Report says the quiet part out loud: ‘Heavy industry’ (iron, steel, cement) will have to ‘adapt’ to intermittent solar/wind energy – ‘Will need to accommodate effects of weather conditions…time of day on wind & solar power generation’

“The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), a nonprofit research organization, develops policies to reduce energy waste and combat climate change.”

Report: “With Planning, Heavy Industry Can Use Wind and Solar Power”The growth of renewable power is key to helping industrial companies decarbonize quickly and economically, but it will also require them to adapt. While many facilities operate 24/7, they will need to accommodate the effects of weather conditions, the season of the year, and the time of day on wind and solar power generation.

‘Heavy industry’ includes energy-intensive industries, such as iron and steel, cement, bulk chemicals, refining, and food and beverage manufacturing.


You Will Build Nothing & Be Happy: UN report urges ‘massive emission cuts in construction sector’ by using ‘gov’t regs & enforcement’ to achieve ‘Net Zero’ – Replace ‘concrete & steel’ with ‘stone, timber, & bamboo’

Flashback 2011: ‘Era of Constant Electricity at Home is Ending, says UK power chief’ — ‘Families would have to get used to only using power when it was available’

Bloomberg News: ‘South Africa Beats Climate Goal as Blackouts Slash Emissions’ – ‘Unintentional…power plant breakdowns are reducing industrial activity’

LA Times says quiet part out loud: ‘Would an occasional blackout help solve climate change?’ – ‘We might not have a choice’

Energy crisis solved!? ‘Poor families (w/ smart meters) will be paid not to use electricity at certain times’ to reduce risk of blackouts


You Will Build Nothing & Be Happy: UN report urges ‘massive emission cuts in construction sector’ by using ‘gov’t regs & enforcement’ to achieve ‘Net Zero’ – Replace ‘concrete & steel’ with ‘stone, timber, & bamboo’

UN Environment Program Press Release of new study with Yale Center for Ecosystems & Agriculture: “Rapid urbanization worldwide means every five days, the world adds buildings equivalent to the size of Paris, with the built environment sector already responsible for 37 percent of global emissions. A report published today by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Yale Center for Ecosystems + Architecture (Yale CEA), under the Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction (GlobalABC), offers solutions to decarbonize the buildings and construction sector and reduce the waste it generates.” …

“Until recently, most buildings were constructed using locally sourced earth, stone, timber, and bamboo. Yet modern materials such as concrete and steel often give only the illusion of durability, usually ending up in landfills and contributing to the growing climate crisis,” said Sheila Aggarwal-Khan, Director of UNEP’s Industry and Economy Division. “Net zero in the building and construction sector is achievable by 2050, as long as governments put in place the right policy, incentives and regulation to bring a shift the industry action,” UNEP’s Aggarwal-Khan added.

Government regulation and enforcement is also required across all phases of the building life cycle – from extraction through end-of-use – to ensure transparency in labeling, effective international building codes, and certification schemes…“The decarbonization of the buildings and construction sector is essential for the achievement of the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5°C.

We’re saved! African Climate Summit issues unanimous call for world leaders to support global tax on fossil fuels NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — The first African Climate Summit ended with a call Wednesday for world leaders to rally behind a global carbon tax on fossil fuels, aviation and maritime transport, and it seeks reform of the world financial system that forces African nations to pay more to borrow money. The declaration backed by the leaders […]

Africa Population & Health Research Center claims ‘climate change directly affects women & girls’ reproductive health’ By Joan Muthoki Women and girls are increasingly experiencing reproductive health complications owing to climate change, Dr. Elizabeth Kimani Murage, Head of the Maternal and Child Wellbeing Unit, Africa Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) has said. “Physiologically, women need a lot of nutrients and micronutrients for their reproductive health needs. Climate change affects the […]

S. Africa’s electricity minister declares climate pact with wealthy countries will be disaster for his country, causing power blackouts – Refuses Western attempts to turn country into a ‘guinea pig’ for Green New Deal Congrats to South Africa’s electricity minister Kgosientsho Ramokgopa for his courage in breaking ranks with his own government (and almost all the intellectual elites from around the world) on climate change craziness. He stated that the new climate change agreement with wealthy countries will be a disaster for his country – causing power blackouts […]

Your electric car is nowhere near as green as you think: Here are the hidden eco-pitfalls of the NetZero cause’s pin-up By ROSS CLARK It’s the pin-up of the Net Zero cause, set to decarbonise personal transportation and speed us all into a glorious green future. Indeed, under current Government plans, electric will be the only kind of new car we will be allowed to buy after 2035. And even before that, in 2030, the sale […]

KAMALA HARRIS misspeaks?!: ‘When we invest in clean energy & electric vehicles & REDUCE POPULATION, more of our children can breath clean air & drink clean water’

KAMALA HARRIS: “When we invest in clean energy and electric vehicles and reduce population, more of our children can breath clean air and drink clean water.” — RNC Research (@RNCResearch) July 14, 2023 Kamala Harris mistakenly proposes reducing population instead of pollution – In a verbal slip-up, Harris spoke of reducing ‘population’ to breathe […]

You Peasants Will Overheat & Be Happy: Biden admin to to Crack Down on Air Conditioning to Fight Global Warming – Will Cut HFC Consumption by 40% in Next 4 Years By Jim Hoft The Biden regime announced their plans this week to crack down on air conditioning to fight “global warming.” The regime wants to reduce hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) by 40% by 2028. HFC is the chemical used for refrigeration and to keep your house cool in the summer. But don’t worry, there are always […]

2019 report on a ‘1.5C World’: ‘Reduce number of clothing’ to ‘3 new clothing items per person per year’ by 2030 ‘to avoid climate breakdown’ – Affiliated with WEF, Michael Bloomberg, Soros, Google, FED EX & IKEA

Click to access Arup-C40-The-Future-of-Urban-Consumption-in-a-1-5C-World.pdf C40 is delighted to publish this pioneering piece of thought leadership, The Future of Urban Consumption in a 1.5°C World. The report demonstrates that mayors have an even bigger role and opportunity to help avert climate emergency than previously thought. But to grasp that opportunity, city leaders need to be even […]

Watch: UN Chief claims fossil fuels are ‘incompatible with human survival’ By Addison Smith The United Nations secretary-general didn’t mince words when addressing how he feels about the oil and gas industry this week. António Guterres lashed out at the fossil fuels industry following a meeting with civil society groups, the Associated Press reported. The industry, he said, is “trading the future” for money. Guterres urged them to […]