil And Gas From Climate Schemes

Two bills that were advanced by the Texas Legislature this week attempt to protect the state’s oil and gas industry from efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The House on Tuesday gave its final approval to Senate Bill 13, which…

How Overreliance On Wind And Solar Fed Texas’s Power Outages

When the lights went out in Texas earlier this year, corporate media and the left swiftly developed a narrative and stuck to it: Texas failed because it didn’t regulate enough and it wasn’t part of the national grid. This storyline…

View from the Left: America’s infrastructure is in crosshairs of global warming – Norwich Bulletin

Three years ago, as temperatures in Sydney, Adelaide and Hobart, Tasmania topped 117º F, Australian roads melted and buckled like cardboard suitcases. Last month, the fragility of America’s electrical grid became apparent when Texas and the Deep South experienced severe…

Mother Nature Still In Control: U.S. Had Coldest February In Over 30 Years

As we have previously mentioned on ClimateRealism, last month’s winter storms in the United States caused record subzero temperatures, power outages for millions of homeowners when “green energy” failed,  and more than two dozen deaths. It was also the coldest…

How Everybody Ends Up Paying for Climate Crisis – Insurance Journal

Article 0 Comments Fallout from last month’s deadly deep freeze in Texas has quietly spread to people living hundreds of miles away. Minnesota utilities have warned that monthly heating bills could spike by $400, after the crisis jacked up natural…

America’s Light Usage Reveals Insanity Of Relying On Weather-Dependent Energy

The U.S.A. Light Usage Map demonstrates that most of America’s population is East of the Mississippi, which represents areas most susceptible to erratic weather patterns such as tornadoes, hurricanes, and ungodly amounts of rain and snow and frigid temperatures extremes,…

Yes, Higher Ed Needs to Talk About ‘How to Avoid a Climate Disaster’ | Learning Innovation – Inside Higher Ed

How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need by Bill Gates Published in February of 2021. Did the extreme weather-induced February Texas power outages scare the shit out of you? It should have….

How did climate change cause the Texas snowstorm? – Johns Hopkins News-Letter

2021 has brought some surprises, and one of those surprises is the terrible snowstorm in Texas. Although there have been such conditions in the past, this storm hit hard, leading me to think about climate change’s role in the extremity…