6.8.2023

“Green” Energy Threatens South Korea’s Economy

Ranked 12th in per capita energy consumption in 2021, South Korea uses more than three times the global average. The country’s industrial sector accounts for 40 percent of total energy consumption. Particularly energy-intensive are large industrial cities such as Ulsan and Gwangyang, which is home to what claims to be the world’s largest steel manufacturing… Continue Reading
5.15.2023

Media Ignore Delhi’s Coldest May Since 1901

By Vijay Jayaraj On May 4, India’s capital of New Delhi recorded the third coldest May morning since 1901. At 16 degree Celsius (60 Fahrenheit), the region’s 32 million residents woke up to a relatively cold morning in what is usually the hottest month of the year. So why is there a record low temperature… Continue Reading
5.15.2023

Cyclone Mocha: Don’t Fall for the Climate Bait

By Vijay Jayaraj On May 14, Cyclone Mocha made landfall near Myanmar and Bangladesh. It was not surprising to see many mainstream media blame climate change for it. The pattern has now become common. Every time there is a major cyclonic event, the media fan fear of climate change and argue that human-induced emissions of… Continue Reading
5.15.2023

Climate Craze Contributes to Loss of Inuit Freedom

by Vijay Jayaraj Polar bear populations remain healthy in the Arctic irrespective of the once popular images of bears somehow suffering from a warming planet. Nevertheless, native people’s freedoms are being restricted by impractical government policies inspired by an irrational adherence to a doomsday vision. Canada is home to approximately two-thirds of the global polar… Continue Reading
5.4.2023

Billions of Indians use Coal to Cope with Heat Waves

by Vijay Jayaraj India’s unconstrained use of coal for electricity generation is helping 1.4 billion people adapt to intense heat waves that registered 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) on thermometers. However, I’ve not seen a single story from the mainstream media highlighting why coal is essential to the comfort – and even survival – of… Continue Reading
5.2.2023

Technology and an Optimal Climate Are Feeding the World

By Vijay Jayaraj Reports from the mainstream media that climate change will lead to food shortages – along with all manner of other calamities – have it exactly backward. The changing climate of the last couple centuries or so is in fact a big reason why the world is fed better than ever. Warming temperature… Continue Reading
4.27.2023

Nuclear Energy is a Game Changer, But Not For Climate Reasons!

By Vijay Jayaraj Nuclear energy offers humanity the safest, most efficient approach to harnessing natural resources for its use. As the densest energy source available, nuclear fuel requires the least amount of material and land for electricity production. This is sufficient reason to support the technology. Yet, some promote it as a means to address… Continue Reading
4.25.2023

Solar and Wind are Insulting Non-Solutions for Energy-Poor Africans

by Vijay Jayaraj More than half the population of sub-Saharan Africa lives without reliable electricity, hindering the region’s development and economic growth. Even basic services in hospitals are a rarity due to insufficient power supplies. Offers of off-grid wind and solar energy as a solution demonstrate a lack of both a long-term vision and a proper understanding… Continue Reading
4.4.2023

ESG Tentacles Could Strangle Growth in ASEAN Countries

By Vijay Jayaraj It is well known that green enthusiasts in government and big business are seeking to divert financing away from the use of fossil fuels in the U.S. and other developed countries. However, the draconian pressures of this movement are now being applied in Vietnam and other members of the Association of Southeast… Continue Reading
3.9.2023

Bureaucrats Are Killing Agriculture In The Name Of Global Warming

By Vijay Jayaraj Countries around the world are imposing on agriculture outlandish taxes and restrictions on emissions of greenhouse gases.  Farmers are being forced to return to primitive forms of agriculture and even to reduce the numbers of their livestock. These policies have been met with growing opposition over their negative effects on the productivity… Continue Reading
2.4.2023

The Left’s Climate Imperialism

Last October, the U.S. climate envoy John Kerry suggested that the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) should abandon some oil blocks that it had put up for auction. However, for the people of the DRC — some of the poorest in the world — this could mean more years of pollution and ill-health from dirty cooking fuels… Continue Reading
2.2.2023

Industry-Intensive Vietnam to Increase Fossil Fuel Consumption

By Vijay Jayaraj Vietnam of the 21st century is completely different from the war-ravaged country of the last century. An industrial hub, Vietnam now is a major exporter of finished goods and has cities that are thriving with economic activities. The major reason for the economic transformation is the country’s energy sector. However, this is… 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

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