Archives for November 2013

ICLEI Press Release: 414 Cities Report Raft of Inspiring Climate Actions

Look­ing for inspi­ra­tion when tack­ling cli­mate change? Take a look at what Cities do…. Cities and towns of diverse sizes and eco­nom­ic stand­ings are reg­is­ter­ing more cli­mate com­mit­ments, actions and per­for­mance – and are gen­er­al­ly more ambi­tious than their nation­al gov­ern­ments. In its Novem­ber 2013 report, the car­bonn Cities Cli­mate Reg­istry (cCCR) announced that 414 […]

Trans-Pacific Partnership, Agenda 21 and Redistribution of Wealth via EO and Cap & Trade

Yet anoth­er grand deci­sion by this admin­is­tra­tion, in which the Unit­ed States Con­gress has had no say, is the Trans-Pacif­ic Part­ner­ship. Their goal is to con­clude talks by the end of this year. To be clear, this is not about help­ing busi­ness and indus­try in this coun­try.  As with every­thing this admin­is­tra­tion has done it […]

Aussie Prime Minister: Carbon Tax is Not About the Environment

Australia’s new­ly elect­ed prime min­is­ter pulled no punch­es when giv­ing his thoughts on the country’s car­bon tax, which he says must be abol­ished as quick­ly as pos­si­ble. “The car­bon tax is bad for the econ­o­my and it doesn’t do any good for the envi­ron­ment,” Abbott told The Wash­ing­ton Post. “Despite a car­bon tax of $37 […]