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VIJAY JAYARAJ: US Ally’s Climate Fetish Could Decimate Key Industry For Natives In That Country

Obsessed with the faux climate crisis, the Canadian government in Ottawa seemingly discounts altogether the social and economic benefits of natural gas to First Nations communities of the country’s western region. Approximately 5% of the world’s gas comes from Canada, mainly from the vast Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin underlying several provinces, including British Columbia, Alberta […]

VIJAY JAYARAJ: Africa Doesn’t Need Western Elites’ Meaningless Climate Policies

Africa’s priorities are different from those of Europe or North America. Some of the Dark Continent’s most difficult challenges include poverty, malnutrition, lack of health care and proper education, unemployment, poor transportation infrastructure, and underdeveloped energy, information, and communication technologies. Africans therefore do not have the option of adopting unscientific and unachievable climate policies that […]

VIJAY JAYARAJ: This World Leader Is Calling Out The Western Climate Hypocrites

As the host of the G20 summit on September 9, India stands ready to defend the use of fossil fuels despite some guests’ hostility towards the energy source. The Federal Minister of Electricity delivered a speech at a pre-Summit conference hosted by local media. RK Singh He responded to criticism that his country is a […]

VIJAY JAYARAJ: Bureaucrats Are Killing Agriculture In The Name Of Global Warming

Countries around the world impose exorbitant taxes on agriculture and limit greenhouse gas emissions. Farmers are forced to return to primitive forms of farming and even reduce the number of livestock. These policies face increasing opposition to their negative impact on farmers’ productivity and incomes, raw material costs, and the long-term viability of agricultural enterprises. […]

VIJAY JAYARAJ: The Left’s Climate Imperialism

Last October, US Special Envoy for Climate John Kerry said: was suggested The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has argued that some auctioned oil blocks should be abandoned. But for the people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (some of the world’s poorest), this could mean years of pollution and ill health from […]