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Yes, oil prices are negative. No, you won’t get paid to fill up your tank By Amy Harder In an unprecedented move, U.S. oil prices went negative Monday — meaning, companies paid to sell their oil — but don’t expect to get paid to fill up your tank at the gas station. How it works: Several other layers of costs, including refinement, transportation and various state taxes suggest negative gasoline prices […]

Geologist Laments Mutating virus panic into climate crisis scares By Gregory Wrightstone In the first several weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, the media alternated between providing information on the scope and possible dreadful consequences of the contagion and vilifying President Trump over his supposed failures in managing the pandemic. Conspicuously absent from the coverage was any attempt to link the pandemic to man-made […]

Eco-Reality Strikes Back: Earth Day at 50 By Steve Milloy As climate bedwetters hyperventilate about the state of the environment for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, reality strikes back. Here is my summary of the state of our environment. [Note: Image clipped from the cover/title of Iain Murray’s 2008 book] Eco-Reality Strikes Back: Earth Day At 50 By Steve Milloy, […]

UN’s Green Climate Fund calls coronavirus an ‘opportunity’ to ‘relaunch economies on low-emission, climate-resilient trajectories’ By Jack Houghton The UN-funded financial arm of the Paris Agreement has labeled the killer coronavirus an “opportunity” to raise funds for climate change action and “relaunch economies on low-emission, climate-resilient trajectories”. The extraordinary statements have been published in a document by the Green Climate Fund – an international organization with a $10.3 billion […]