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New charts from WEF

How about Developing countries beating Developed?

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Lessons from – Oil Rich Alberta’s New Carbon Tax

“You may be aware that the “Texas of Canada”, Alberta, recently had an election, and that the results were roughly equivalent to Bernie Sanders being elected Governor of the Lone Star State.One of the first things the new administration did, … Continue reading

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Sir…Prince Phil, Duke of…only Tony could be so phoney

Just in case you thought noble deeds by Clown Prince Tony couldn’t get even more embarrassing, here’s coverage of Sir Prince Philip Duke etc receiving his knighthood from Lady good Queen Bess, drooled over by Alexander the Downer for Oz. … Continue reading

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Norway leads, Australia goes backwards

Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global, worth $750B, is investing in sustainable enterprise and renewables in developing countries. The government owns and operates most oil and gas industries, with minority of joint ventures, also hydro electric power, clean smelting of aluminium, even … Continue reading

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Climate Week NYC

Against backdrop of President Obama’s renewed climate commitment and imminent publication of the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report, Climate Week NYC 2013 events will present new evidence of the security, leadership and economic opportunities in the Clean Revolution: a catalyst for … Continue reading

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Peak oil is alive and well, and costing the earth

Even notoriously left-leaning columnist George Monbiot has announced: “We were wrong about peak oil”. But he’s wrong about being wrong. >readmore> The Conversation

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