To tackle a global structural problem like global warming, we need to achieve lasting changes in the behaviour of people and businesses in all major countries of the world. At the same time, we need to ensure that fewer and fewer fossil fuels are extracted and burned. Both, the change of behaviour and the foreseeable end of the extraction of oil, coal and gas, however, fit together wonderfully.
Climate Home News: Four countries have declared climate emergencies, yet give billions to fossil fuels
The UK, France, Canada and Ireland have all formally recognised a climate crisis. But analysis shows they give $27.5bn annually in support for coal, oil and gas Read here
Ashleigh Subramanian-Montgomery – Even the Treasury Department admits sanctions don’t work
Is the U.S. finally recognizing that economic warfare isn’t achieving its foreign policy objectives, anywhere? Read HERE
Eurostat: Third quarter of 2022 EU current account deficit grows to €90.2 bn
In the third quarter of 2022, the EU seasonally adjusted current account of the balance of payments recorded a deficit of €90.2 billion (–2.3% of GDP), down from a deficit of €40.3 billion (–1.0% of […]
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