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Obama Might Indulge In Green Tokenism, Then Again……

Green NGOs are excited over the possibility that Obama might hold a summit on Climate Change at the White House

Green NGOs are excited over the possibility that Obama might hold a summit on Climate Change at the White House

Climate Change, Global Warming, whatever the ever changing scam is called today, it hardly figured in the US Presidential Election last year, though once re-elected Obama did mention Climate Change is his victory speech.

The mere mention of Climate Change by Obama has got the Greens all excited, dressed up and with nowhere to go, in the eyes on many environmentalists Obama failed his first Green test when he signed a law that prohibits US airlines from taking part in the now shelved EU Green flying tax.

At this stage of the disintegration of the Church of Climatology, drowning environmentalists with non rising sea levels are indulging in a fest of straw grabbing: Read the rest of this entry

WOW! Sales Of Electric Cars In Britain Might Double In 2013

The Electric car in 1907 had a maximum range of 100 miles, in 2012 the maximum range of an electric car is 100 miles

The Electric car in 1907 had a maximum range of 100 miles, in 2012 the maximum range of an electric car is 100 miles

The Electric Car is yet another example of the absurd Green tokenism that will never work, an artificial market created by Governments, heavily dependent upon tax payer subsidy like all Green ideas, thus far  all attempts to create a global market for electric cars have failed.

Britain in common with many countries in the world, has more charging points than there are Electric Vehicles (EV) on the road, the few EVs sold in Britain in the last year have been sold to rich city dwellers who can afford the cost of an EV, normally around £30000. Anyone who buys an EV gets £5000 back in tax payer funded Green subsidy, which as the House of Commons Transport Select Committee has warned results in ordinary tax payers subsidising the rich, so they can be Green and fluffy.

Despite the problems of cost, range anxiety and the length of time it takes for a recharge, sales of EVs in Britain are expected to double in 2013, according to website nextgreencar.com: Read the rest of this entry