China’s central government approves hundreds of new coal mining projects and expansions to existing mines after its coal output reached a record high last year.
“It is very clear to me that climate change has become a war weapon for the CCP. Their goal is to supplant Western governments while continuing to grow their economic and military […]
The Chinese Communist Party knows that if they don’t keep the lights on, they’re in danger of being toppled. They need fossil fuels to appease a hungry nation and they will happily […]
Whatever climate promises the Chinese Communist Party might make, it cannot and will not be able to give up fossil fuels. Yet, the CCP will continue to push the US and others […]
“China’s Energy Dream,” a new report by Probe International’s Patricia Adams and The Global Warming Policy Foundation, shows how heavily Xi’s dream depends on fossil fuels. Carbon dioxide reductions only make sense […]
NEW REPORT: Energy security is vital to the longevity of the Chinese Communist Party and that means fossil fuels. The pursuit of CO2 reductions does not serve the goal of preserving Communist […]
China is hell-bent on increasing CO2 emissions to meet its often-stated strategic objective of world domination. Probe International’s Patricia Adams gets behind the charade on China’s climate change dance with the West.
China has a good reason for pushing compliance with the Paris agreement — they don’t have to make any emissions cuts. The Daily Caller quotes Probe International’s Patricia Adams for this report on China’s new “leader” stance in the fight against global warming.
Does China see the Trump presidency as a chance to position itself as a world leader in fighting climate change? The Guardian looks at China’s green edge and its troubles at home to make renewables work.
Despite substantially increasing their renewable energy sources, those sources are “still a tiny fraction” of China’s energy mix, says Probe International’s Patricia Adams in this interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Beijing played the Paris climate agreement for money and kudos. But no country that ratified the agreement was in it to win the war on global warming, says Patricia Adams, executive director of Probe International, in this radio interview with the Australian current affairs program, Counterpoint.
Cutting CO2 emissions and economic growth are incompatible. The Chinese know it, whatever they said and signed in Paris. This article for the South African Independent Newspapers group highlights the recent Probe International study “The Truth about China” by Patricia Adams.
China’s leaders, we are told, are leading us to planetary carbon salvation. For a reality check, consult a new report by Patricia Adams, the executive director of Probe International. Tom Switzer for the Sydney Morning Herald.
So far, all the pledges from all the countries put together would scarcely budge the needle on the great big global thermostat. This opinion piece for the Globe and Mail quotes Probe International’s new study on China’s climate policy and energy needs.
China’s Communist party won’t curb the country’s CO2 emissions – doing so could lead to their overthrow.