Thursday, June 13, 2013


 German Prime Minister Calls For Cutting Subsidies For Green Energy | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Germany urgently needs to scale back its financial support for the development of renewable energy to contain the spiralling costs of its move to a low-carbon economy, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday.
Jesse Kline: Ehrlich Bombs Again | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
In the more than four decades since The Population Bomb was published, the number of people inhabiting the Earth has more than doubled, but the death and poverty rates have dropped, and life expectancy has increased. Not only are we feeding more people than ever before, we’re doing it with less land.
IPS – “Carbon Farming” Makes Waves at Stalled Bonn Talks | Inter Press Service
Civil society organisations warn that if agriculture becomes part of a carbon market, it will spur more land grabbing in Africa, with woodlands being used mainly for carbon sequestration instead of food production.

“There is a profound danger to agriculture here, with real potential for more land grabbing and expansion of monocultures in order to harvest credits,” Helena Paul of EcoNexus, an environmental NGO, previously told IPS.
Top Abbott business adviser wants renewables target scrapped | World news |
Maurice Newman, chairman of Coalition's proposed business advisory council, doubts scientific case for global warming
US Oil Boom Largest In History | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
U.S. crude-oil production grew by more than one million barrels a day last year, the largest increase in the world and the largest in U.S. history.

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