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Poor countries increase climate cash demand to $750 billion/year (from $100 billion.year) from rich countries —

Poor countries increase climate cash demand to $750 billion/year (from $100 billion.year) from rich countries.https://t.co/XDRDtGR2BL via @business — Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) August 2, 2021 Bloomberg News: South African Environment Minister Barbara Creecy said countries at the COP26 United Nations climate talks in November should set a target of mobilizing $750 billion a year from developed…

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COP26 Delay: Climate Activists Hopeful They’ll Have New President in the White House — Iowa Climate Science Education

 

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Guest essay by Eric Worrall Climate activists are hoping the COP26 Climate Conference delay will give them an opportunity to get rid of President Trump before the conference, to improve their odds of securing funding from US taxpayers to give the conference a much needed boost. ‘We must use this […]

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Political suicide note: UK Government considers banning gas heating & cooking — Iowa Climate Science Education

 

H/T The GWPF The UK government seems to have a bad case of climate derangement syndrome at the moment, in the run-up to the COP26 conference in Glasgow this year. How much economic damage could its futile attempts to reduce the supply of essential carbon dioxide (CO2) to the Earth’s ecosystems do? – – – […]

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