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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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Over the Top Climate Warriors Start to Acknowledge Adaptation

David Wallace-Wells writes Adapt or die. That is the stark challenge to living in the new world we have made. Is this more climate change hyperbole? We need to decarbonise and fast. People keep saying this, but then fail to … Continue reading

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Bending COVID-19 to the Green Agenda

According to CBC contributor Lori Lee Oates, a “well-known voice on gender and women in politics” who is seeking a Liberal Party nomination, COVID-19 is hastening the green economy, and we are far behind. I agree with some of her … Continue reading

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In the Coal Debate, there’s an Asian Elephant in the Room

Canada, the UK, and others are talking about eliminating the use of coal to generate power. Coal burning causes close to half of global CO2 emissions. Only one problem: Our combined share of the total coal burned is tiny. As … Continue reading

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