Category Archives: Energy

Trudeau’s tough climate polices face a mounting backlash – SFGate

Two years ago, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a set of aggressive policies to reduce his country’s greenhouse gas emissions, centered on a nationwide price on carbon. As that price is about to take effect, growing opposition has put … Continue reading

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Leadership Of Puerto Rico’s Electric Utility Crumbles Amid Power Struggle : NPR | Incompetence & Corruption

The leadership of Puerto Rico’s troubled electric utility — PREPA — crumbled on Thursday, as a majority of its board of directors, including its newly named CEO, resigned rather than submit to demands by the island’s governor that the new … Continue reading

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Congress Authorized Sanctions Against German/Russia Nord Stream Pipeline Last Summer | Media Shocked 

(CNSNews.com) – U.S. legislation signed into law by President Donald Trump last August authorizes the federal government to impose sanctions on European companies involved in Nord Stream 2. The legislation declares it U.S. policy to “continue to oppose the Nord … Continue reading

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CO2 Emissions Hit 67-Year Low In Trump’s America, As Rest-Of-World Rises | Zero Hedge

We suspect you won’t hear too much about this from the liberal mainstream media, or the environmental movement, or even Al Gore – but, according to the  latest energy report from The Energy Information Administration (EIA), under President Trump, per-capita … Continue reading

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Trump tangles with NATO leaders in testy start to Brussels summit | Germany Colluding With Russia

Before sitting down for the first official meeting of the day, the president engaged in a testy exchange with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. He pressed why the U.S. should continue to pay money to the military alliance while the … Continue reading

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Be Careful of Getting What You Ask For – Pruitt Out & Andrew Wheeler, the ex-coal lobbyist, Is New EPA Head

Environmental Protection Agency deputy administrator Andrew Wheeler will assume duties as the acting administrator on Monday in the wake of Scott Pruitt’s resignation as agency chief, according to President Donald Trump’s tweet on Thursday. Wheeler, who joined the EPA as … Continue reading

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Doug Ford scraps carbon tax plan and sets up climate fight with Trudeau

Ontario’s new rightwing government has ended a carbon pricing policy aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Canada’s most populous province. The move to scrap the cap-and-trade program puts the provincial Conservative government – led by Doug Ford – directly … Continue reading

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