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New Coal and Gas Plants For Africa & India

July 19, 2016

By Paul Homewood 










Paris anyone?

  1. July 19, 2016 9:39 am

    Cheap, reliable, environmentally friendly fossil fuel is the ticket tor energy in the third world.

    And the 30% of global coal reserves located in the US need a good home since they won’t let us burn it here.

    We should thank the Chinese for not letting our coal reserves go to waste.

  2. roger permalink
    July 19, 2016 9:42 am
    The president of the Philippines succinctly and without reservation, consigns the Paris agreement to the dustbin of history, hereinafter to be known as the CAGW tipping point.
    That must surely be the end for the scam.

  3. A C Osborn permalink
    July 19, 2016 11:29 am

    More and more people are waking up to the true costs, including human ones, to the AGW target of reducing CO2.
    Even California.

  4. July 19, 2016 11:41 am

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth over at the UN World Bank (who suspended coal-funding to 3rd-world countries like Africa) and weeping in the halls of the climate crisis industry, as some of the 1.3 billion people who have NO electricity, at all, finally get to see the light!

    Thankfully for the climate zealot brigade, there are plenty more carbon spewing Paris climate gabfests inked in to preach climate salvation.

  5. iananthonyharris permalink
    July 19, 2016 12:29 pm

    We have been well and truly conned and bullied by climate change so-called science (changed from global warming since it is n’t happening) into the most expensive and useless renewables, and signed up to carbon reduction targets which will leave most of us cooking over open fires and lighting with candles if they are fully observed. Fortunately, our new government seems to be getting the message, and I hope Labour’s climate change act will be overturned, in the face of gnashing and screaming from the greenies and many of our MPs for whom it has taken the place of religion. Our emissions are 1% of the world’s total-and for that we are crucifying ourselves and our industries whilst the rest of the world, notably China and India, ignore ‘climate-change’ completely.

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