Guardian Climate Crisis: Coal Use is Not Falling Fast Enough

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to The Guardian, coal use will have to collapse in the 2020s if we are to combat the climate crisis. Carbon emissions fall as electricity producers move away from coal Global emissions down by 2% amid mild winter and reduced use of coal-fired power plants Jillian Ambrose and Simon GoodleyMon 9…

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China and India rejecting renewables for coal-fired futures

By Ronald Stein Founder and Ambassador for Energy & Infrastructure of PTS Advance, headquartered in Irvine, California China and India are NOT buying into the global alarm movement. Never in human history have we seen two countries (China and India), each with over a billion people, in need of such gargantuan amounts of energy to…

Japan: Back to the Fossil Fueled Future!

Guest MJaGA! by David Middleton MjaGA = Making Japan Great Again From the Midget Oligarch Reporting On News Service (MORONS)… EconomicsJapan Goes Into Reverse on Going GreenThe country abandoned nuclear energy and is building coal plants that will spew as much CO2 as all the cars in the U.S. By Noah SmithFebruary 5, 2020 Modern…

Southeast Asia: Coal Demand To Double By 2040

From The GWPF Date: 31/10/19 Bloomberg There’s just no stopping coal in Southeast Asia. Surging investments in wind and solar energy won’t be enough to shake the fuel’s dominance in the region for decades to come, according to the International Energy Agency. Coal demand is expected to double to almost 400 million tons a year…

Sorry Greta, India needs more coal to power growth

From The Times of India October 13, 2019, 2:00 am IST SA Aiyar in Swaminomics | India | TOI Greta Thunberg, the 16-year old Swedish girl who lectured the United Nations on climate change, is being touted as a possible Nobel Prize winner. She believes she and her white Swedish teenage friends have to save…