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Climate activist Mark Zuckerberg owns 357-acre Hawaiian plantation with a 57,059-square-foot ‘palatial’ home with 25 baths By Conor Skelding May 1, 2021 | 7:02pm | Updated Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is again expanding his palatial Hawaiian property — and he’s not getting many likes. The Big Tech billionaire and wife Priscilla Chan snatched up 600 additional acres on the island of Kauai — and an existing online petition demanding that […]

Biden Energy Dept. nominee praises Green New Deal, calls for industry ‘transformation’ in new book – ‘Transition away’ from the fossil fuels ‘offers an opportunity to upend existing socioeconomic inequality’ By Ronn Blitzer | Fox News President Biden‘s pick for an Energy Department leadership position has a new book in which she supports the Green New Deal and calls for a “power revolution” that would transform how the energy industry functions for the sake of combating socioeconomic inequality. Shalanda Baker, Biden’s nominee for director of the department’s […]

Bloomberg news analysis: Biden’s solar/wind goals will eat up land – Will ‘require tremendous amount of land’ in the U.S. The U.S. Will Need a Lot of Land for a Zero-Carbon Economy By Dave Merrill Excerpt: Wind farms, solar installations and other forms of clean power take up far more space on a per-watt basis than their fossil-fuel-burning brethren. A 200-megawatt wind farm, for instance, might require spreading turbines over 19 […]

Climate activists now trying to cancel pets! Pet Police have arrived: ‘Expert suggested reducing rate of dog & cat ownership in favor of other animals’ to reduce ‘pets’ carbon footprint’ – Equal to emissions of 13 million cars!

Vox is trying to cancel pets now. Bc climate change. — Jack Poso 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) April 29, 2021   Are our pets gobbling up the planet? From the meat-based meals to kitty litter to plastic poop bags, pet care is unarguably bad for the environment. What can we do about it? […]

Bill Nye anxiously waiting for ‘climate deniers’ to die: ‘There’s an old saying — ‘science proceeds one funeral at a time’, … but it’s not happening fast enough’

Via The Daily Collegian:  Penn State professor, climate scientist Michael Mann fights against climate denialism Will Aguirre | The Daily Collegian Apr 22, 2021 As the world changes and climate changes with it, one thing has stayed the same for decades — Michael Mann’s commitment to fighting the climate war. … Mann began studying quantum […]

Fuelled by China, coal is a growing energy choice in Southeast Asia Fuelled by China, coal is a growing energy choice in Southeast AsiaThe Global Warming Policy Forum / by bennypeiser / 9hCoal is falling out of favor across the developed world because of concerns over pollution and climate change, but it remains a growing energy choice in many parts of Southeast Asia driven by Chinese […]

Joe Biden’s slip of tongue admits climate futility: ‘I rejoined the Paris Accord because if we do everything perfectly it’s not going to matter.’ – Biden joins Kerry in admitting climate pacts useless By Liz Peek Joe Biden: “I rejoined the Paris Accord because if we do everything perfectly it’s not going to matter.” “The United States accounts for less than 15 percent of carbon emissions. The rest of the world accounts for 85 percent. That’s why I kept my commitment to rejoin the Paris Accord, because […]

BBC: Climate change: Net zero targets are ‘pie in the sky’ – India declares poor nations want to continue using fossil fuels & the rich countries ‘can’t stop it’   By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Sharp divisions between the major global emitters have emerged at a series of meetings designed to make progress on climate change. India lambasted the richer world’s carbon cutting plans, calling long term net zero targets, “pie in the sky.” Their energy minister said poor nations want to […]

‘The connection between climate anxiety & white fragility’ – ‘Many of the students experiencing climate anxiety most viscerally are white’ By AJ Dellinger May 1, 2021 We’ve known that climate change is real for decades now. But for many people, particularly white people, it has felt like a threat that exists somewhere in the future but not quite right now. In recent years, though, that has started to change — particularly for the generation […]