Tag: White House

The Tyranny of Low Climate Expectations

There’s a troubling pattern in coverage of the White House’s new emissions target, formally announced Thursday morning as part of an international climate summit. On its face, the Biden administration’s pledge to cut emissions to 50 to 52 percent of 2005 levels by 2030 would seem to herald a groundbreaking shift in climate policy in the United States: After four years in the wilderness under Donald Trump, the U.S.

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Call the Fossil Fuel Industry’s Net-Zero Bluff

This week marked a kind of coming out party for the Biden-era fossil fuel industry. At CERAWeek, the industry’s annual energy conference, its top brass talked about how eagerly they’re participating in an energy transition that will allegedly happen at some point, eventually. The American Petroleum Institute—the trade lobby for the oil and gas industry—expressed its Read original

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Will a Hard-Left Turn Lead to Pushback?

President Joe Biden delivers remarks on climate change prior to signing executive orders at the White House, January 27, 2021. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)

Biden is advancing radical policies that most Americans do not support.

The corruption of the Renaissance Church prompted the Reformation, which in turn sparked a Counter-Reformation of reformist, and more zealous, Catholics.

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