Economic harm

The Earth’s modest recent warming appears to be bringing net economic benefits, such as increasing crop yields, while greenhouse gas restrictions would bring net economic harms. Climate activism rather than our modest ongoing climate change provides the greatest economic harms and threats.

ExxonMobil is Right, Net-Zero Efforts Will Cause a Lower Quality of Life

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A recent Bloomberg article, titled “Exxon Says Reaching Net Zero Global Emissions by 2050 ‘Highly Unlikely’,” describes a regulatory filing Exxon Mobil Corporation made indicating that there would be significant risk associated with phasing...

Right, Washington Times, EPA’s Appliance Regulations Considerably ‘Lower Performance’

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Editor’s Note: The Washington Times published a story detailing the “avalanche of energy rules,” pushed by the Biden administration “to turn entirety of homes green.” As the story explains manufacturers warn the rules will reduce the performance...

Yes, Breitbart, The Netherlands Anti-Agriculture Scheme Is a Disturbing Development

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A recent story posted at Breitbart describes the latest anti-agriculture scheme concocted by the European Commission to reduce nitrogen pollution and land impacts of farming, by buying out thousands of farmers and forcing them...

Biden’s Energy Policies Cost U.S. Households More than $2,300 Since 2021

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Biden’s energy policies have caused energy costs to rise across America, from natural gas to electricity, costing Americans more than $2,300 since entering office in January 2021.  Over the Past Two Years: Overall residential electricity...

True, Daily Signal, Climate Change Policy Harms Farmers and Food Prices

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A recent article in The Daily Signal shows that the fight against climate change is having, and will continue to have, a deleterious impact on farmers and food prices. This unfortunate fact has been...
British agriculture

Thanks, Epoch Times, for Reporting on How Net-Zero Policies Are Destroying British Agriculture

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A recent Epoch Times article describes how the British government’s efforts to attain net-zero carbon dioxide emissions are hindering British agriculture, leading to food shortages that will likely get worse. The author, Owen Evans,...

Wrong, Media and COP-27, Africa Is Not De-Carbonizing, Oil Exploration Is Expanding

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The media and representatives at 2022’s U.N. Climate Change Conference (COP27) claimed that various nations of Africa, often suffering from extreme weather, are desperate for climate change initiatives like de-carbonizing by banning fossil fuel...

Thanks, Center Square, For Reporting on the Effects of High Fossil Fuel Prices on...

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The Center Square reports that a recent study is predicting food prices will remain high into 2023. The Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute’s Senior Research Associate Ben Brown told The Center Square that...

No, Politico Europe, Vladimir Putin Is Not Making Europe “Green”

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As war continues in Ukraine, Politico Europe names Russian President Vladimir Putin as their number one leader in the green energy movement. As Climate Realism has previously discussed (here, here, and here, for instance)...

Biden Energy Policies Cost $100 BILLION a year, Reports Just the News

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The news website Just the News, published a story written by Aaron Kleigman, which discusses the high costs imposed on the U.S. economy by policies imposed by President Joe Biden to limit the production, delivery,...