Carbon Change — Conversation with Dennis McConaghy

Summary Season 2, Episode 8 – Conversation with Dennis McConaghy Carbon Change: Canada on the Brink of Decarbonization Joining me to discuss his new book Carbon Change: Canada on the Brink of Decarbonization is Dennis McConaghy. Dennis has had an extensive career in the petroleum industry, as an engineer and executive with TransCanada Pipelines (NowContinue reading “Carbon Change — Conversation with Dennis McConaghy”

Carbon Change — Conversation with Dennis McConaghy

Summary Season 2, Episode 8 – Conversation with Dennis McConaghy Carbon Change: Canada on the Brink of Decarbonization Joining me to discuss his new book Carbon Change: Canada on the Brink of Decarbonization is Dennis McConaghy. Dennis has had an extensive career in the petroleum industry, as an engineer and executive with TransCanada Pipelines (NowContinue reading “Carbon Change — Conversation with Dennis McConaghy”

Net-Zero and Renewable Realities, Conversation with Francis Menton the Manhattan Contrarian

Summary Season 2, Episode 7 – Conversation with Francis Menton Net-Zero and Renewable Realities Joining me to discuss the western world’s net-zero frenzy and the hard realities of renewable energy is Francis Menton. Francis received a math degree from Yale, and a J.D. law degree from Harvard. He is a retired lawyer and was aContinue reading “Net-Zero and Renewable Realities, Conversation with Francis Menton the Manhattan Contrarian”

A Nemeth Report Special — Designed to Kill the Fossil Fuel Industry: The IFRS Global Baseline ESG Standards

Summary Welcome to a Nemeth Report special. Canada is about to sign onto new emissions reporting standards that are designed to kill the fossil fuel industry. The International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation (IFRS) has developed a new global baseline sustainability and climate related financial disclosure Standard, and Canada has committed to supporting this new Standard.Continue reading “A Nemeth Report Special — Designed to Kill the Fossil Fuel Industry: The IFRS Global Baseline ESG Standards”

Season 2 Episode 5 – Conversation with Bruce Pardy- – Digital ID, Net-Zero, and the Slide to a Social Credit System

Summary Season 2 Episode 5 – Conversation with Bruce Pardy Digital ID, Net-Zero, and the Slide to a Social Credit System  Joining me to discuss Canada’s slow-motion slide towards a managerial surveillance state and social credit system is Professor Bruce Pardy. Bruce Pardy is executive director of Rights Probe (https://www.rightsprobe.org/) and professor of law atContinue reading “Season 2 Episode 5 – Conversation with Bruce Pardy- – Digital ID, Net-Zero, and the Slide to a Social Credit System”

Season 2 Episode 4 – Conversation with Kris Sims — Carbon Taxes and the Looming Catastrophe of Energy Poverty

Summary Season 2 Episode 4 – Conversation with Kris Sims Carbon Taxes and the Looming Catastrophe of Energy Poverty In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Kris Sims, the BC Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. Joining me today to discuss the carbon tax and the growing energy poverty of Canadians is Kris Simms,Continue reading “Season 2 Episode 4 – Conversation with Kris Sims — Carbon Taxes and the Looming Catastrophe of Energy Poverty”

Season 2 Episode 3 — ENGO Protest & Violence: Is it getting worse? Conversation with Stewart Muir

Summary Season 2 Episode 3 – Protest & Violence: Is it getting worse? Conversation with Stewart Muir Shedding Light on Environmental Activism and Violence in British Columbia, Canada. In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Stewart Muir founder of Resource Works on the ongoing and escalating environmental activism and violence against resource development projectsContinue reading “Season 2 Episode 3 — ENGO Protest & Violence: Is it getting worse? Conversation with Stewart Muir”

Season 2 Episode 2 – Dissecting the Great Reset – Conversation with Michael Rectenwald

Summary Season 2 Episode 2 – Conversation with Michael Rectenwald Dissecting the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Dr. Michael Rectenwald on the nature and implications of Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum’s The Great Reset. Michael is the Chief Academic Officer and co-founder of American Scholars,Continue reading “Season 2 Episode 2 – Dissecting the Great Reset – Conversation with Michael Rectenwald”

Season 2 Episode 1 – China’s Ambitions and Western Net-Zero Policies- Conversation with Patricia Adams

Summary Season 2 Episode 1 – Conversation with Patricia Adams China’s Ambitions and Western Net-Zero Policies In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Patricia Adams on China’s global ambitions, how it’s related to the climate movement, and the push for a net-zero transition. Patricia Adams is an Economist and Executive Director of Probe International,Continue reading “Season 2 Episode 1 – China’s Ambitions and Western Net-Zero Policies- Conversation with Patricia Adams”