by NICK POPE via wattsupwiththat.com
While the climate movement achieved some victories this year, 2023 may ultimately be remembered mostly as a year of key failures and setbacks for environmentalist organizations and their favored policies promulgated by the Biden administration.
The past 12 months saw the collapse of several major offshore wind projects, signs of trouble in the electric vehicle (EV) market, layoffs at major environmentalist groups, a failed pressure campaign to kill a major energy project and more. Environmental activists and green industrial interests largely assumed that the election of President Joe Biden would stand as a boon for their various prerogatives, but this year’s results were not stellar for those interests despite that initial enthusiasm.
Biden Admin Doubles Down On Climate Cooperation With China As Xi’s Economy Goes On Coal Binge https://t.co/NxYSoYMg3v
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) November 16, 2023