Supreme Court case on carbon price is about climate change, not the Constitution

The Supreme Court of Canada begins hearing appeals in three cases on Sept. 22 to determine whether Ottawa’s national carbon price is constitutional. Appellate courts in Saskatchewan and Ontario had previously upheld the law, but the Alberta Court of Appeal had ruled that it was unconstitutional and intruded on provincial powers.

Biden’s Green New Deal Turns One

Reposted from The Institute For Energy Research By Robert L. Bradley, Jr.June 3, 2020 One cannot know what is going on in a certain Wilmington, Delaware, basement. But so far, the presumptive Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden has committed to go far beyond the activism of President Obama and 2000 nominee Al Gore in…

Global supply chains as a way to curb carbon emissions

Norwegian University of Science and Technology The coronavirus outbreak has companies from Apple to Amazon warning consumers, shareholders and governments about how factory shutdowns in China and across the globe have disrupted global supply chains. Many goods, including cars, mobile phones and medicines, have parts or components that are imported and exported several times before…

IPCC Demands Peak Oil Now!!!

Guest hyperbole by David Middleton Definition of Hyperbole Hyperbole, derived from a Greek word meaning “over-casting,” is a figure of speech that involves an exaggeration of ideas for the sake of emphasis. Literary Devices IPCC demands Peak Oil now = hyperbole… Or does it? Article / April 23, 2019 OVEREXPOSEDThe IPCC’s report on 1.5°C and the risks of overinvestment…

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Shell Announces Major Pivot To Green Energy

From The Daily Caller Shell Announces Major Pivot To Green Energy 11:29 AM 12/26/2018 | Energy Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator Royal Dutch Shell revealed an ambitious plan to double its investments in green energy in what appears to be the next phase in the oil giant’s efforts to decarbonize. Shell will boost its expenditures…