The Most Dangerous Answer At Last Night’s Debate

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First of all, Democrats, thank you. I know we’ve had our differences over the years, but last night you did your nation and indeed all of humanity a service when you ritually humiliated Michael Bloomberg. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a debate floor get mopped quite like that. By the end, Bloomberg was like...

Oil and gas firms ‘have had far worse climate impact than thought’ | Environment | The Guardian

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The oil and gas industry has had a far worse impact on the climate than previously believed, according to a study indicating that human emissions of fossil methane have been underestimated by up to 40%. Although the research will add to pressure on fossil fuel companies, scientists said there was cause for hope because it...

If They Are So Alarmed By Climate Change, Why Are They So Opposed To Solving It?

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Why do Extinction Rebellion, Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Greta Thunberg oppose the technologies that … [+] have most reduced emissions? Nobody appears to be more concerned about climate change than Democratic presidential front-runner Bernie Sanders, student activist Greta Thunberg, and the thousands of Extinction Rebellion activists who shut down London last year. Last year, Sanders...

AOC Proposes Bill to Ban Fracking Because It Contaminates Water, Study Shows She’s Wrong

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The following article, AOC Proposes Bill to Ban Fracking Because It Contaminates Water, Study Shows She’s Wrong, was first published on Flag And Cross. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY) is not going to like this new research that proves her wrong. She’ll probably disregard the study as “fake news” or right-wing propaganda, but obviously that isn’t...

The bio-weapon theory of the China epidemic

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The networks state that “heroic doctors are taking samples of blood and the blood is being analyzed to find the germ that is causing the epidemic.”  The DOD confirms over and over that this is, indeed, a biowar attack. Human interest stories pile up.  This family lost three members, that family lost everybody.  Tragedy and...

NT Greens to snub Labor over fracking policy, preferencing conservatives in Johnston by-election – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

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NT Greens to snub Labor over fracking policy, preferencing conservatives in Johnston by-election A political schism has emerged between Labor and the Greens in a Northern Territory by-election contest, with the Greens deciding to preference Labor last, behind conservative-leaning parties. Key points Aiya Goodrich Carttling, the Greens candidate in the seat of Johnston in Darwin’s...

Canada’s latest blockade? It’s at the end of B.C. Premier John Horgan’s driveway | National Post

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EDMONTON — As the sun rose on budget day in British Columbia, a cadre of activists visited the home of Premier John Horgan, who lives on a quiet dead-end street in Victoria’s suburbs. Around a dozen Extinction Rebellion sorts — videos posted on social media showed some middle-aged climate activists — one sporting muttonchops that...

State unsure how many fracking permits have been issued in Queensland

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Coal seam gas is natural gas, mostly made up of methane, which is taken from underground coal deposits typically at a depth of 400 to 1000 metres. The deposits, known as coal seams, sit far below shallow aquifers, which provide water for agricultural use. Wells the size of a dinner plate are drilled into the...

Boris Johnson’s new chair for crucial climate conference took donations from energy interests

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Alok Sharma was this week appointed President of COP26, the UN climate negotiations taking place in Glasgow later this year, following Claire O’Neill’s shock removal from the post by Boris Johnson. In a letter to the PM published by the Financial Times, Claire O’Neill hit out at Boris Johnson, warning: “This isn’t a pretty place to be and we owe...

Banderazo en clamor por el agua: vecinos de Tupungato pidieron a la Corte que frene el fracking

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EXPLÍCITO El banderazo en ascenso al Cristo del Valle. Foto: Diego Wasinger Este domingo los tupungatinos exigieron que la Suprema Corte declare la constitucionalidad de la ordenanza que decreta que ese departamento es libre de fracking con un banderazo al Cristo del Valle. En la cima del cerro, desde donde se observa la inmensidad y...

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