Young people blame climate change for their small 401(k) balances

from Market Watch By Kari Paul Published: May 23, 2019 9:46 a.m. ET Many young people today think civilization may not exist when they’re of retirement age. Here are ways to get them to invest for the future. Illustration/Sam Island Lori Rodriguez, a 27-year-old communications professional in New York City, is not saving for retirement,…

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UN Chief António Guterres, Citing Climate Worries, Says He Only Eats At Steak Houses Once Every 3 Months

From The Daily Caller United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said he’s cut back eating out at steak houses because of his concern over global warming. Guterres said he “used to love steak houses but now only goes once every three months because livestock contribute significantly to warming,” The Associated Press reported Wednesday, paraphrasing his comments.…

Decarbonisation and the Command Economy

From The GWPF Date: 08/05/19 Professor Michael Kelly, University of Cambridge The costs of retrofitting exiting domestic buildings to improve energy efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions, compared with the savings on energy bills, represent a wholly unsatisfactory return on investment from a family perspective.  A command economy would be required to make any serious inroads…

Sanity and humanity return to the World Bank?

Extreme greens grouse, but African and other poor families see hope in David Malpass Paul Driessen President Obama infamously told Africans they should focus on their “bountiful” wind, solar and biofuel. If they use “dirty” fossil fuels to raise living standards “to the point where everybody has got a car, and everybody has got air…