• We’re Doomed! The Errant Message From Peak-Oil Documentaries

    • Date: 30/08/15
    • Paul Dvorak, Windpower

    Pull up YouTube.com, search on “peak oil documentary,” and you’ll find dozens of apocalyptic videos detailing an impending world crisis that is certain to befall us any day now. The crisis is the downside of peak oil. This is a period that defines when the world’s oil fields have provided the maximum monthly rate, leaving […]

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  • Renewables Sector Left Reeling After Government’s Latest Subsidy Cull

    • Date: 27/08/15
    • Green Click

    The UK renewable energy industry has reacted with shock and anger at the latest attack by the Conservative Government to slash subsidy support through the Feed-in Tariff scheme. Scottish Renewables described how the removal of support for some wind projects and a reduction of up to 86% for solar would “severely curtail” development.Cuts to the […]

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  • The Ever-Changing Story Of Flip-Flop Stern

    • Date: 27/08/15
    • Andrew Montford, Bishop Hill

    Lord Stern has mounted his high horse, ready to slay the dragon of opposition to anything he deems a good idea at the time. The problem is that Lord Stern’s views seem fluid to say the least. Back in 2009 he was telling the world that rich nations would have to forgo growth in order to stop […]

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  • Green Waste

    • Date: 25/08/15
    • John Seiler, City Journal

    Tom Steyer’s $1 billion “green-jobs” initiative is a bust. California’s initiative process has sometimes been a boon to taxpayers—think Proposition 13, which checked the uncontrolled growth of property taxes. On other occasions, however, it has yielded some mighty boondoggles. Chief among these are the “boutique initiatives” advanced by celebrities and Silicon Valley billionaires to make themselves […]

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  • Cost Of Global Warming Wildly Exaggerated

    • Date: 21/08/15
    • Andrew Montford, Bishop Hill

    Enthusiasts for a carbon tax tend to lick their lips at the sheer size of the numbers that have been conjured up out of the economic models. They see a door opening to massive economic changes, with societal change on the horizon too. Today the door has been pushed back somewhat, with a new paper […]

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  • US Administration Green Lights Arctic Race For Massive Oil And Gas Deposits

    • Date: 18/08/15
    • The American Interest

    It looks like we’re off to the races in the Arctic. Yesterday afternoon America’s offshore regulator (the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, or BSEE) approved a permit for Royal Dutch Shell to drill in the Arctic, off the coast of Alaska. A rig has already been drilling at the site for the past three […]

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  • Another Climate Scare Up In Smoke

    • Date: 18/08/15
    • Sebastian Lüning and Fritz Vahrenholt, NoTricksZone

    Marine algae with a key role in supporting life on Earth may be better equipped to deal with climate change than expected, research shows. Five years ago Greenpeace painted climate doom and gloom on the wall. Supposedly ocean acidification was posing a threat to the phytoplankton and thuswas a danger to the food supply for all sea life. In […]

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  • The New King Coal: George Soros

    • Date: 17/08/15
    • Steve Milloy, Breitbart

    I predicted in this column last week that the left wasn’t going to kill off the coal industry so much as it was going to steal it. That prediction is already becoming true courtesy of billionaire George Soros. U.S. Securities and Exchange Act filings indicate that Soros has purchased an initial 1 million shares of Peabody Energy and 553,200 […]

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