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IEA: Europe Will Have To Cut Gas Usage By Nearly One-Third – Germany warns ‘gas is a scarce asset’ By Julianne Geiger In the first quarter of next year, the countries of the European Union will have to cut their usage of natural gas by up to 30% in preparation for a complete stoppage of Russian gas flows, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). IEA Director Fatih Birol on Tuesday […]

We’re saved! Biden’s Interior Dept Planning to Phase Out Single-Use Plastic on Federal Lands by 2032 BY SHANNON MCGOWAN Earlier this month, U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland signed an order that requires federal land managers to phase out single-use plastic products by 2032. The decision directly supports President Biden’s executive order that calls on federal agencies to improve their waste and recycling management while also reversing a 2017 Trump Administration policy […]

Lab-Grown Meat: Investors Love It, But Scientists Question Safety By Martha Rosenberg Lab-grown meat — also referred to as cell-cultured, cell-based, cultivated, lab-grown and in vitro meat — is produced by taking biopsied cells from a living animal and using them to grow meat in a laboratory. According to the Center for Food Safety (CFS), at least 70 companies are working […]

Macron to Biden, maybe: Drill, baby, drill! By ED MORRISSEY Is that the message that French president Emmanuel Macron gave Joe Biden after buttonhooking him at the G-7 summit? According to Newsweek and video clips making the rounds on social media, it does appear that Macron cast a lot of cold water on Biden’s attempt to alleviate his oil crisis by […]

Biden Energy Sec. Granholm triples down on ‘green’ as ‘the only way out’ of high gas prices By Bradford Betz FOXBusiness U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on Wednesday warned that the nation would continue to feel the sting of price shocks if it did not break its dependence on fossil fuels. Speaking to reporters from the White House, Granholm said the nation would feel price shocks so long as it remains […]

Biden administration report shows massive fossil fuel industry job losses By Thomas Catenacci Fox Business The Biden administration published its annual U.S. Energy and Employment Report (USEER) Tuesday, showing large fossil fuel industry job losses. The Department of Energy (DOE) report found that the fuels technology sector experienced job losses totaling 29,271 jobs in 2021, a 3.1% year-over-year decline, with the majority coming in the fossil […]

Since 1883, ‘the administrative state…has designed policy, made policy, structured policy, implemented policy, & interpreted policy while operating outside the control of Congress, president, & judiciary’ The Astonishing Implications of Schedule F BY JEFFREY A. TUCKER  Two weeks before the 2020 general election, on October 21, 2020, Donald Trump issued an executive order (E.O. 13957) on “Creating Schedule F in the Excepted Service.” It sounds boring. Actually, it would have fundamentally changed, in the best possible way, the entire functioning of […]

Physicist: Why There’s No Need to Panic about Methane in the Atmosphere By Physicist Dr. Ralph Alexander You’ve probably heard that methane, one of the minor greenhouse gases, allegedly makes an outsized contribution to global warming. But the current obsession with methane emissions is totally unwarranted and based on a fundamental misunderstanding of basic physics. This misconception has been explained in detail by atmospheric physicists […]

Physicist: No Convincing Evidence That Cleaner Air Causes More Hurricanes By Physicist Dr. Ralph Alexander According to a new research study by NOAA (the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), aerosol pollution plays a major role in hurricane activity. The study author claims that a recent decline in atmospheric pollutants over Europe and the U.S. has resulted in more hurricanes in the northern […]

POLITICO: ‘America’s climate push is in peril’ – ‘Stalled climate action all but guarantees the U.S. won’t do its part to meet goals of 2015 UN Paris climate accords’ By ARIANNA SKIBELL The great climate muddle — After his inauguration, President Joe Biden charged into the Oval Office and drafted a series of game-changing, economy-altering plans to save the planet from a slow-creep heat death. A year and change later, progress has been slow. And Biden’s toolbox may be shrinking. Republicans wary of […]