315. Energy Crises at Home and Around the Globe
The ITT crew talks about how these policies, intending to fight against climate change, are causing dramatic increases in electricity prices, raising unemployment, food shortages, and ultimately the deaths of many people come winter.
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal is joined by Isaac Orr (Center of the American Experiment) and Jason Hayes (Mackinac Center for Public Policy) for episode #315 of the In The Tank Podcast. From Michigan to California and the United States to Europe, we are seeing energy crises brought on by terrible public policy. The ITT crew talks about how these policies, intending to fight against climate change, are causing dramatic increases in electricity prices, raising unemployment, food shortages, and ultimately the deaths of many people come winter.
ENERGY IN MICHIGAN
The Center Square - Whitmer squares off against Canadian government in pipeline dispute
Crains - Whitmer to Legislature: Time to re-arm MEDC with new 'tools' after losing Ford EV, battery plants
Mackinac Center - Destructive Green Energy Mandates Stifle Growth and Raise Prices
ENERGY IN THE WORLD
NYT - A Scary Energy Winter Is Coming. Don’t Blame the Greens
Washington Times - A woke, green future means soaring energy costs, blackouts, food shortages and more unemployment
Reuters - China energy crunch triggers shutdowns, pleas for more coal
Bloomberg - A German Power Plant Just Ran Out of Coal in Latest Energy Shock
WSJ – Energy Prices in Europe Hit Records After Wind Stops Blowing
WSJ – Europe’s Climate Lesson for America
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