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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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Statism Is No Match for Economics

George Monbiot, writing in the Guardian, opines that After the failure of Cop26, there’s only one last hope for our survival. I’m curious, George, what is it? Now it’s a straight fight for survival. The Glasgow Climate Pact, for all … Continue reading

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COP26 is a Political Failure: Quelle Surprise

On the heels of the COP26 summit, John Vidal writes in the Guardian that It could have been worse, but our leaders failed us at Cop26. That’s the truth of it. While I don’t disagree that COP26 was a bit … Continue reading

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