WUWT: Greenpeace Gangsters Slam Silicon Valley Helping Oil Companies

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Dr. Willey Soon; Looks like someone in Greenpeace was paying attention, when disgruntled Amazon workers were fired for demanding Amazon ditch big oil cloud computing clients. Oil in the Cloud How Tech Companies are Helping Big Oil Profit from Climate Destruction Published: 05-19-2020 Executive Summary As the oil and gas…… Read More WUWT: Greenpeace Gangsters Slam Silicon Valley Helping Oil Companies

YouTube Censors Epidemiologist For Condeming Lockdown Orders

YouTube has taken down a video by epidemiologist Knut Wittkowski where he denounced strict lockdown orders. Wittkowski is no quack, he is the former head of biostatistics, epidemiology and research design at Rockefeller University. In his viral video, Wittkowski made the case that the only thing that stops respiratory diseases, like COVID-19, is herd immunity.… Read More YouTube Censors Epidemiologist For Condeming Lockdown Orders

Dem Lawmaker Gets Pushback After Asking YouTube To Stop Spreading Climate Skepticism

By Chris White The Daily Caller Democratic Florida Rep. Kathy Castor is getting pushback from climate skeptics after she asked Google on Monday to nix content on YouTube that takes a skeptical approach to United Nations’ climate models. Castor asked CEO Sundar Pichai in a Jan. 27 letter not to incentivize “climate misinformation content on… Read More Dem Lawmaker Gets Pushback After Asking YouTube To Stop Spreading Climate Skepticism

Green Racism

Environmentalists’ loathing of the masses is most destructive in the developing world. Ugandan climate activist Vanessa Nakate has accused the media of racism after she was cropped out of a photograph circulated by the AP news agency. The original photo shows Nakate alongside other young climate activists, including Greta Thunberg, at the World Economic Forum… Read More Green Racism

Shopping ethically adds almost £500 to annual shopping bill, research finds

By Mike Wright, 12, January 2020, The Telegraph Shopping ethically and sustainably can add almost £500 to your annual shopping bill, analysis has revealed as eco-campaigners warn cheaper products often come at a greater environmental cost. Research looking at the ‘shopping basket’ of goods used to work out inflation found that it costs on average… Read More Shopping ethically adds almost £500 to annual shopping bill, research finds