IEA report reminds us peak oil idea has gone up in flames | Damian Carrington | Environment | guardian.co.uk
What follows from this is that the idea of peak oil has gone up in flames. We do not have too little fossil fuel, we have far too much. It also follows directly that the world's stock markets are sitting on toxic levels of subprime coal and gas, a giant carbon bubble ready to explode.EPA chief's secret 'alias' email account revealed | The Daily Caller
The name Richard Windsor may sound innocuous, but it is allegedly one of the secret “alias” email accounts used by Obama EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson.WB to cut 4pc for study, supervision
“That is the name — sorry, one of the alias names — used by Obama’s radical EPA chief to keep her email from those who ask for it,” Chris Horner, senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and author of the new book “The Liberal War on on Transparency,” told the Daily Caller News Foundation in an email.
“You remember Ms. Browner, the lady who suddenly ordered her computer hard drive reformatted and backup tapes erased, hours after a federal court issued a ‘preserve’ order … that her lawyers at the Clinton Justice Department insisted they hadn’t yet told her about?” Horner told TheDC News Foundation. “The one who said it’s all good because she didn’t use her computer for email anyway? That one.”
The World Bank would deduct around four percent of the total foreign grants Bangladesh receives under the Bangladesh Climate Change Resilience Fund (BCCRF) from the developed countries to tackle the effects of climate change.The science is overwhelmingly clear: man-made global warming is real and most Americans agree, says ABC’s Blakemore | MLive.com
The WB would cut total $4.63 million of Bangladesh's grants as charge of conducting surveys, feasibility studies and supervision of different climate related projects implemented by the government independently or with the help of development partners.
However, Blakemore’s sources close to the White House report that with the election over, “the President will deal directly with the global warming issue.” According to Blakemore, Obama and his team made a calculated, and often criticized political decision to eschew global warming during the campaign—concerned about its polarizing impact on the electorate.