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Global Warming | Xi Jinping | Energy Prices

November 12, 2021EdgeTheory

Narrative intelligence: Global Warming, Xi Jinping and Energy Prices

Global Warming Narrative →

KEY INSIGHTS from the US Media Matrix

  • Leaders from nearly every country in the world have converged upon Glasgow, Scotland, for COP26, the United Nations Climate Change Conference. The conference, delayed by a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, was designed as the check-in for progress countries are making after entering the Paris Agreement
  • Thousands of people took to the streets of Glasgow, Scotland on Friday to call for more action on climate change. Protesters said they have been disappointed with the promises made at the COP26 United Nations climate change conference. Many of them have grown up personally experiencing the dangerous effects of climate change, they said
  • Governor Carney released Delawares Climate Action Plan, outlining a roadmap for the state to prepare for climate change in the years to come. Cutting climate warming emissions must begin at the pollution source. Methane refineries keep the factory farm industry solvent, and biogas provides a lifeline to fossil fuel infrastructure

The Global Warming narrative has been amplified by 293 media sources of U.S. Media Matrix across 862 unique narratives in the last 7 days. The most active trends associated with the Global Warming narrative are climate changeglobal warminggreenhouse gas, and carbon dioxide.

US MEDIA: Xi Jinping →

KEY INSIGHTS from US Media

  • China built three times as many coal plants as all other nations combined in 2020. Average daily dispatch of coal reached 11.66 million tons, an increase of more than 1.2 million tons from the end of September
  • The Chinese Communist Party's sixth plenum is holding a four-day closed-door meeting in Beijing. The conclave is widely expected to pave the way for a historic third term for Chinese President Xi Jinping. It is the last meeting before the 2022 party congress, China's most important political event
  • A virtual meeting planned between U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping will be held as soon as next week. The two sides said they had reached an agreement in principle to hold the virtual meeting before year-end. Sources told Reuters last month that Washington was aiming for a video conference call in November

The Xi Jinping narrative has been amplified by 49 media sources of United States Media across 117 unique narratives in the last 3 days. New York Times is the leading amplifier of this narrative. The most active trends associated with the Xi Jinping narrative are mr. xixi jinpingclimate change, and communist party.

US CONGRESS: Energy Prices →

KEY INSIGHTS from US Congress

  • The Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) Price Index has risen to 4.4% over the year, the highest level seen all year. Senator Rick Scott has been urging President Biden to stop his unconstitutional vaccine mandates which are causing families to make an impossible choice: comply to keep their job, quit, or be fired
  • Core PCE, which excludes food and energy prices, last month rose 3.6% year over year. Analysts were expecting core prices to rise 3.7% annually and 0.2% month over month. Overall, the personal consumption expenditures price index rose 4.4%
  • The Biden administration breathed new life into the global initiative earlier this year. It secured the support of the G7 countries in June, paving the way for a preliminary deal in July. The agreed-to measure would tax large multinational companies at a minimum rate of 15%

The Energy Prices narrative has been amplified by 67 members of US Congress across 53 unique narratives in the last 14 days. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is the leading amplifier of this narrative. The most active trends associated with the Energy Prices narrative are natural gassen. rickenergy prices, and president biden.

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