Science & Technology | Climate

Ireland weighs culling 200,000 dairy cows to meet climate goals, but says decision 'not final'

The Environmental Protection Agency reports that Ireland's agriculture sector was responsible for 38% of national Greenhouse Gases emissions in 2021. 

Politics | Ukrraine

Russia's ruble is the strongest currency in the world this year

After its value plunged to less than a U.S. penny, the ruble is now trading 40% higher than before Russia attacked Ukraine. Why?

Politics | Ukrraine

They're Not Laughing Now: Wood-burning Stoves and Firewood in Short Supply in Germany as Citizens Fear Freezing to Death Due to Gas Shortages

In 2018 during his speech to the UN General Assembly President Donald Trump lodged a warning to Germany about their country’s reliance on Russian energy. The German delegation laughed on camera at the remarks. In June Russia announced it will reduce nat

Politics | Ukrraine

In Poland, where coal is king, homeowners queue for days to buy fuel

In Poland's late summer heat, dozens of cars and trucks line up at the Lubelski Wegiel Bogdanka coal mine, as householders fearful of winter shortages wait for days and nights to stock up on heating fuel in queues reminiscent of communist times.

News | The News

France protests and the 'yellow vests’ deep anger reveal the hypocrisy at the heart of the green agenda | Fox News

While the destructive rioting in France should be deplored, the underlying problems that led to this moment should not be ignored.