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Donna Rachel Edmunds — Breitbart London — November 17, 2014 Germany’s Vice Chancellor, Sigmar Gabriel, has indicated that the country will abandon its commitment to reducing CO2 emissions by 40 percent by 2020, from a 1990 base level. In doing so he has won the ongoing clash with his own environmental minister Barbara Hendricks over […]

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Germans Fight Against the Wind Turbine Craze

(Thanks to the German site “Gegen Schiessanlage Wünsdorf” for this article.  Translated using Google Translator so my apologies if it’s not word-for-word accurate and hopefully it can be understood. Check out the last two paragraphs and file those under “Lies my German Wind Industry told us” — DQ) Daniel Wetzel — Die Welt — March […]

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Great article out of Germany: In Ontario it’s the cost of a Tim’s. In Germany it’s a scoop of ice cream.

From Spiegel Online, this article has been Google translated, so it may not be 100% accurate.  I’ve tried to adjust the grammar where I could.  You will get the general idea though.  If anyone can do a better translation for me, please let me know and I’ll make the corrections.  Funny how even with the […]

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