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Germany to Miss Climate Targets Because of Anti-Nuclear Bias

Reducing greenhouse gases is difficult when you close zero-emissions power plants.

Europe’s Wood Burning “Disastrous” for the Environment

So much for that “green” energy source.

Mainstream Greens Are Failing Our Warming World

As we set new temperature records, our response to climate change is flailing.

“Green” Germany Needs Brown Coal for Another Two Decades

By snubbing nuclear power, Berlin has consigned itself to decades of coal dependence.

Germans Will Pay Even More for Green Power Next Year

Germany’s green energy surcharge is expected to rise by 8 percent next year.

As India Swelters, US Pushes for HFC Ban

The coming ban on hydrofluorocarbons will mean a hotter, poorer life for many Indians.

Germany’s Energiewende Sticks It to the Poor

German lawmakers want to keep exempting heavy industry from green power surcharges, but what about German households?

Scientists Scorn Greenpeace’s Deadly GMO Scare Tactics

A group of 107 Nobel laureates just called out Greenpeace for its Luddite and borderline barbaric opposition to a lifesaving GMO.

Proof the Keystone Debate Was Pointless

Canada’s oil sands production is set to grow more than 40 percent, despite the abandonment of the Keystone XL pipeline.

How Do You Fight Green Dogma?

Just one week after a WSJ report saying that it was coming around to nuclear power, the Sierra Club issued a sharp repudiation.

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Turbine Trouble

Trump thinks wind turbines are ugly. What does this mean for the future of American offshore wind power?

Asia's Game of Thrones

After the Chinese abruptly canceled a trade summit, the Philippine President is now walking back his Foreign Secretary’s harsh criticism of China.

Technology and Africa

A moment of bitter irony in the midst of Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis highlights the promises and limits of technology.

Bromance Interrupted

The love of Putin’s Russia is a precious gift that costs a lot and can be taken away at a moment’s notice—as soon as the beloved doesn’t fit the Kremlin’s selfish interests any longer.

Higher Education Watch

How the government might restrict the flow of subsidies to selective American universities whose priorities aren’t necessarily in line with the public’s.

My Big Fat Greek Bailout

Europeans hoping that the U.S. might lean on the IMF for friendlier Greek bailout terms may be out of luck.

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