Billions of taxpayer dollars earmarked by wealthy nations to “fight climate change” are being spent without oversight or explanation, according to a Reuters report, with some even spent on actual “climate change”. In 2015, 38 developed countries signed the Paris Agreement in which they pledged $100 billion annually to poorer countries to not only “fight climate change”

A report published Wednesday by a collection of environmental groups and think tanks shattered “climate change” assertions propagated by mainstream media, who they explained are paid to make such claims. The Associated Press, for one, says the report, accepts donations specifically for climate coverage. The newswire also admitted earlier this year to accepting $8 million

A startup company named Make Sunsets says it has released sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere to fight global warming, according to MIT Technology Review. The sulfur particles were likely released through specialized balloons which were calculated to burst under atmospheric pressure, though the balloons were not monitored to track their progress. The practice of geoengineering, or manipulating Earth’s natural

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In what some are calling the first climate lockdown, the Oxfordshire County Council decided last week to divide the city of Oxford into “15-minute neighborhoods” by restricting Oxford residents from driving beyond their own community centers. The new system will involve six “traffic filters”—busy stretches of road that filter one neighborhood into another. From 7

California Governor Gavin Newsom last month approved legislation that will ban single-use plastic pre-checkout bags in 2025 as an “environmentally friendly” measure. SB-1046 builds on existing law which prohibits stores from offering single-use plastic bags at checkout. “This bill would additionally prohibit, on and after January 1, 2025, a store, as defined, from providing a

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A United Nations official last month boasted that the organization has partnered with Google to feed the public its “climate change” narrative. UN Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications Melissa Fleming made the remarks during a panel on “Tackling Disinformation” at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Sustainable Development Impact Meetings.  “We partnered with Google,” said Fleming, adding,

California recently made headlines after regulators announced a ban on all gas cars by 2035. Joe Biden’s administration will end all gas vehicle purchases in the coming years. Representatives from the US Department of Transportation declare fuel-powered engines are a threat to public health. As such, American-based automotive manufacturers that do not comply with strict

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The New York Times recently published a rather disturbing headline stating the time for cannibalism is now. While such a declaration certainly raises eyebrows, it’s far from an isolated incident. For decades this taboo topic has insidiously inched from the shadows to the forefront of society. Soylent Green, the 1973 horror film, portrays a dystopian