Contents Pages by Subject

Climate Change

Article Image, By Elizabeth Nickson

Despite turning this back this spring, South Dakota continues to be under attack by a freshly born green corporation, Summit Carbon Solutions, funded by China's Belt and Road initiative, and you, through the Green New Deal provisions buried in the

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By Allen Mendenhall and Daniel Sutter

From obscure academic topic to major campaign issue, ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) investing has erupted onto the political scene. Projections indicate ESG fund assets will balloon from around $20 trillion in 2022 to a staggering $40 tr

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Nobel Prize–winning economist Esther Duflo thinks rich countries should pay poor countries $500 billion in compensation each year for climate-change damages.

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It is always a bit funny to think that billionaire industrialists who built their fortunes by tearing apart the Earth to extract its resources are now magically somehow devoted environmentalists determined to save the world from the horrors of the li

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By Richard M. Reinsch II

A unification of forces has produced the array of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) policies that have fervently emerged across Europe and in America in the past two decades.

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Unlimited Hangout

In this episode, Whitney and Mark Goodwin discuss their recent article on GREEN+ and its efforts to impose a carbon market on Latin America through satellite surveillance and opaque contractual agreements as well as attempts to obfuscate a shift to t