Environment

The Chinese Communist Party understands that blackouts could injure its hold on power. That "the world will succeed, or fail as one" is irrelevant. The Party must go on. Chinese authorities went on to explain that "energy security" is the basis for a "modern energy system," and that, given the plentiful abundance of coal in China, "it is important...

Getting close to the hive gathering known as COP26, the Glasgow Times passed on glad tidings that the 30,000 attending from all over God's plague-pocked world (the number has jumped from 25,000) "will not need to use the Scottish government's vaccine passport system to enter the conference."

Calamity after calamity hits these greenie leftists in the face and they still have no intention of recognizing that green energy is a second-rate product utterly unfit for a first-world standard of living. Now Europe is about to go black in an icy cold winter to learn the hard way. Is that a big enough calamity for them, or do...

Politicians, pundits and the broader Twittering classes have adopted a perversely religious attitude towards the recently published Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's Sixth Assessment Report. They don't see it for what it is - a tendentious 41-page 'summary for policymakers' document, written by a committee in cahoots with governments...

"A Hotter Future Is Certain, Climate Panel Warns. But How Hot Is Up to Us," says the New York Times' screamer headline. The BBC dutifully quotes U.N. Secretary General António Guterres, a member of Portugal's Socialist Party, who said the report "is a code red for humanity." CNBC says "the world's leading climate scientists on Monday delivered...

Democrats didn't care that masks are ineffective against the virus; that people wear them incorrectly (below the nose, under the chin, on again and off again with constant cross-contamination); or that the disposable masks contain graphene, a dangerous chemical. We were told to wear them or else! But here's where we run into the delicious moral...

At a time when China is so obviously saying one thing and doing another, and clearly not fulfilling its share of the world's commitments to reducing CO2 emissions -- as the world's second-largest economy should -- increasing America's climate pledges sends all the wrong signals. What China and others see is that no matter what it does -- even if...