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Germany’s Green Energy Meltdown

American climate-change activists point to Europe, and especially Germany, as the paragon of green energy virtue. But they ought to look closer at Angela Merkel’s political struggles as she tries to form a new government in Berlin amid the economic fallout from the Chancellor’s failing energy revolution. Berlin last month conceded it will miss its […]

California should link carbon market with Europe, Jerry Brown says

Gov. Jerry Brown, speaking at a joint conference of the European Parliament on Tuesday, urged leaders here to explore linking their cap-and-trade system with California. The Democratic governor and leader of the world’s sixth-largest economy pitched the prospect of a formalized California-Europe pact as a “concrete investment” that could compel more states and international provinces […]

The UN Admits That The Paris Climate Deal Was A Fraud

Global Hot Air: Here’s a United Nations climate report that environmentalists probably don’t want anybody to read. It says that even if every country abides by the grand promises they made last year in Paris to reduce greenhouse gases, the planet would still be “doomed.” When President Obama hitched America to the Paris accords in […]

Pruitt guts EPA science panels, will appoint new members

The head of the Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday he intends to replace the outside experts that advise him on science and public health issues with new board members holding more diverse views. In announcing the changes, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt suggested many previously appointed to the panels were potentially biased because they had received […]

EPA chief: I’d ‘do away with’ wind, solar tax credits

nvironmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt said on Monday that the federal tax credits for the wind and solar power industries should be eliminated. Pruitt told a crowd at a Kentucky Farm Bureau event that the credits stand in the way of utility companies making the best decisions about power generation. Read more here at The Hill