Net Zero Agenda Faltering: “Pie in the Sky”

No doubt at COP26 in Glasgow (rumoured that it may be postponed again because of the pandemic), the usual fudges will be made. There will be vague promises from poorer…

UK government scraps green homes grant after six months

The abandonment of the £1.5bn programme, which offered households grants of up to £5,000 or £10,000 to put in insulation or low-carbon heating, leaves the UK without a plan for…

The contradictory Green policies to limit CO2 emissions

An excellent way to undermine Western economies is to render their power generation unreliable and expensive. That objective of Green thinking is progressively being achieved by Government policy throughout the…

Getting Industry To Go Green Will Not Come Cheaply–Telegraph Wakes Up At Last!

The report also highlights the extremely naivety of the media up to now, who seem to have assumed that all of this decarbonisation could have been achieved for a billion…

Sleepwalking to Green Austerity

Basically, if you wish for net zero then you need to be very, very careful what you wish for. We may all end up sleepwalking to Green Austerity.

Summary UK Weather Dependent Renewables: 2019

As Government imposes more Renewables onto the Power industry, Power supply managers face major problems, as Political decisions insist on the impractical collection dilute and irregularly intermittent “Renewable Energy”. The…

Aussie PM Defies Pressure to Set a Net Zero 2050 Climate Target

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has upset greens by refusing to set a net zero target. ScoMo is not concerned the net zero targets of trading partners will affect Aussie…

GWPF Webinar: The Net Zero Threat to Economic Recovery

Joining the GWPF’s Harry Wilkinson are Rupert Darwall, Dr John Constable and Lord Lilley. — In what now seems like a different era, the EU and a few other governments…

The Silver Lining to the COVID-19 Dark Cloud: People Are Getting Back Into Their Cars

Guest “the gas tank is half-full” by David Middleton. May 11, 2020 10:03 AM UPDATED 2 HOURS AGOCommuters choose cars over public transport to avoid exposure to coronavirus Javier Blas,…

Twisting the Knife: European lawmakers consider tougher climate law

From Reuters Kate Abnett (Reuters) – European Union lawmakers are considering toughening the bloc’s planned climate law, with stricter near-term emission goals and a binding commitment for every member state…