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A Deranged Communist’s Climate Solution

Guardian columnist Zoe Williams writes At last I have good news on the climate crisis: all of us really can do something about it. What does she prescribe? People across the political spectrum broadly agree on the fundamentals and the … Continue reading

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COP26 Was a Blow to Globalism, Hopefully

Columbia history professor Adam Tooze, writing it the Guardian, declares The Cop26 message? We are trusting big business, not states, to fix the climate crisis. Not trusting the state is sound advice. If what you want aligns with their profit … Continue reading

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Who Will Been Right in the End?

According to Fatima Ibrahim, co-founder of Green New Deal Rising, Only noisy protest makes politicians take action to avoid climate catastrophe. What action are these noisy protests demanding? Before attempting to force politicians to take action (i.e. spend our money), … Continue reading

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Stop Demanding Change Without Specifics

Heather Short writes Why I resigned from my tenured position teaching climate science in college. She repeats over and over the need to take decisive, systematic action, but never mentions what that would entail. I have enjoyed my nearly 15 … Continue reading

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UK Labour Party Seeks to Exploit Climate Change for Votes

Ed Miliband of the UK Labour party opines in the Guardian that Our biggest enemy is no longer climate denial but climate delay. Is this mere partisan political hackery, or does he have something to say. Future generations will look … Continue reading

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Club of Rome Still Predicting the End of the World

Recently, Vice published an article titled MIT Predicted in 1972 That Society Will Collapse This Century. New Research Shows We’re on Schedule. The title is misleading, as though the study was undertaken by two MIT economists, it was published by … Continue reading

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Covid-19 Corporate Welfare

I find myself agreeing with much in the Guardian’s article “Airlines and oil giants are on the brink. No government should offer them a lifeline“, but for completely different reasons from its author. Do Not Resuscitate. This tag should be … Continue reading

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The Socialist Climate Agenda

I’m going to comment on Paris Marx’s recent CBC article Canada can learn from Australia’s carbon pricing mistakes. The article’s subtitle, “Carbon taxes may be the most efficient way to reduce emissions, but they’re not politically popular”, is a bad start. Where’s … Continue reading

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