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There is no way to remove fossil-fuel emissions from the world without causing economic chaos.
C02, while a blessing to Earth’s ecology, has been a curse to Earth’s economy.
Wind and solar have become the fossils of the energy industry; oil, gas and coal remain the fuels of the future. Continue reading
Since his pullout in June, Trump has repeatedly reaffirmed the wisdom of pulling out of the “bad deal” for the U.S. that was Paris. Continue reading
There may not be a metric for sincerity and earnestness but there is a metric for something else: fuel poverty. Continue reading
(June 9, 2016) The stage is set for a knock ‘em down, drag ‘em out fight with Donald Trump making an unapologetic play for the hardhat vote and Hillary Clinton promising to “put coal miners out of work” and all but eliminate fracking. Continue reading
From the auditor general’s report to the global adjustment fee to conservation — has the Liberal government delivered the most efficient and affordable power for the province? The Consumer Institute’s Brady Yauch joins The Agenda to discuss. Continue reading
Recognizing its early mistakes, the English-speaking world is abandoning its infatuation with climate change theory. Continue reading
“India’s “clean energy revolution” is based on a doubling of India’s coal production over the next five years.” Continue reading
2015 will see more ethnic groups within today’s cobbled-together countries successfully assert their autonomy, with the greatest changes occurring in the Middle East. Continue reading