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Police: Man Arrested When Missing Student Found Naked, Covered in Coal

Law enforcement arrested a man connected to the disappearance of the Snow College student named Madelyn Allen in Utah. The 19-year-old had been missing since Monday and was last seen exiting her college dorm room in Sanpete County’s Ephraim at approximately 9:22 p.m., the Salt Lake Tribune reported Sunday. Officials said they located Allen Saturday in…

China Begins Walking Back Promises to Reduce Pollution in the 2030s

Communist China frequently placates climate activists by promising to cut pollution in the 2030s and strive for “carbon neutrality” by 2060. The South China Morning Post (SCMP) on Monday quoted senior Chinese officials already walking back those promises, recasting them as vague aspirations that might have to be put on hold until Beijing achieves its…

South Africa Joins Growing List of Countries Ignoring U.N. Climate Demands

South Africa on Monday declined to sign a commitment to end financing for coal production within 30 years, joining a growing list of countries that are refusing some of the United Nations’ most burdensome climate change demands – a list headed by the world’s worst polluter and largest burner of coal, China. The pledge advanced…

Study: World’s Worst Polluter China Polluting Even More Post-Pandemic

An international organization called the Global Carbon Project published a report on Thursday that found China’s carbon emissions are projected to rise by four percent this year. The group said China’s emissions even rose during 2020, when pandemic lockdowns reduced carbon emissions from industry and travel around the world, leaving China’s carbon output 5.5 percent…

Coal Mines Making Comeback as Biden and Company Head to Climate Change Summit

Next week President Joe Biden and 13 members of his cabinet will fly to Glasgow, Scotland, to attend the United Nation’s climate summit where he and other world leaders will vie to make the greatest commitments to fight so-called climate change. The trip comes as domestic crises continue and the coal industry that Barack Obama…

Report: UN Official Will Press for Regulating Used Car Market to Advance Electric Vehicles

As the United Nations climate change summit nears, the priorities of globalists and environmental activists are being made public, including the effort to enforce what transportation people are allowed to sell and use. When world leaders gather in Glasgow they will be transported in electric vehicles as virtue signaling opposition to fossil fuel-powered vehicles, which…

China Mocks Biden’s ‘Absurd’ Attempt to Make Nice with John Kerry Climate Visit

China’s state-run Global Times did not think much of U.S. “climate envoy” John Kerry’s visit to Tianjin in a Thursday editorial, blasting Kerry’s climate-change talks as an ineffectual effort to mend fences without giving China the apologies and restitution it deserves for various alleged American offenses. The Global Times said it was “quite absurd” for…

‘Get Us A Fair Contract’: Hundreds Of Alabama Coal Miners Protest Outside BlackRock Headquarters...

Hundreds of Alabama coal miners traveled by bus to New York City to demonstrate outside the headquarters of multinational investment management firm BlackRock, it was reported Wednesday. The protest was organized by the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA), involving their union members from Alabama’s Warrior Met Coal who have been on strike against the…

Report: China’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Exceed All Other Developed Nations Combined

The Rhodium Group, a climate research organization based in New York, reported Thursday that China’s greenhouse gas emissions now exceed the entire rest of the developed world combined. According to the Rhodium report, China passed this threshold in 2019, the most recent year for which comprehensive data could be assembled. The group compiles data on the six…

China Built Three Times as Much Coal Power in 2020 as the Rest of...

A joint report released Wednesday by the U.S.-based Global Energy Monitor (GEM) and Helsinki-based Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) found China built over three times as much coal-fired electrical power capacity in 2020 as the rest of the world combined. As Voice of America News (VOA) delicately observed, this tremendous surge…

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