Category Archives: Energy

UN chief attempts to revive flagging climate change talks | USA Isn’t The Only Country That Questions Climate Policy

The UN secretary general, António Guterres, has made a dramatic intervention to revive flagging climate talks in Katowice, Poland, by flying back to the conference and preparing a personal call to the Chinese president, Xi Jinping. “We’re running out of … Continue reading

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Largest ever continuous oil and gas resource found in the United States

As the United States becomes a net oil exporter for the first time in 75 years, the US Department of the Interior has announced the discovery of the largest continuous oil and gas field ever found. Situated in the Wolfcamp … Continue reading

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French Yellow Vest protesters tear gassed in violent clashes with riot police in Paris | Climate Policy A Un-natural Disaster

 “We are not here to destroy Paris, we are here to tell Macron we are f–king fed up,” said one protester before the clashes with the police began, adding that the people are protesting ever-increasing taxes on the working … Continue reading

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Carbon Dioxide Emissions Climb Again – China & India Lead the way | NPR

The recent slowdown in emissions and the subsequent uptick are both largely the result of what’s been happening in China. “Their economy has been slowing a bit,” says Jackson, which is one reason global emissions stalled (China is the largest … Continue reading

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Despite heat at home, Trump approval ratings tower above embattled European leaders’ | Fox News

Amid the chaos, Macron’s approval rating in France is just 23 percent, according to the latest poll from international polling company Ifop, as many on both the left and right see him as out-of-touch. That compares with a 47 percent approval … Continue reading

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Will Paris Riots Scuttle Climate Accord?

Saturday, rage over a fuel tax President Emmanuel Macron has proposed to cut carbon emissions brought mobs into the heart of Paris, where they battled police, burned cars, looted, smashed show windows of elite stores such as Dior and Chanel, … Continue reading

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Recyclable wonder-fuel promises twice the range and zero emissions at half the price

Using a standard sized fuel tank, the Electriq system would, according to modeling, cost less than half the equivalent gasoline price to fill up, and it would deliver around twice the range, while being completely emissions-free – at least, back … Continue reading

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