6.1.2022

India’s “Bad Boys” Reopen 100 Coal Mines as Demand Skyrockets

Vijay Jayaraj – June 1, 2022 Political leaders of developing countries face constant pressure to generate enough electricity for their populations as they are being asked to reduce dependence on fossil fuels. In a bold and rebellious move, India has ordered reopening more than 100 dormant coal mines to meet skyrocketing domestic power demand. The… Continue Reading
1.26.2023

India’s uncompromising commitment to coal

by Vijay Jayaraj This week, the UK scrambled to ready its coal plants as wind turbines froze in extremely cold weather. It is no surprise as coal is one of the most reliable, affordable and abundant energy sources in the world. In fact, coal is still the largest contributor to global power generation. Leaders of… Continue Reading
1.24.2023

Are You Really Against Fossil Fuels? Read this Before You Answer

Copyright free pic: Photo by Callum Shaw on Unsplash By Vijay Jayaraj It is easy for anyone to say that they are against fossil fuels. Opposition to coal, oil and natural gas is fashionable and will prompt heads to nod and even hands to applaud in most places. But are people aware of the extent… Continue Reading
1.23.2023

Here’s Why The World Is Producing More Food

by Vijay Jayaraj Countries all over the world are surpassing previous records for production of food crops. This is good news that stands in stark contrast to the apocalyptic picture that the media paints daily in reports on climate and weather. Because food is fundamental to human survival, even a slight increase in its price… Continue Reading
1.16.2023

Recovery of European Species Contradicts Doomsday Narrative

Featured image: Iberian lynx Worldwide, the evidence is that Earth’s 8 million species are doing well. By Vijay Jayaraj  As a young graduate student, I was thrilled to have my first hands-on experience in conservation on Portugal’s pristine grassland steppe, a paradise for avian life.   It was during this visit that I came to understand… Continue Reading
1.16.2023

Beasts Saved by Conservationist Common Sense, not Climate Lunacy

By Vijay Jayaraj  Two beasts, which are thousands of miles apart, are making a comeback after centuries of overhunting. The iconic American bison and the greater one-horned Indian rhinoceros find themselves among the stories of conservation success in the 21st century.   As is the case of many other mammalian species, overhunting – and not climate… Continue Reading
1.13.2023

‘Greens’ Ignore India’s Lethal Cold Spells

Cold, which is often accompanied by disease, is a bigger killer than heat By Vijay Jayaraj OPINION: It is not uncommon to witness freezing temperatures in winter in Europe and North America. However dangerous the cold can be in higher latitudes, such weather is even more so where people and infrastructure are ill prepared for… Continue Reading
12.30.2022

Media Report Indian Weather to Fit Doomsday Narrative

By Vijay Jayaraj At 39 degrees Fahrenheit, India’s capital of Delhi experienced one of the coldest winter nights this year on December 27. The region is home to 32 million people, with millions of them having no access to heating in their homes. Neighboring states recorded below-freezing temperatures. In contrast, nearly all of metro New… Continue Reading
12.30.2022

Winter’s Risks Increased by Irrational Energy Policies

By Vijay Jayaraj Spare a thought for millions who will be living through an uncertain winter due to unaffordable heating prices. The situation is worse this year because of the energy crisis in Europe, where fuel is scarce and expensive. In the U.S., a bomb cyclone that suddenly chilled much of the country sent power… Continue Reading
12.20.2022

Don’t Let “Green” Grinch Absurdities Steal Christmas

By Vijay Jayaraj The dictionary definition of grinch is a grumpy person who spoils the pleasure of others. For millennials like me who watched a lot of Hollywood movies, the Grinch is a funky-looking green creature who kills Christmas joy. Now we have the environmentally “green” grinches – climate activists and politicians among them –… Continue Reading
12.14.2022

Wind and Solar Playing Spoilsport in South Asian Energy Haven

by Vijay Jayaraj Tamil Nadu, India’s southernmost state, is regarded by some as the renewable energy capital of India. It’s also getting to be known for expensive electricity. The presence of highly windy regions makes the state an ideal place for wind farms. But despite the year 2022 being one the best for wind generation,… Continue Reading
12.14.2022

Elevated Living Standards Contradict Climate Doomsayers

by Vijay Jayaraj Climate protestors destroying artworks and gluing themselves to roads without offering a shred of evidence for their alarm exhibit a malicious stupidity that is blind to the actual state of the world. Why do these activists not hold up placards with graphs, histograms, and Venn diagrams? Because actual data show that life… Continue Reading
12.12.2022

“Goofy” Celebrities Blind to Cold and Snow

by Vijay Jayaraj Hollywood actor Rainn Wilson, famous for his role in of one of my favorite sitcoms, “The Office,” has changed his Instagram profile name to ‘Rainnfall heat wave extreme winter Wilson,’ in what he calls a move to make people more aware of the dangers of climate change. He could have used instead… Continue Reading
12.9.2022

UK’s Arctic Blast and Australia’s Cold Spring Contradict Climate Narrative

by Vijay Jayaraj The mainstream media (MSM) wants the world to believe that climate change has turned us into rotisserie chickens. However, real-world temperatures are not warming to dangerous levels, nor are they going to. Australia’s ABC news, for example, tells its readers that the “influence of climate change ensures nearly every season is now… Continue Reading
12.2.2022

Green Energy Cabal Blind to Africa’s Medical Horror Show

By Vijay Jayaraj When the political elite call for Africa and other developing nations to adopt absurd green energy objectives, consider that they already have blood on their hands. Those discouraging the use of fossil fuels in Africa in favor of wind and solar have played a direct role in high morbidity and mortality rates… Continue Reading
11.28.2022

Worldwide Record Cold Challenges Climate Rhetoric and Risks Lives by Complacency  

By Vijay Jayaraj  I live in Bengaluru in southern India. This month, the city recorded the coldest temperature in 10 years for the month of November. So has been the case in my country’s capital New Delhi where extreme winters have become a norm in recent years.   A small percentage of India’s 1.3 billion population… Continue Reading
11.17.2022

Celebrating War as Climate Win Makes Red True Color of “Greens”

By Vijay Jayaraj There is widespread concern about the human tragedy in Ukraine. How could there not be? Yet, among us are people who are sufficiently heartless and opportunistic to celebrate the bloodshed as a victory for the “green” movement. A cabal of political leaders and media houses are now dancing on the graves of… Continue Reading
11.16.2022

Unrealistic Net Zero Policies Cost Families Dearly

By Vijay Jayaraj We’ve read a lot about how the Ukraine conflict has increased the price of energy in the international market. However, the root of the ongoing energy crisis is unrealistic policies based on unscientific conclusions about climate, often drafted in plush European offices. For years, energy markets across the globe were able to… Continue Reading
11.8.2022

COP27: A Meaningless Ritual for China and India

by Vijay Jayaraj Last week, Greta Thunberg called the COP27 climate meeting a “scam” that provides a platform for “greenwashing, lying, and cheating.” The teenage climate activist is probably right – for a change. Many European countries that pledged at past meetings to move away from coal, oil, and natural gas have been unable to… Continue Reading
10.31.2022

Life-Giving CO2 Should Be Valued, Not Demonized

by Vijay Jayaraj Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are killing our planet. People must reduce their carbon footprint. Both are popular claims that draw approving nods from some. However, neither is true. CO2 is an elixir of life, supporting plants for hundreds of millions of years and making virtually all life on Earth possible. Plants rely on… Continue Reading
10.28.2022

The Myth About Global Warming Killing Off Ocean Life

By Vijay Jayaraj Europeans are getting ready for what is expected to be a tough winter, with some likely to be choosing between paying heating bills or having food on their plates. The major drivers of this dismal energy situation are so-called green policies that weakened the energy sector by replacing significant amounts of dependable… Continue Reading
10.26.2022

The world is transitioning to fossil fuels

Global coal demand will reach a historic high in 2022 by Vijay Jayaraj Despite the fanfare surrounding wind and solar, the world’s dependency on fossil fuels is increasing. Last week, Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser said that the world is now “transitioning to coal.” Saad al-Kaabi, Qatar‘s energy minister, says: “Many countries particularly in Europe which had been… Continue Reading
10.18.2022

Vietnam’s U-Turn on Coal Reflects Energy Reality

by Vijay Jayaraj Ever since signing the Paris climate agreement, Vietnam has shown interest in reducing its dependency on fossil fuels, introducing in recent years a slew of measures to cut consumption. However, in what is considered to be a major U-turn, Vietnam’s government announced last month that it will increase coal imports for the… Continue Reading
10.13.2022

BBC Polar Bear Propaganda Melts Under Analysis

by Vijay Jayaraj A recently released BBC documentary, Frozen Planet II, renews claims that polar bears are destined to doom due to melting Arctic sea ice and calls for “immediate action.” “David Attenborough returns with another epic exploration of the world’s frozen regions…you’re weirdly sad that a polar bear can’t hunt seals because of the melting… Continue Reading
10.5.2022

Nord Stream Blasts Point to Coal and Oil as European Solution

by Vijay Jayaraj The apparent sabotage of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines designed to carry Russian natural gas to western Europe is but the latest blow to the energy security of millions of the continent’s citizens. Europeans already were facing a cold winter as a result of “green energy” polices that denied them… Continue Reading
9.30.2022

Colonialism Reappears in Africa with a Woke New Spin

by Vijay Jayaraj Many people read history to understand colonialism — how it looked and felt. However, for those in the Third World colonialism is a living experience, courtesy restrictive energy policies forced upon them by Western political leaders. This modern form of enslavement — to the West’s so-called green agenda — is variously known… Continue Reading

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