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Why Radical Greens View People As A Scourge On The Planet

Most of the doomsaying elites are candid about their contempt for the value of human life and about their political endgame. They are defined by the term misanthropes, “people who dislike humankind.” Liberal ideologues preach that an all-powerful central government…

Biden Echoes Far-Left ‘Great Reset’ Socialist Agenda

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign is linked to and echoing the messaging of a left-wing globalist agenda branded as the “Great Reset,” said Justin Haskins, editorial director and research fellow at the Heartland Institute. Haskins wrote of the “Great…

Start of ITER assembly paves way for fusion energy era

(Terry Collins Assoc) French President Macron and leaders of partner nations declare the beginning of a new energy era with the official start of the assembly of the world’s largest fusion device.The ITER machine in Southern France will replicate the Sun’s fusion power, offering clean, reliable energy without CO2 emissions with no physical possibility of a run-away meltdown.When finished, ITER is expected to demonstrate that fusion power can be generated sustainably on a commercial scale.

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CLIMATE IMPACTS: An oil giant predicted future warming — but missed the virus

A team at Royal Dutch Shell PLC is widely credited with having foreseen the oil crises of the 1970s, the fall of the Soviet Union and growing concern about climate change. But there’s one phenomenon that it missed: the coronavirus pandemic.

If COVID-19 Was A Quiz, Global Warming Will Be The Final Exam – CleanTechnica

June 18th, 2020 by Steve Hanley  An old expression says, “If you fail to plan, you have a plan to fail.” The human community is facing a strong possibility that average temperatures will climb so high soon that life on…

Coronavirus has altered the global warming trajectory. But for how long? – San Francisco Chronicle

The disruption caused by the coronavirus has been so profound that it’s altered the trajectory of global warming. Not since World War II — and perhaps never before — have the emissions of heat-trapping gases dropped as much around the…

Coronavirus has altered the global warming trajectory, with emissions dropping 17%. But for how long? – San Francisco Chronicle

The disruption caused by the coronavirus has been so profound that it’s altered the trajectory of global warming. Not since World War II — and perhaps never before — have the emissions of heat-trapping gases dropped as much around the…

Erosion process studies in the Volga Region assist in land use planning

(Kazan Federal University) Dr. Gusarov (Paleoclimatology, Paleoecology and Paleomagnetism Lab) has been working on erosion processes for two decades as a part of various teams. In this research, he tackled the Middle Volga Region, the one where the city of Kazan – and Kazan Federal University – are situated.

Coronavirus could trigger ‘largest ever annual fall in CO2’ | TheHill – The Hill

Carbon dioxide emissions could fall by the largest amount since World War II this year, according to the Global Carbon Project, a faint silver lining to the dark cloud of the coronavirus pandemic.  “I wouldn’t be shocked to see a…