Unprecedented power outages begin in California as winds bring critical fire danger. A failure of government at every level.
Sunsetting, as used here, means bringing it to a slow and untimely death.
Cities such as Berkeley, San Jose, San Francisco, Houston, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Albuquerque, and other U.S. cities are moving to ban natural gas -- the energy source that made America number one in emissions reductions.
States are beginning to hit electric vehicle owners with high fees in an effort to hold all vehicles equally accountable for financing repairs and maintenance of our highway infrastructure.
Wind and sunshine are too inefficient and intermittent.
Electric vehicle's have a very dark side of environmental atrocities and non-existent transparency of human rights abuses associated with mining for the exotic minerals that power them.
Who benefits if California is dependent on foreign oil?
Berkeley is the first city in America to ban natural gas hook-ups in new buildings.
Germany’s failed climate goals should be a wake-up all for governments everywhere.
Wind turbines have yet to produce anywhere near their projected capacity.
A top down Green economic transformation would be unaffordable, ineffective and trample individual freedom.
The difference in the global warming scare and the Y2K crash that started in 1998 was that Y2K had a definite end date which proved it to be a marketing ploy by software companies to sell unnecessary updates to data backup systems whereas the climate change hype could go on indefinitely and that is what allows it to build and fester. The Y2K bug, also called the Millennium Bug, a problem in the coding of computerized systems was projected to create havoc in computers and computer networks around the world at the beginning of the year 2000 It was the day that was supposed to finally prove [...]
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Australian voters rejected climate alarmism, who's next?
Intermittent wind and solar can't keep the shelves stocked and people moving.