Category Archives: Economics

Corporations deceive investors by making clearly false statements about the effect of their actions on climate changes

“On September 19, 2019, Amazon.com, Inc. issued a press release entitled, “Amazon Co-founds The Climate Pledge, Setting Goal to Meet the Paris Agreement 10 Years Early.”2 This announcement is false and misleading in a number of ways.” click here

Free money subsidies for renewable energy are unsustainable, ineffective and must come to an end

“After billions of dollars of “gifts” to the renewables industry, and a doubling of the wholesale electricity price, wind and solar power are still so inefficient and uneconomic that investors can’t make a profit without getting more free money.” click here

Fires declining globally because of economic growth

“And against the picture painted by celebrities and the mainstream media that fires around the world are caused by economic growth, the truth is the opposite: the amount of land being burned is declining thanks to development, including urbanization.” click here

Corporations make false and misleading claims about the effectiveness of their own actions to address global climate change

“The two pillars of the federal securities laws and regulations are the full disclosure and anti- fraud provisions. Registrants now routinely make false and/or misleading statements about their own actions with respect to global climate change. The Commission should issue guidance so that registrants stop making false and/or misleading climate-related statements and disclosures.” click here

Wind turbines lower property values

“The value of a house one kilometer away from a wind turbine drops by an average of a good 7 percent. For the study, RWI evaluated almost 3 million sales offers on the Immoscout24 online portal.” click here

Nothing new under the sun; Carbon tax proposals simply repeat failed policies of the past

“It estimates the tax would bring in $12 billion in revenue, which would then be distributed in part as a rebate to low income families. A portion also would be used to invest in clean energy. The bill aims to reduce U.S. carbon emissions 55 percent by 2030 and achieve net zero emissions by 2050.” click here

Renewable energies must stand on their own economically to succeed….without government subsidies

“Look ma, no subsidies! If nuclear power was subsidized like solar & wind… we might have already replaced coal with natural gas and nuclear power.” click here