- Feb 24, 2020
- 2 min
Coronavirus has cut China's CO2 emissions by a quarter
Coronovirus might be bad for humans, but the plague is also proving to be very bad for climate change. The Coronavirus has managed to seriously limit China's CO2 pollution, by far the biggest in the world and which accounts one third of global CO2 emissions, by cutting China's carbon dioxide emissions by about 100 million metric tons. Just to put this in perspective, 100 million metric tons of CO2 is what developed European countries like Portugal, Lithuania, Hungary and C
- Feb 18, 2020
- 3 min
No, Jeff Bezos isn't 'donating' $10 billion to 'fight climate change'.
The media has been reporting that Jeff Bezos has announced that he'll 'donate $10 Billion to fight climate change'. The only problem with this is that he's not "donating" anything. If Bezos truly wanted to donate money to "stop climate change" he could have just donated the money to the UN's "The Green Climate Fund" or any other number of well established green funds who were specifically set up just to fight climate change. What Bezos is actually doing is setting up a tax
- Feb 12, 2020
- 2 min
Sorry Greta, but Trump's America leads the world in reducing CO2 emissions
Despite Trump's anti climate change stands, in reality the United States is leading the world in reducing carbon emissions. Much have been talked about and written about Trump regarding his climate change denial and about the US pulling out from the Paris agreements. However, a shocking new report and statistics released by the International Energy Agency (IEA) show that the country that led the world in 2019 in reducing energy-related CO2 emissions on a per-country basis w
- Feb 4, 2020
- 3 min
'Americans' didn't 'murder 100 million Native Americans', diseases did.
A popular meme or 'argument' that is hugely popular on social media goes like this : 'Americans slaughtered 100 million native Americans.' For starters, it's nonsense to claim that there were 100 million native Americans living in north America. Up to 18 million native Americans were living in North America around the 17th century. On the whole, It is estimated that the population of Native people in BOTH South and North America was anything between tens of millions to over