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Mexico Says “Hasta La Vista” To Inefficient Green Energies. Could Be “Death Knell” For Renewables”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman public broadcasting Deutsche Welle (DW) here reports how Mexico has decided to end its transition the renewable energies, angering activists and investors.  The move, DW reports, “is scaring off environmentalists and investors” and could be the “death knell for renewable energies.” Apparently President Andrés Manuel López Obrador had traveled to Oaxaca and saw […]

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In The Name Of Climate Protection: Deforesting The US To Make Europe Greener!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBurned – in the name of climate protection – How the US is destroying its forests and environment By Die kalte Sonne (Text translated by P Gosselin) A documentary from 2015 “Burned“ (free of charge 30 min online version here) goes very well with the often mentioned documentary “Planet Of The Humans“. Is wood […]

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Michael Moore Film May Splinter Green Movement, Calls Green Energies “A Delusion”, Billionaire Bonanza

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn short, everything we’ve been told about green energies is a lie. And a select few swindlers out there are making a financial killing while the environment gets devoured by “green” technologies. The newly released Planet of the Humans film is an as damning documentary as you’ll ever see – produced by leftist Michael […]

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Science Junket? "Musicologist", Others, Jet To Ecuador On "Expedition Anthropocene" ...And For Lots Of Hiking

Science Junket? “Musicologist”, Others, Jet To Ecuador On “Expedition Anthropocene” …And For Lots Of Hiking

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Share this…FacebookTwitterMonster carbon footprint: Six German researchers fly all the way to Ecuador to study how humans are impacting the earth during the Anthropocene – and do lots of hiking at the expense of the public – on a 17-day “expedition”. Some of them, including a musicologist, are of questionable scientific disciplines.  Chimborazo in Riobamba, […]

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Come To Beautiful Paderborn-Germany And Marvel Region’s Spectacular Scenery, Environmental Stewardship!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe central German city of Paderborn has made its region green, climate friendly and an example to the world when it comes to sustainable development and responsible natural preservation that benefit our global climate. You’ll certainly want to watch this video full screen! Landschaftverschandelung bei Paderborn: The Hills are alive! Video of majestic Paderborn, […]

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German City Of Aachen Cuts Down Over 600 Acres Of Natural Forest To Install Seven 200-Meter Tall Wind Turbines!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterWhat follows is an example of how German decisionmakers go about protecting the environment: chop down hundreds of acres of forests and pour thousands of tons on concrete reinforced with hundreds of tons of steel on huge beds of gravel, all hauled in by hundreds of truck loads. Then install skyscraper tall industrial bird-killing […]

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Sweden, Greta's Home, Is Rapidly Increasing CO2 Emissions With Worse-Than-Coal Biomass Burning 

Sweden, Greta’s Home, Is Rapidly Increasing CO2 Emissions With Worse-Than-Coal Biomass Burning 

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA growing proportion of Sweden’s energy is derived from burning biomass (wood), which increases CO2 emissions 65% and 285% more than coal and natural gas energy generation, respectively. And yet because governmental policy – not science – has (wrongly) declared biomass burning “renewable” and “carbon neutral”, Greta Thunberg’s Sweden is falsely credited with reducing […]

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German Agency For Disaster Preparedness Calls On Citizens To "Be Ready For Widespread Blackouts"

German Agency For Disaster Preparedness Calls On Citizens To “Be Ready For Widespread Blackouts”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe President of the German Bundesamt für Bevölkerungsschutz und Katastrophenhilfe (Federal Office for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief, abbreviated BKK) is calling on citizens, government offices and companies to be prepared for widespread blackouts. In an interview with German national daily Die Welt, BBK President Christoph Unger warned that in the future Germany faced […]

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2019 Climate "Ship Of Fools" Runs Into 3-Meter Thick Ice... Baffin Inlets Mid Summer Ice Extent No Trend in 50 Years

2019 Climate “Ship Of Fools” Runs Into 3-Meter Thick Ice… Baffin Inlets Mid Summer Ice Extent No Trend in 50 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOur German skeptic friend Snowfan here keeps us up to date on the latest ODEN “Ship of Fools” attempt to travel across an Arctic that is supposed to be ice-free by now. The incentive to cross the Arctic passages in the summer is huge. Doing so would mean at least a week of fame […]

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Crete Is Home To 1000 Endangered Griffon Vultures. Wind Turbines Are Projected To Kill 84 Of Them Per Year.

Crete Is Home To 1000 Endangered Griffon Vultures. Wind Turbines Are Projected To Kill 84 Of Them Per Year.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA potential wind turbine installation on the island of Crete may be poised to drive an endangered raptor population to extinction. Recent studies have found the favored “renewable” energies – wind and solar – are not effective, even counteractive, when it comes to reducing emissions from fossil fuels. Solar PV installation, for example, results […]

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New Paper: Risk Of Poverty, Lower Incomes, Increased Energy Costs 'Directly Linked With Renewable Energies'

New Paper: Risk Of Poverty, Lower Incomes, Increased Energy Costs ‘Directly Linked With Renewable Energies’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAn empirical analysis using 2005-2015 data from 15 EU countries indicates that as more renewable energies (i.e., solar PV) are deployed, energy costs increase, household poverty risks rise, and incomes decline. Image Source: Pereira et al., 2019 In contrast to the negative consequences of switching from fossil fuels to renewables, Dr. Tadesse Weldu Teklu […]

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2018 Study Finds 'Unsustainable' Smartphone CO2 Emissions To Reach 125 Megatons Per Year By 2020

2018 Study Finds ‘Unsustainable’ Smartphone CO2 Emissions To Reach 125 Megatons Per Year By 2020

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFor those serious about taking concerted action to combat climate change, implications from a 2018 study suggest that the widespread abandonment of  smartphone use — which is collectively on track to add 125 megatons of CO2 equivalent per year by 2020 — may be key to preventing the planet’s catastrophic demise. Image Source (adapted): […]

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