Oct 31 07:28

Press review: Russia, Saudis to battle green agenda and NATO opens its arsenal to Kiev

Ukraine participated in the meeting of the NATO North Atlantic Council Committee on Armaments on October 26 for the first time. Previously, participation in such meetings was the prerogative of alliance member countries, and Kiev sees the event as a hint that Brussels has taken a direct course towards accepting Ukraine into the organization, Nezavisimaya Gazeta writes. But whether NATO leaders will want to finally embrace Ukraine remains questionable. Should Ukraine officially join NATO, Donbass will become the alliance’s problem and hardly any EU member will want to send their soldiers to a real war.

The leadership of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has repeatedly reported on transitioning the country's army and navy to NATO standards. Therefore, representatives of Kiev were on the same page with the alliance in discussing armaments.

Oct 31 06:33

‘Very green’: VIDEO of Biden’s massive 85-car motorcade ahead of climate summit leaves critics stunned

US President Joe Biden has left many confused after he took an 85-car motorcade to his meeting with the Pope ahead of a massive summit on climate change.

On his way to meet Pope Francis on Friday, Biden traveled with a massive motorcade, caught on camera and likely extended from his usual entourage due to a Covid-19 restriction in Italy limiting the number of passengers in each vehicle. A typical motorcade for the president includes a couple dozen vehicles, plus vehicles to block traffic.

Biden led a group of about a dozen people into his meeting, and his motorcade was filled with security details as well as press who shadow and report directly on the president. It reportedly involved 85 vehicles.

Oct 31 06:18

Watch: UN's Cringe Worthy Climate Change Ad Makes No Sense

A new ad created by the United Nations and published Wednesday features a large dinosaur attending a U.N. event, going up to the podium, and speaking.

The dinosaur can be viewed lumbering up to the podium, setting the mic amid feedback, and when he speaks English in a human voice, stating:

"Listen up, people. You're headed for a climate disaster. And yet, every year, governments spend hundreds of billions of public funds on fossil fuel subsidies."

"Imagine if we'd spent hundreds of billions per year subsidizing giant meteors," proceeded the unnamed dinosaur, referring to the fact that we believe that the age of dinosaurs on earth was ended by an enormous meteor. "That's what you're doing right now!"

Oct 30 06:33

COP26 Is A Global Energy Embarrassment

For 26 futile years, the net-zero maniacs have wasted fuel, energy, and taxpayers' money to bite the hands that provide their food, energy, welfare, and public-sector jobs.

Led by E.U. and AUKUS dreamers, they destroy reliable energy from coal, oil, nuclear, gas, and hydro while forcing us to subsidize net-negative dreams like solar, wind, wave-power, CCUS, hot rocks, pumped hydro, and hydrogen. All such speculative ventures should be funded by speculators, not taxpayers.

COP-Out-26 illustrates to the realists of China, Russia, India, and Brazil that the West has lost its marbles and is in terminal decline. For Scott Morrison to surrender Australia to these green wolves betrays an army of miners, farmers, truckies, and workers in primary, secondary, and tertiary industries that support him and his Canberra pack.

Oct 29 08:34

Joanna Lumley is an Idiot

Carbon rationing for you, luxury holidays for her.

Oct 29 08:22


Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy, is a Utopian myth that will not “save the world” but rather destroy it. Its cracked policies have been noted for at least 30 years and the fruit of destruction is all around us. If successful, their dream that “You will own nothing” will not bring happiness, but rather homelessness

Oct 29 05:36

Doug Casey: Why The Carbon Hysteria Is A Huge Threat To Your Personal Freedom And Financial Wellbeing

Before the Industrial Revolution, the overwhelmingly major fuel source was wood. After that, we went to coal, which was a big improvement in density of energy and economics. Then, we went to oil, another huge improvement in energy density and economics.

These things happened not because of any government mandates but simply because they made both economic and technological sense. If the market had been left alone, the world would undoubtedly be running on nuclear. Nuclear is unquestionably the safest, cheapest, and cleanest type of mass power generation. This isn’t the time to go into the numerous reasons that’s true. But if nuclear had been left unregulated, we’d already be using small, self-contained, fifth-generation thorium reactors, generating power almost too cheap to meter. The world would already be running on truly clean green electricity.

Oct 29 05:03

Honest Government Ad | COP26 Climate Summit

Oct 28 05:24

Snow hits Scotland today as Met Office warns of Storm Aurore fallout

Snow is set to fall in Scotland today as temperatures drop before the country braces itself for the fallout of Storm Aurore.

Forecasters say parts of the country will see "flurries" over the next few days after Aberdeenshire was treated to one of winter's first snowfalls last night.

It comes as the Met Office has warned of heavy rain and freezing winds to sweep in over the weekend as Storm Aurore batters the nation.

Up to 60mm of rain could fall in a 24-hour period in western Scotland and across the central belt in what will be an "unsettled weekend".

Storm Aurore has been causing havoc in England with heavy rain and flooding, with the tail-end of the wet and windy conditions set to impact Scotland before it moves across the English Channel.

On Wednesday evening, Braemar, Aberdeenshire, saw flurries of snow after one local captured the rare weather occurrence.

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Oct 28 05:19

Biden's Climate Financing Plan Won't Help Climate, But Will Push Country To Totalitarianism: Experts

Biden’s plan, sketched out in a recent “roadmap” White House report, would infuse projections on climate change into decisions across the financial industry (pdf). Applying for a mortgage or other loans? The bank would consider the “climate risk” of underwriting it. Taking out an insurance? “Climate risk” would play into your premium. Putting money into a pension or investment fund? The fund managers would be free to consider “climate risk” in deciding where to invest your money. Buying stocks on your own? Public companies would need to divert part of their attention to explaining “climate risks” they face. Applying for a government contract? Prepare to justify your carbon footprint.

Oct 27 19:50

US Coal Stockpiles Slump To Two Decade Low As Power Plant Demand Surges

One of the biggest ironies this year is the transition from fossil fuel generation to green energy has created a global energy crisis that is forcing the U.S., among many other countries, to restart coal-fired power plants ahead of the Northern Hemisphere winter. Coal is roaring back this fall but supplies are not catching up with demand.

According to Bloomberg, US coal supplies dropped to 84.3 million tons in August, the lowest level since 1997.

As of August, about a quarter of all US power generation was derived from coal. As winter approaches, coal-fired power plants will become a more significant percentage of all U.S. power generation.

Power plants are expected to burn 19% more coal this year because soaring natural gas prices have made it uneconomical to produce power.

Oct 27 09:21

‘Chasing net zero to halt ‘climate change’ is an expensive folly… and COP26 is little more than a photo op for the elite’

As world leaders prepare to fly to Scotland to attend COP26, climate-change sceptic Lord Christopher Monckton exposes what he sees as the myths about global warming and tells RT why he thinks pursuing net zero is a bad idea.

Oct 27 08:13

Three studies reveal natural phenomena, not humans, behind global warming

Three studies have found that natural phenomena, not human activity, is to blame for global warming. The papers published from June through October revealed that occurrences in the atmosphere and in the ocean trigger increased temperatures. Humanity’s role in global warming appears to be minimal – and even causes a drop in temperatures, the studies noted.

Oct 27 06:05

Gavin Newsom and Entourage of 22 Democrats, Officials to Jet to Glasgow to Save Climate

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) will jet to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, next week with an entourage of 22 people, burning more tons of carbon dioxide than several people consume in a single year.

The Sacramento Bee reported Monday:

California Gov. Gavin Newsom will travel to Glasgow, Scotland, next month for the United Nations climate conference, his first major conference abroad since becoming governor in 2019.

World leaders will meet at the conference, which runs Oct. 31 through Nov. 12, to discuss progress on achieving their climate goals and set more ambitious targets to lower global emissions.

Oct 26 05:50

Boris Johnson jokes about 'feeding humans to animals' to 'redress the sad imbalance' on the planet to baffled children as he hosts bizarre 'Kids Lobby' briefing in Downing Street

Boris Johnson joked to children that humans could be fed to animals to help the planet today.

The PM made the quip as he faced a grilling from youngsters about his environmental plans in the £2.6million Downing Street briefing room.

Facing a crowd of youngsters he made the lighthearted jest in relation to address the imbalance in nature, where humans and domesticated animals make up the vast majority of mammals on the planet.

Oct 26 05:40

‘Naive is an understatement’: German safety official tells RT that risk of electric vehicle fires is ‘completely unaddressed’

A series of fires involving electric buses is calling into question Germany’s reliance on these zero-emissions vehicles. “The risk of these fires,” safety regulator Heinrich Duepmann told RT, “is completely unaddressed.”

Europe is experiencing a green transport boom. Sales have quadrupled since 2018, and one in every ten new vehicles sold on the continent is now fully electric, a share that rises to four in ten when hybrid vehicles are taken into account. In Germany, where the Greens are in talks about joining a coalition government, the number of electric buses doubled last year compared to 2019.

The switchover from diesel to electricity has not been entirely smooth. Three bus depots were gutted by fire this year alone, with the most recent in Stuttgart last month destroying 25 buses and sending a column of smoke towering over the city.

Oct 26 05:39

COP26 Live: Road closures, strikes and latest summit developments

Follow along with all the latest COP26 developments as Glasgow braces for road closures, rail strikes and thousands of delegates and world leaders.

Oct 25 13:05

Fox News' Weather F**k-Up: Fox Networks Take Different Stance On Climate Change

Fox Weather, the new 24-hour sister network of Fox News, is anticipated to be launching Monday and will strongly embrace climate change as part of its coverage, as per multiple press reports.

The all-weather channel is expected to become a competitor to The Weather Channel and Accuweather, but will be available free on OTT systems and platforms.

"If you're asking about climate change, climate change is part of our lives," Sharri Berg, the Fox executive who will head the division, told Variety.

"It's how we live. It's not going to be ignored. We will be reporting facts."

Oct 25 10:58

Sunrise DC’s litmus test on Zionism shocks mainstream Jewish organizations

You have surely read about the decision by the Washington DC branch of Sunrise Movement, the five-year-old group demanding action to stop climate change, to withdraw from a Freedom to Vote Rally in the capital tomorrow because of the participation of three Zionist groups in the coalition sponsoring the rally.

The decision shocked Jewish establishment organizations because it seems to portend a political future in which Zionism and progressivism are irreconcilable. Centrist Jewish groups accused Sunrise DC of antisemitism, while liberal Zionist organizations called the decision wrong. Many pro-Israel politicians have also condemned the decision, and the national Sunrise Movement distanced itself from its DC “hub”‘s decision though it did not condemn it.

Oct 25 10:32

Bomb cyclone, atmospheric river blasts West Coast; 2 dead in Seattle area; hundreds of thousands without power

A furious storm unleashed from a "bomb cyclone" over the Pacific Ocean slammed ashore Sunday in drought-plagued Northern Californiaand the Pacific Northwest, blasting a wide swath of the West Coast with heavy rain, damaging winds, flooding and mudslides.

Over 160,000 homes and businesses in California, more than 170,000 in Washington, and over 28,000 in Oregon were left without power on Sunday due to the extreme weather. Two people were killed when a tree fell on a vehicle in the greater Seattle area.

Flooding across the San Francisco Bay Area closed streets in Berkeley and inundated the Bay Bridge toll plaza in Oakland. By Sunday morning, Mount Tamalpais, just north of San Francisco, had recorded a half-foot of rainfall during the previous 12 hours, the weather service said.

Oct 25 09:50

Snow bursts pummel the Tahoe Basin

A heavy snow shower struck the South Shore of Lake Tahoe on Monday morning, causing several inches of snow to block traffic on Highway 50. Twitter users shared an image with a measuring stick in a 7,800-foot thick snow blanket just south of Kirkwood Meadows. Highway 88. “It’s still coming down at 2 inches,” wrote @chilesconsin. National Weather Service forecaster Eric Curse said snowfall was concentrated in the area above Highway 50 between Myers and Twin Bridge, describing meteorological activity as a “snow burst.” “It’s a small area where it’s raining heavily and may be snowing a few miles away,” said Cars, who works at the Sacramento office of the Meteorological Department. Heather Richards, a meteorologist at the Reno Office’s Meteorological Bureau, said. A phenomenon called the “lake effect” was the cause of heavy snow locally.

Oct 25 07:35

Credit Card Cuts Off Spending When You Reach Your CO2 Limit

The company that created a credit card to track your purchases’ CO2 emissions is set to launch a “premium” version of the card that cuts off your spending as soon as you hit your “carbon max.”

This is the latest of many schemes to force major changes in human behaviour to allegedly lessen global warming. Social scientist and author Steven Mosher has called the global warming movement a “giant propaganda effort” and “the biggest scientific fraud ever perpetrated on the family of man.”

Doconomy has partnered with Mastercard and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to create technology for the everyday consumer that “connects the purchase price of a product with the effect on the planet measured in Kg CO2, and then recommends the amount to offset – practically putting a price on carbon,” as the Doconomy website explains.

Oct 25 07:04

Net zero commitment will be a ‘real risk’ for Scott Morrison

Oct 25 06:50

U.N. Warns of Global ‘Famine, Chaos, Terrorism and… War’ if COP26 Climate Summit Fails

Any failure by the Cop26 summit in Glasgow to deliver an agreement on future trans-national climate controls could plunge the world into chaos, sparking migration crises alongside food shortages, political disorder and war, the U.N.’s top climate official warned Sunday.

Patricia Espinosa, executive secretary of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, made her bleak prediction ahead of the opening of the convention on November 1.

As some 30,000 people from 197 different countries ready to fly in to the meeting, she warned:

We’re really talking about preserving the stability of countries, preserving the institutions that we have built over so many years, preserving the best goals that our countries have put together.

The catastrophic scenario would indicate that we would have massive flows of displaced people.

Oct 25 06:12

Missing Leaders, Eyewatering Hotel Rates and a Resurgent Pandemic Could Derail the Most Important Climate Summit in Years

The stakes at COP26, the U.N. climate summit that begins Nov. 1 in Glasgow, couldn’t be higher. U.S. climate envoy John Kerry has called the summit the world’s “last best hope” to avoid the worst consequences of climate change. Over two weeks, some 20,000 delegates representing 195 countries will try to resolve significant differences on how the world should cut its greenhouse gas emissions, with the aim to “keep 1.5°C alive.” That is, to meet the Paris Agreement’s target of limiting global average temperature rise to 1.5°C over the preindustrial era by 2050, after which point climate change will likely reach catastrophic proportions .

Oct 24 19:26

Glasgow climate conference is really about ‘political change’: Canavan

Nationals Senator Matt Canavan says the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow is really about “political change” and he believes Australia should “run a million miles from it”.

“These people want to shut down all coal mines by 2030,” Mr Canavan told Sky News Australia.

“They want to make it a right for refugees to claim climate as a legitimate reason for asylum and they want to make us all vegans.

“That is the agenda, that’s the political agenda that is on the table at Glasgow next week and I think we should run a million miles from it”.

Oct 23 06:20

Rubbish-strewn Glasgow braced for humiliation on world stage over shambolic preparation for Cop26

With more than 120 world leaders coming to Glasgow for the UN climate summit, it should have been a once in a generation chance to show off the very best of Britain to the watching world.

Glasgow is preparing to host the Cop26 conference, but there are fears of 'chaos' on the streets - Jane Barlow/PA Wire© Jane Barlow/PA Wire Glasgow is preparing to host the Cop26 conference, but there are fears of 'chaos' on the streets - Jane Barlow/PA Wire
Instead, Joe Biden, Emmanuel Macron and others will be greeted by rubbish-strewn streets, gridlocked roads, cancelled trains, glued-down protesters and a plague of rats after a city under SNP leadership became a “midden”.

Refuse workers and train drivers have announced they will go on strike during the conference, prompting warnings of “world leaders stepping over bin bags” and a “humiliation on the world stage”.

Oct 23 05:52

Delingpole: BoJo Doesn’t Really Believe in the Green Crap

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson spouts green crap on a daily basis to promote the upcoming COP26 debacle but I don’t think he believes a word of it.

As Exhibit A I present his extraordinary comic turn the other day at an event held in London’s Science Museum to woo key members of the eco-fascist, globalist cabal including Bill Gates and the head of Satan’s favourite investment institution, Larry Fink of Blackrock.

Johnson, as is his wont, capered like a buffoon before his audience of sinister plutocrats. But does his grandiloquent piffle sound to you remotely like the words of a man who buys into this nonsense?

I’m thinking for example of his childish mantra:

“Green is good, green is right, green works.”

Oct 22 07:45

Tucker exposes the hidden impact of green energy

Oct 21 12:49

Meat tax on the table in move to encourage sustainable eating

British shoppers should be hit with higher prices on meat to help the environment, according to suggestions for a tax on “high-carbon foods” drawn up for the Government.

Oct 21 05:21

A Multibillion-Dollar Clean Coal Plant Never Worked, and Now It’s Been Imploded

Residents in Kemper County, Mississippi, were startled early Saturday morning by a “loud explosion” coming from the local coal plant. It wasn’t an industrial accident, though. Instead, it was the planned demolition of parts of the Kemper Plant.

Dramatic footage posted to Twitter shows the plant’s implosion. (You should really watch it.) Local outlet KTOK reported that the explosions were meant to remove towers used in turning coal to gas as part of the plant’s original design—a design that failed spectacularly. The demolition is the last chapter in a decade-long, multi-billion-dollar disaster of a story about attempts to make clean coal happen.

Oct 21 05:20

Kemper Coal Gasification & Storage Plant Imploded (Obama’s climate ‘centerpiece’ bites the dust)

The quick fix of coal gasification and CO2 storage is all but dead. Projects will continue, and the subsidies will flow if Biden gets his way. But it is greenwashing and greenwasting.

The shiny star to be, Plant Ratcliffe, better known as the Kemper Project, a $6.7 billion integrated gasification power plant, was an experimental boondoggle from the start (mid-2010). The dream really ended years ago, with The Guardian reporting in March 2018:

“This was the flagship project that was going to lead the way for a whole new generation of coal power plants,” said Richard Heinberg, senior fellow at the Post Carbon Institute. “If the initial project doesn’t work then who’s going to invest in any more like it?”

Company officials have blamed the failure on factors ranging from competition from tumbling natural gas prices to bad weather, bad timing and plain old bad luck.

Oct 20 10:52

Heat pumps are one of the biggest cons that I have seen and Boris's £5,000 grants to install them is doomed to fail, writes construction expert ROGER BISBY

On the building advice website that I now run, I have been deluged by unhappy customers who were persuaded to install heat pumps (which are either ground source or air source, depending on design) but who bitterly regretted their decision.

One told me that he bought a new-build house which had an air source heat pump installed.

The customer’s bills were similar to those from the gas boilers they had before: But now they pay an extra £450 a year for service and maintenance if something goes wrong – as it frequently does.

Another contact of mine in the trade told me of a customer north of the border who had a ground source heat pump installed thanks to a Scottish government grant. He said it had never worked.

Contractors had dug up his garden three times to refit various components. Eventually he gave up altogether, dismantled it, installed solar panels – and now relies on his old oil boiler during the winter.

Oct 20 10:28

Biden’s EPA Faces Lawsuit for Illegally Stacking Science Advisory panels

Legal Insurrection readers may recall that in September, in a break from “presidential norms,” the Biden administration asked 12 officials appointed to military service academy advisory boards by former President Donald Trump to resign or face dismissal.

That isn’t the only havoc Biden has been wreaking among important government boards, either. A new lawsuit claims Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael Regan has illegally fired dozens of independent scientific advisers from two key committees earlier this year and replaced them with academics dependent on the agency for grant money.

Stanley Young, a statistician who has worked on pharmaceutical research and is a former member of the EPA’s Science Advisory Board (SAB), alleged in a complaint filed in Washington, DC federal court Thursday that the March 31 purge by Regan showed that the agency “has a problem with dissent.”

Oct 20 09:07

Not Breaking: Manchin Rejects Centerpiece Of Biden's Climate Agenda... Which Progressive Dems Insist On

Update (1118ET): Manchin reiterated on Tuesday morning that he's not in favor of a carbon tax, and that he wasts the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill passed first.

Meanwhile, Sinema was spotted earlier in the day arriving at the White House to meet with President Joe Biden.

Oct 20 06:54

Emerging World Hands Dems A "$750 Billion Bill" For Climate Change Ahead Of Glasgow Summit

While the EU's leading unelected bureaucrats continue to play footsie with the Kremlin while energy prices soar and EU member states reckon with the prospect of a very cold winter, the Wall Street Journal has just taken the time to remind us why the far-left Democrats' progressive "Green New Deal" climate rhetoric is all but destined to fail. And they did it with a portrayal of John Kerry's uncomfortable silence after being confronted with the price tag for the Democrats' green energy aspirations not at home, but abroad.

According to WSJ, the made-for-camera moment happened at a global climate summit in July, when there were no cameras around, when Kerry was handed what the paper described as "a bill" for aiding the developing world in its shift away from fossil fuels - enough to achieve the "green energy" to protect them, and the world, from Global Warming.

Oct 20 06:23

News Corp's dramatic climate change backflip | Media Watch

Oct 20 06:11

What Greta Thunberg does not understand about climate change | Jordan Peterson

Oct 20 06:10

David Starkey Absolutely OBLITERATES 'Religious Nutter' Greta Thunberg for Shaming Britain

Oct 20 06:01

Moses of Climate Change Boris Says Climate Crisis Is Worse than Covid and We Have to Listen to the Science

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has declared himself the Moses of Climate Change, and said that global warming is worse than Covid and therefore “we have to listen to the scientists.”

Speaking at the Global Investment Summit at the Science Museum in London on Tuesday, the prime minister claimed that free-market capitalism, which produced the world’s coronavirus vaccines, needed to be mobilised again to “face a challenge that is even bigger for humanity” and “a threat to our way of life that is ultimately far worse than COVID”: alleged manmade climate change.

Referencing the COP26 climate change conference set to take place in Glasgow, Scotland, next month, the prime minister said: “In just a couple of weeks, the world will assemble in Glasgow. And I hope that many or all of you will be there.

“Because the lesson of COVID is absolutely clear. We have to listen to the scientists. We need urgent government action.

Oct 19 07:33

'Brown recovery' wipes out hopes that pandemic stimulus would drive climate spending

Governments in rich countries pledged last year to spend trillions of dollars to rescue their economies from the trough of the pandemic — and to channel that gusher of cash in ways that would aid the fight against climate change.

The climate change strategy largely failed.

More than 18 months later, mounting evidence shows that the spending did little to alter the trajectory that has the planet on a path toward blowing through global emissions targets. In fact, much of the stimulus spending was directed toward a “brown” recovery that pumped money into polluting industries and energy sources like coal, oil and natural gas. Nations unleashed their spending in a way that was open to all sectors, helping their incumbent industries rather than funding the promised transformation to a clean economy.

Oct 19 05:23

COP26: Former US President Barack Obama coming to Glasgow

FORMER US President Barack Obama is coming to Glasgow for COP26, it has been confirmed.

The 44th President will meet youth activists and address the threat of the climate crisis, as one of 13 high-level officials and cabinet members from the White House attending the summit.

It comes as President Joe Biden confirmed on Thursday that he will attend the opening of the conference after participating in the G20 summit in Rome.

Hannah Hankins, spokeswoman for President Obama, said: "He will lay out the important progress made in the five years since the Paris Agreement took effect, highlight the leadership of young people around the globe, and urge more robust action going forward by all of us - governments, the private sector, philanthropy, and civil society”.

Oct 19 05:20

Boris vows to make Britain 'the Qatar of hydrogen' and says 'green is good' as he woos business chiefs including Bill Gates at glitzy summit urging them to invest 'trillions' in tackling climate change

Boris Johnson vowed to make Britain the 'Qatar of hydrogen' today as he wooed businesses chiefs including Bill Gates at a glitzy summit - urging them to invest 'trillions' in tackling climate change.

The PM gave a speech and chatted to the Microsoft billionaire on stage as he asked industry leaders to commit funding to decarbonising the world economy - insisting 'green is good, green is right'.

He said the UK had a responsibility to act on cutting emissions as 'we were the first to knit the deadly tea cosy of CO2' - pointing to the 'big bets' the government is making on electric vehicles and gigafactories for battery production.

Oct 18 09:51

US Coal "Roars Back" Under Biden Unlike Trump 

One of the biggest ironies to start this decade is the transition from fossil fuel generation to green energy has created a global energy crisis that is forcing the U.S., among many other countries, to restart coal-fired power plants monumentally ahead of the winter season in the Northern Hemisphere to prevent electricity shortages.

The virtue-signaling assault by the green lobby spearheaded by hapless puppet Greta Thunberg must beside herself as U.S. power plants are on course to burn 23% more coal this year, the first increase since 2013, despite President Biden's ambitious plan for a national grid to run on 100% clean energy by 2035.

Oct 18 09:41

The Collision of Two Opposing Green Destinies: COP26 and East Anglia’s Fraud

Where one system increases deserts by spreading solar panels across the face of the earth, the other actually greens deserts by careful reclamation, desalination and water diversion programs, Matt Ehret writes.

With the world gearing up for Mark Carney’s upcoming COP26 Climate Summit in the UK this October 31- September 12, 2021, it is worth asking: Will China and India collaborate with other nations of the multipolar alliance once more to save the world from a supranational world government?

You may be asking what I mean by “once more”?

Oct 18 09:40

Green Policies Return The World To Coal

There’s scarcely a place in the modern world that will not be feeling the high cost and discomfort of a shortage of energy supplies and their increasingly soaring prices. Lebanon already is. Due to a shortage of oil, the two power plants that supply 40% of that country’s electricity shut down. There is no electricity in Lebanon and will not be any for some days.

It’s an extreme case, but even the United Kingdom, the EU, the U.S., and China are running up against diminishing ability to obtain the necessary energy supplies to keep things running smoothly. Some of the shortages are due to accidents, like the cutting of an undersea cable to the UK, but most are due to green policies and stupid political choices, ironically shutting down oil and gas-fired power plants and fossil fuel exploitation and transport at the demand of the greens, who grossly overestimate both global warming and the ability of air, sun and water to take their place.

Oct 18 08:57

Dozens Of Climate Activists Arrested After Storming Interior Department, Police Sustain "Multiple Injuries"

A group of activists protesting against fossil fuels were arrested after staging a sit-in at the Interior Department in Washington on Oct. 15.

Oct 17 08:20

Interior Secretary Haaland Says Wind Turbines May Soon Line US Coasts

Speaking at a wind industry conference held by the American Clean Power Association, Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced plans by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to arrange seven offshore lease sales along the U.S.’ coastlines by 2025, in line with the Biden administration’s executive order, “Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad,” which directed the Secretary of the Interior to “[double] offshore wind by 2030.”

The proposed sites would include the coast of northern and central California, the coast of Oregon, the Gulf of Mexico, the Carolina Long Bay, the Central Atlantic, the New York Bight, and the Gulf of Maine.

The American Clean Power Conference at which Secretary Haaland spoke also featured remarks from Sen. Ed Markey (D.-Mass.) and various wind industry insiders, and was sponsored by GE Renewable Energy, Siemens Gamesa, Shell, Vineyard Wind, and other firms with a financial stake in wind power.

Oct 14 19:52

A Freezing Antarctic Winter Shatters Records

Antarctica just logged its coldest winter on record, with average temperatures hitting a blustery -78 degrees Fahrenheit. Individual temperatures hit as low as -144 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the coldest South Pole winter since records began in 1957.

The dramatically cold temperatures are part of what some scientists see as a larger cooling pattern in Antarctica. NASA published a study in 2015 which showed that the Antarctic ice sheet had gained billions of tons of ice each year for decades. That included a net gain of 82 billion tons of ice per year between 2003 and 2008.

Oct 14 09:31

Delingpole: Prince Charles Is a Blithering Green Idiot

Prince Charles is a blithering green idiot. Obviously this is a headline that could have been written any time in at least the last 30 years. But someone needs to remind the toxic, airheaded nincompoop that he doesn’t speak for all of us. And since no one is going to say this anywhere in the fawning, worthless and obsolete legacy media, I guess the job will have to fall to me…

Here is the Prattish Prince’s latest idiocy. It’s a BBC interview in which Charles effectively lends his royal imprimatur to eco-fascist groups such as Extinction Rebellion and their side project Insulate Britain.

Sure, he starts cautiously by gently chiding their methods: “It isn’t helpful, I don’t think, to do it in a way that alienates people.”

But having got that neat little piece of arse-covering out of the way, he quickly flashes his true colours:

Asked if he sympathised with Greta Thunberg, the climate campaigner who has also criticised leaders for failing to act, he said:?”Of course I do, yes.

Oct 14 08:28

Hundreds of Miners Protest as EU Moves to Kill Coal Jobs in Name of Green Agenda

Hundreds of Bulgarian coal miners and energy workers staged a protest on Wednesday to demand government guarantees for their jobs amid bids by the European Union to close mines and reduce carbon emissions.

Buses carried protesters from across Bulgaria for the rally in downtown Sofia, where demonstrators chanted “We want jobs” as they marched to the headquarters of the government.

Bulgarian miners say the EU’s timeframe for closing coal mining and coal extraction is too short and argue it shouldn’t come at the expense of the bloc’s poorest and most carbon-dependent regions.

Oct 14 07:58

Here is The Hidden $150 Trillion Agenda Behind The "Crusade" Against Climate Change

We now live in a world, where bizarro headlines such as the ones below, have become a daily if not hourly occurrence:


Now, in case someone is still confused, none of these institutions, and not a single of the erudite officials running them, give a rat's ass about the climate, about climate change risks, or about the fate of future generations of Americans (and certainly not about the rising water level sweeping away their massive waterfront mansions): if they did, total US debt and underfunded liabilities wouldn't be just shy of $160 trillion.

Oct 14 07:53

Finland Will Lobby The EU To Give Nuclear Power "Sustainable" Status

It looks as though Finland is starting to come back around to the idea of nuclear power - and that they plan on taking their advocacy for the clean energy to the European Union. The country will now lobby the EU for a "sustainable" label on nuclear power.

The EU's decision on whether or not nuclear is "sustainable" has yet to be made. Despite the fact that plants are emission free, "nuclear is currently considered only a low-carbon energy source due to emissions caused by mining and transport," Euractive wrote this week.

Finland's fifth nuclear plant is nearing completing after years of delays, the report notes. Nuclear remains an important energy source for the country, which has a target of being carbon neutral by 2035. Nuclear currently accounts for 30% of the country's power.

Oct 14 07:24


The price of energy from all sources conventional is exploding globally. Far from accidental, it is a well-orchestrated plan to collapse the industrial world economy that has already been weakened dramatically by almost two years of ridiculous covid quarantine and related measures. What we are seeing is a price explosion in key oil, coal and now especially, natural gas energy. What makes this different from the energy shocks of the 1970s is that this time, it is developing as the corporate investment world, using the fraudulent ESG green investment model, is dis-investing in future oil, gas and coal while OECD governments embrace horrendously inefficient, unreliable solar and wind that will insure the collapse of industrial society perhaps as early as the next months. Barring a dramatic rethinking, the EU and other industrial economies are willfully committing economic suicide .

Oct 14 06:54

Wall Street’s Takeover of Nature Advances with Launch of New Asset Class

Last month, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) announced it had developed a new asset class and accompanying listing vehicle meant “to preserve and restore the natural assets that ultimately underpin the ability for there to be life on Earth.” Called a natural asset company, or NAC, the vehicle will allow for the formation of specialized corporations “that hold the rights to the ecosystem services produced on a given chunk of land, services like carbon sequestration or clean water.” These NACs will then maintain, manage and grow the natural assets they commodify, with the end of goal of maximizing the aspects of that natural asset that are deemed by the company to be profitable.

Oct 14 05:55

The EPA head shows who’s really in charge in America

Michael Regan is the administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency. His job makes him a subset of the Executive branch but you’d never know that from his threat to Congress: If the legislators don’t give him the legislation he wants, he’d go ahead and do what he wants without them. This is a shocking usurpation of legislative authority but it’s par for the course in Biden’s Washington, D.C.

When our Founders drafted the Constitution, they were excessively concerned lest one branch of government gain disproportionate power, turning into a tyranny. The Constitution, therefore, spreads out power between the Executive, the Legislative, and the Judicial branches, with each institution checking the power of the two others.

Oct 13 09:18

Climate lockdown: UCL professor advocating lockdowns to combat “climate change”

Mariana Francesca Mazzucato, a professor at the University College London, has been advocating lockdowns for climate change. It may be unusual, but she is not alone in her views.

In an essay endorsed by establishment media, Mazzucato is pushing for draconian measures to curb what she says is the tipping point of climate change. She says if we don’t take such dramatic interventions immediately, human civilization will come to an end, and so will the planet.

Under a “climate lockdown,” as she calls it, governments would limit the use of private vehicles, ban the consumption of red meat and impose extreme energy-saving measures. Fossil-fuel companies will have to stop drilling, as well.

Oct 13 05:49

Record Cold/Winter Storm Brewing.

Oct 12 07:23

Hatred of Nuclear Tells You Climate Cult Isn’t Really About Carbon

‘They take too long to build!’ That is the rallying cry of anti-nuclear activists everywhere when they run out of arguments against nuclear power stations.

So here’s something to bear in mind. It took France just 12 years to decarbonise from the 1970s onwards, when it built 56 nuclear reactors. France’s main objective back then was to secure energy independence by reducing its reliance on imported fossil fuels. The French still enjoy the fruits of this decision today, with over 70 per cent of their electricity coming from clean energy sources.

Today, with gas prices skyrocketing, climate change closing in on us and air pollution proving deadly, we in the UK arguably have more reasons than ever to follow France’s lead.

What’s more, nuclear technology is also better now than it was over four decades ago. Reactors are now much more efficient and, in theory, quicker to build. And, once a nuclear power plant is up and running, it can remain operational for over 60 years.

Oct 12 07:02

Insulate Britain Threaten to ‘Unleash Hell’ if Boris Johnson Fails to Meet Green Demands

The radical eco-extremist group Insulate Britain is reportedly planning to blackmail Prime Minister Boris Johnson with threats of unleashing “Hell” if the government fails to meet the group’s climate demands.

The Extinction Rebellion (XR) splinter group is said to be planning another wave of sit-down motorway blockades on Wednesday, with the aim of causing as much disruption and embarrassment as possible.

Insulate Britain is allegedly aiming to have at least 120 of their far-left eco-warrior members arrested during the upcoming United Nations COP26 climate change summit, with the express purpose of shaming Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the world stage, according to the Mail on Sunday.

A reporter from the paper claimed to have infiltrated a meeting of the far-left group at St Pancras Church Hall in Central London.

Oct 12 06:41

Snow To Blanket UK As Rare Polar Vortex Collapse Could Spell Trouble For Power Grid 

A sensation headline from UK's tabloid newspaper, Daily Star, sums up a possible rare weather event that could throw the UK into a more profound energy crisis. The headline states: "As gas supply chaos sends price sky-high a -10c polar vortex is heading our way..."

Meteorologists warn a stratospheric warming event could generate a polar vortex split that pours freezing weather into the country later this month or early November.

Oct 12 06:20

Doc's Encouraged To Not Treat Patients In The Name Of Climate Change

Doctors should think less regarding the health of their patients and more about the health of the planet, an editorial in the BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) has urged.

The editorial, issued as part of a special edition devoted to the anticipated COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, says that medical treatment contributes greatly to "greenhouse gas emissions" and that this carbon footprint can be reduced if only "health professionals" can learn to reduce "overdiagnosis" and "overtreatment."

Oct 11 05:56

Snow falls on Stevens Pass

People driving on Stevens Pass near got see snow Sunday morning.

The National Weather Service said a light amount of snow fell overnight. It doesn’t stop there, another inch or two is expected throughout Sunday.

Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) said it snowed across U.S. 2 highway. Anyone traveling up there is encouraged by WSDOT to be cautious.

Stevens Pass goes through the Cascade Mountains along the King and Chelan County border.

Oct 11 05:23


Oct 10 08:44

Insulate Britain ringleader ADMITS he's a 'hypocrite' after being challenged over his own home that does NOT have the green measures he is demanding for the rest of UK

The ringleader of eco-fanatics Insulate Britain who have terrorised British road users in recent weeks has sarcastically admitted he is a 'hypocrite' who 'doesn't care' about insulation.

Liam Norton, 36, made the bizarre admission while being interviewed by talkRadio presenter Cristo Foufas on his failure to run an energy-efficient home on Saturday morning.

When asked by Foufas why the ardent eco-warrior has failed to insulate his own £360,000 London flat, Norton jokingly replies: 'Because I'm a hypocrite'.

Oct 10 06:38

Among Europe’s dirtiest: ‘Green’ biomass power plant in Yorkshire burning ‘renewable’ wood emits MORE CO2 than UK’s coal – report

A supposedly “carbon neutral” Drax biomass power plant is the UK’s leading source of CO2 emissions, and belches out more harmful carbon and particulate matter than some of Europe’s dirtiest coal plants, according to a new report.

Renewable energy firm Drax describes its plant in North Yorkshire as a “purely renewable” facility, boasting that it has slashed its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 90% since 2012. The plant burns biomass – pellets of compressed wood – and received £832 million ($1.13 billion) in direct government subsidies last year, on top of an estimated £258 million ($351 million) in carbon tax breaks.

Oct 10 06:36

First major winter blast of the season is set to bury parts of the Rockies from Montana to New Mexico under 30 inches of snow

A blockbuster snowstorm is set to bury parts of Rockies with areas from Montana to New Mexico receiving more than 30 inches of snow. Even Denver could see its first snowflakes of the season.

A potent, winterlike storm is forecast to spread from the Northwest and across the Rockies next week and deliver widespread accumulating snowfall that will be a welcome sight for snow lovers and an early-season boon to ski resorts. Snowfall totals could be measured in feet rather than inches.

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Oct 08 07:38

Google, YouTube to prohibit ads and monetization on climate denial content

Google and YouTube on Thursday announced a new policy that prohibits climate deniers from being able to monetize their content on its platforms via ads or creator payments.

Why it matters: It's one of the most aggressive measures any major tech platform has taken to combat climate change misinformation.

Details: Google advertisers and publishers, as well as YouTube creators, will be prohibited from making ad revenue off content that contradicts "well-established scientific consensus around the existence and causes of climate change," the company's ads team said in a statement.

Oct 07 05:10

Here we go: First mountain snowstorm likely next week

Here we go, winter lovers.

After an exceptionally mild and dry few weeks, it looks like a more winter-like pattern moves into Colorado starting this weekend, with perhaps a stronger storm bringing more widespread snow and chilly weather by the middle of next week.

The second storm will probably bring the mountains their first healthy snowfall event of this winter season. And no, we're not just talking about a dusting at the highest elevations.

For starters, there'll be two separate storms creating the winter-like weather, the first of which arrives this weekend.

The first storm arrives from the Southwest this weekend, and an accompanying cold front will drop temperatures across Colorado on Friday and Saturday. That'll lead to some mostly light snow for elevations at or above 10,000 feet this weekend, mainly across the western half of the state.

Oct 06 10:31


“Excuse me,” says your landscaper. “The mower’s out of juice. Mind if I plugin?” You look from the immobile machine to your half-cut lawn. “Outlet’s over there,” you tell him. “But let’s knock $20 off your fee? What are we up to now, 25 cents a kilowatt-hour?”

Welcome to the future. Welcome to California.

The state, committed to net-zero emissions by 2045, is moving to ban sales of gas-powered landscaping equipment as early as 2024. This is not the first attempt. Politicians tried and failed to do the same in 2003. Since then, though, more than half of homeowners in the state have swapped out their consumer-grade equipment for “zero-emission equipment” (ZEE), meaning, battery-powered weed whackers, leaf blowers, hedge clippers, chainsaws, and even lawnmowers.

Oct 05 09:46

People have 'every right' to question climate projections: Newman

Former Queensland premier Campbell Newman says people have "every right" to question climate projections.

"The hysterical projections made ... 30, 34 years ago, exactly the same sounding sort of projections that we hear today," he told Sky News host Alan Jones.

"It's right and proper we question it."

Oct 05 06:43

COVID has Replaced Climate Change as the Religion of the Left

Religion is a belief system based on a combination of logic and faith, mostly beyond the realm of what can be proven scientifically. A dictionary definition is, “Religion is belief in a god or gods and the activities that are connected with this belief, such as praying or worshipping in a building such as a church or temple.”

Or in simpler terms, religion can create order and meaning in a random and chaotic world. Religion is also strongly held and deeply personal, not something tossed aside based on the words of a government, politician, or celebrity.

For many, politics has become a religion and. as a centuries-old etiquette rule advises, “Never discuss politics or religion in polite company.” Unfortunately, today, science has now become political and entered the realm of religion.

Oct 05 05:36

Siberia set for extreme winter deep freeze, Russian experts predict, as Europe faces energy shortages with cooler weather on way

One of Russia’s top forecasters has warned that extreme weather is predicted to hit the Northern Hemisphere later this year, sparking concerns that it could worsen a deepening energy crisis setting in across parts of Europe.

Harsh conditions are predicted to hit Russia in early January, with snow in Siberia estimated to reach levels twice as severe as the average. On Monday, the meteorological center Phobos also reported that “snowdrifts almost a quarter larger than the norm” could sweep across Moscow.

In recent weeks, much of Western Europe has seen a rapidly growing energy crisis, with some parts of the continent experiencing a 250% increase in the price of gas for the heating and fuelling industry. Petrol stations in the UK running dry faster than they can secure new deliveries have caused severe delays and fights breaking out at refill forecourts.

Oct 04 12:31

South Pole posts most severe cold season on record, an anomaly in a warming world

Amid a record hot summer in large parts of Northern Hemisphere, beset by devastating fires, floods and hurricanes, Antarctica was mired in a deep, deep freeze. That’s typically the case during the southernmost continent’s winter months, but 2021 was different.

The chill was exceptional, even for the coldest location on the planet.

The average temperature at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station between April and September, a frigid minus-78 degrees (minus-61 Celsius), was the coldest on record, dating back to 1957. This was 4.5 degrees lower than the most recent 30-year average.

We first learned of this record through a tweet from Stefano Di Battista, who has published research on Antarctic temperatures. The legitimacy of Di Battista’s information was confirmed by Richard Cullather, a research scientist at NASA’s Global Modeling and Assimilation Office.

Oct 04 07:49

Homes may have gas cut off if they refuse to take part in hydrogen trial

Residents in one village will begin the pilot scheme by 2025 to help the Government assess whether hydrogen gas can be used as a low-carbon alternative for heating homes across the country.

Ministers insisted the powers to enter people's homes and switch off their gas would only be used as a "last resort" if the homeowners had refused to engage with any other options.

A consultation, which ended this week, suggests the Government will seek powers to allow gas distribution networks to enter homes if their owners do not wish to take part in the trial, in order to safely switch them off from the gas grid.

Current powers enable network operators to enter premises for a variety of purposes, including for suspected gas leaks or inspecting pipes and fittings.

Oct 04 05:37

German Wind Turbine Mysteriously Collapses One Day Before It Was Supposed To Officially Be Inaugurated

A massive wind turbine in the town of Haltern, Germany, collapsed just hours before it was set to be inaugurated this week.

The huge alternative energy device sported rotor blades at a height of 784 feet, according to a report by AP. It fell over, without warning, late on Wednesday this week.

The turbine was supposed to be officially launched the next day and had been hooked up to the power grid for over six months.

It's part of a larger effort in Germany to use renewable energy while the country attempts to transition not only away from fossil fuels, but away from nuclear.

Recall, Friday morning we wrote about a recently penned letter from professors from Oxford, Harvard and American University alongside a group of environmentalists, encouraging Germany to postpone their exit from nuclear power.

Oct 03 19:15

Greta Thunberg has ‘nothing to say’ on how to fix climate change

Activist Greta Thunberg has “nothing to say” on what to do about climate change, according to Sky News host Rowan Dean.

“She’s got nothing to say about what is actually happening on climate change,” Mr Dean said.

“She just simply says ‘action, action, action’ – the cry of every despot, every dictator, every communist, every socialist, every Marxist.”

Oct 03 19:02

Flashback: There's a ‘genuine fear of debate’ about climate change: Alan Jones

There is a “genuine fear of debate” of the critical issue of climate change, and if we keep announcing policy “based on fear” we are in deep trouble, according to Sky News host Alan Jones.

“I have been around for a while, the greatest policy rubbish being dished up is this business about net-zero carbon dioxide emissions,” Mr Jones said.

“I think the federal government know this net-zero talk is rubbish and what I have called for years an economic suicide note. But they are frightened of the Greens.”

Oct 02 06:47

A New Water Source That Could Make Drought a Thing of the Past

Lack of fresh water is now a global crisis. Water shortages mean food shortages, with hunger creating death tolls substantially exceeding those of the current Covid-19 crisis. According to the United Nations, some 800 million people are without clean water, and 40% of the world’s population is impacted by drought. By one measure, almost 100 percent of the Western United States is currently in drought, setting an all-time 122-year record. Meanwhile, local “water wars” rage, with states, cities and whole countries battling each other for scarce water resources.

The ideal solution would be new water flows to add to the hydrologic cycle, and promising new scientific discoveries and technologies are holding out that possibility.

Oct 02 05:38

Science behind temperature changes that we've been told is 'shambolic'

Oct 02 05:38

Net-zero is a 'completely meaningless concept'

Oct 01 05:55

Yup, it's only September and it's snowing in Arizona

It's been a very active Monsoon 2021 across the state of Arizona, with many spots receiving several inches of rainfall over the past few months.

And while the monsoon may be coming to an end this year, it doesn't mean Mother Nature didn't have a couple more surprises up her sleeve.

Thursday morning, the National Weather Service tweeted out some surprising news. Snow was actually falling in eastern Arizona. IN. SEPTEMBER.

Yes, actual snowfall!

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Oct 01 05:10

Powerful blizzard hits Northern Iceland

A deep cyclone with estimated pressure below 970 hPa is bringing intense snowstorms and blizzard conditions to northwest Iceland on September 28, 2021. Bad weather is expected to continue through Wednesday, September 29.

Blizzard conditions are expected in the north- and west parts of the country today, with a severe blizzard in the Westfjods and Strandir and severe to whole gales at Breidafjordur and on southern Snæfellsnes, according to the Icelandic Met Office (IMO).1

The office issued an Orange weather alert for Faxafloi - Southwest Iceland, Breidafjordur - Westnorthwest Iceland, Westfjords, and Northwest Iceland.

A Yellow alert was issued for Reykjavik - Capital Region, Faxafloi, Breidafjordur, Westfjords, Northwest Iceland, Northeast Iceland, East Iceland, and Central highlands - Uninhabited part of Iceland.

Northwest winds up to 90 km/h (56 mph) and considerable or heavy snow with blowing snow and poor visibility are expected in the NW.

Sep 30 13:10

Climate alarmists hype sea level rise by 2050, claim it could be 50 times greater than actual data

Climate alarmists are hyping articles that greatly exaggerate claims by California “experts” that the state’s future coastal sea-level rise by 2050 could be 3.5 feet.

The coastal sea level rise prediction by the state’s experts is based on the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change computer climate model scenarios. It ignores the coastal seal level rise tide gauge recorded at numerous California locations, which demonstrates that the sea-level rise remains consistent with past periods and is not increasing despite assertions.

Sep 30 10:35

Bye, Bye, Mr. Exxon Guy

Remember the Exxon lobbyist who got caught on tape admitting that the company had poured money into “shadow groups” in order to fight against climate science? He’s officially out of a job. E&E News confirmed with Exxon on Tuesday that Keith McCoy, the lobbyist in question, was no longer at the company.

“Mr. McCoy no longer works for the company,” Exxon spokesperson Casey Norton said in an email to E&E News. “This is a private personnel matter, and we will decline to comment further.”

For those who need a refresher, investigators at Unearthed posed as recruitment consultants looking to hire a DC lobbyist for a major client and set up interviews with two then-Exxon employees (the other interviewee left the company before the exposé aired). The secret tapes were released in July, and McCoy’s interview was far and away the more explosive of the two.

Sep 28 19:35

Eco-turd First, Greta

Sep 28 14:53

Biden Is SLAMMED For Being Fake?

Extreme climate change activist Greta Thunberg condemned President Joe Biden at a climate change protest in Berlin on September 24.

Thunberg lashed at Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda and suggested that the President’s speech is only meant to soothe far-left activists who want to pass climate change action.

“And now, as we move out of the pandemic, many are talking about using this as an opportunity for a green, sustainable recovery, whatever that means,” she said. “And world leaders are talking about ‘building back better,’ promising green investments, and setting vague and distant climate targets in order to say that they are taking climate action.”