11.20.2021

India and China Set Aside Differences to Resist Carbon Imperialism

By Vijay Jayaraj – CO2 Coalition Research Associate India and China have come together to resist the common enemy of carbon imperialism despite a sour relationship that has included a deadly border skirmish. At the COP26 climate meeting in Glasgow, leaders from the developed West were hellbent on imposing on developing nations harsher measures to… Continue Reading
11.16.2021

The facts: reporters exploit normal weather to fan climate fear

By Vijay Jayaraj – CO2 Coalition Research Associate Exaggeration of weather events to sell climate crisis is not something new. In the case of a Sky News account of flooding in one Indian city, my own observations — backed up by independent data — are absolutely contrary to the news report. Chennai — my home… Continue Reading
11.7.2021

India’s COP-26 promise of Net Zero by 2070 overshadowed by coal use

By Vijay Jayaraj On COP26’s first day, India’s Prime Minister Modi announced that the world’s second largest coal consumer would become Net Zero by 2070 — a commitment that means almost nothing given realities of the subcontinent’s dependence on fossil fuels to meet the energy needs of 1.3 billion people. Though Modi’s efforts were praised… Continue Reading
11.2.2021

COP26 at odds with leaders of nearly 40% of world’s people, likely to fail

COP26 — the upcoming global gala gathering of climate elite — appears headed for a grand failure as key countries making up nearly 40% of the world’s population either spurn the meeting outright or act on the realities of their own circumstances. India has demanded from developed countries $100 billion a year in aid to… Continue Reading
10.22.2021

“They need to breed less”: the darkness of climate zealotry

By Vijay Jayaraj In this age of green craze, the most likely response to legitimate concerns about the lack of access to energy for the world’s poor is advocacy for so-called renewable technologies such as wind turbines and solar panels. As embarrassing as that suggestion should be to the advocate of such unreliable and impractical… Continue Reading

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