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Here Come the Climate Protectionists

by The Editorial Board
The Wall Street Journal

“This is an admission that the European Union’s emissions-trading scheme (ETS) is bad for the economy. European companies are less competitive because they have to pay for their emissions and foreign companies don’t. Environmentalists say the ETS encourages companies to send production offshore to avoid the ETS, which greens call “carbon leakage” and most people would call common sense. The CBAM is intended to level the playing field, at least within the European market,” according to The Wall Street Journal.

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California’s Power Jam

by The Editorial Board
The Wall Street Journal

“President Biden wants to spend tens of billions of dollars on transmission lines to transport renewable electricity across states, which he says will improve grid reliability. His climate model of California is showing the limits and risks of this strategy,” according to The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board.

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Why The Green Transition Can’t Happen Without Natural Gas

by Ariel Cohen
Forbes

“Just as natural gas has competed with coal as the prime fuel for electricity in the last decades, renewables are putting pressure on the blue, clean-burning source of energy. The competition is fierce and will likely get worse. Yet, it is still too early to discount gas. This was the message at the 36th  International Gas Congress in Croatia, where I spoke on Joe Biden’s plan to stop drilling on federal lands,” according to Forbes.

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Biden’s Monkeywrencher

by Kimberly A. Strassel
The Wall Street Journal

“Presidents are generally entitled to personnel picks. An exception might be a nominee who ran with eco-terrorists—who collaborated with Earth First! saboteurs, known for spiking trees to halt timber sales, and who misled senators about the nature of her involvement,” according to The Wall Street Journal.

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North Dakota sues Biden team for canceling oil and gas lease sales

by Abby Smith
Washington Examiner

“The leasing pause has caused headaches for the Biden administration. Last month, a federal judge blocked the policy, siding with 13 Republican state attorneys general to force the Biden administration to end its pause and proceed with offering new leases to drill on federal lands and offshore waters,” according to the Washington Examiner.

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Maine prohibiting offshore wind projects in state waters

by Celine Castronuovo
The Hill

“New offshore wind projects will be prohibited from Maine state waters reserved for recreation and fishing under a new measure signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Janet Mills (D).  The bill was prompted by concerns from members of the commercial fishing industry on how they will be impacted by the state’s investment in research and construction of offshore wind farms.   According to the governor’s office, up to 75 percent of Maine’s commercial lobster harvesting occurs in state waters,” according to The Hill.

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A Tale of Two States: A Warning About Joe Biden’s Power Plan

by Larry Behrens
Real Clear Energy

“With President Biden pressing on with attacks against America’s oil and natural gas workers to push his environmental agenda, it’s past time to shed a little light on the failure he’s promoting. He may claim that his proposal to produce 80% of America’s electricity through non-carbon sources is a bold new idea, it’s actually a green failure that he’s trying to recycle…and we’ve got the receipts from two states to prove it,” according to Real Clear Energy.

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Biden EPA’s web of conflicts with climate groups forces ethics waiver for one official

by John Solomon
Just the News

“The reason? The other political appointees in the EPA office of general counsel (OGC) already have conflicts of interests that forced recusals, leaving the agency without someone to provide legal advice to the administration, according to new government memos unearthed by the citizen watchdog group Protect the Public’s Trust,” say Just the News.

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Why We Must Celebrate America’s Natural Gas Boom

by David Callahan
Real Clear Energy

“Energy security has been a national priority for generations, and was brought to the forefront of policy discussions during the energy crises of the 1970s. Two years ago, thanks to the continued success of shale development, America achieved that elusive national security goal when the U.S. became a net energy exporter for the first time since the mid-1950s,” according to Real Clear Energy.

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Keystone XL pipeline company announces $15 billion lawsuit against Biden

by Lawrence Richard
Washington Examiner

“‘TC Energy will be seeking to recover more than $15 billion in damages that it has suffered as a result of the U.S. Government’s breach of its NAFTA obligations,’ the firm announced in a press release July 2, following the administration’s decision to nix the pipeline in January,” according to the Washington Examiner.

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To Stop Climate Change Americans Must Cut Energy Use by 90 Percent, Live in 640 Square Feet, and Fly Only Once Every 3 Years, Says Study

by Ron Bailey
Reason

“Researchers admit there are absolutely no current examples of low-energy societies providing a decent living standard for their citizens,” according to Reason.

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Radical resetters publish plan to wreck America and the free world

by Craig Rucker
CFACT

“Americans must slash our energy use 87% and abandon limited government and our free economy if we are to live ‘sustainably’ and meet the goals of the Paris Climate Accord.  That is according to a peer-reviewed study by five lead authors published June 29th in the journal Global Environmental Change,” according to CFACT.

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