China Holds First-Ever Carbon-Neutral Olympics

by Lyn Neeley, published on Workers World, February 14, 2022 This year’s Beijing Winter Olympics is the first in history to be carbon-neutral. This includes renewable energy in all game venues, introducing new low-carbon technologies and using transportation fueled by hydrogen, natural gas and electricity. China completed the Zhangbei power grid station in time for the Olympics. That’s the world’s[…]

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China, Political Victim of Hypocritical Olympic Boycott

‘Anglosphere’ seems intent on recreating a cold war by Ken Stone, published as an OpEd in The Hamilton Spectator, December 24, 2021 Read the article and in most areas you can just substitute ‘United States’ for ‘Canada’.  Where you can’t, the inference is that Canada is following and implementing United States policies.  Sad for them.  Sadder for us. [jb] Canada’s[…]

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North and South Discuss Olympic Cooperation | U.S. Considers “Limited Strike” on N Korea

from Zoom In Korea On January 9, high-level officials from North and South Korea met to discuss the North’s participation in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea in February. The inter-Korean meeting was held in the village of Panmunjom at the border of the divided Korean Peninsula. On January 1, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un expressed hope for[…]

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