• New Coal Boom In The Middle East

    • Date: 11/05/18
    • U.S. Energy Information Administration

    Countries in and around the Middle East will add 41 gigawatts (GW) of new coal-fired power plants over the next decade. Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, based on trade press and company press releases Planned coal-fired capacity additions from a number of countries in and around the Middle East will add 41 gigawatts (GW) of new […]

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  • Met Office Deny Scaife’s Claim To Have Briefed Govt About Beast From The East

    • Date: 07/05/18
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    The Met Office’s Adam Scaife’s claim that he forecast the Beast from the East, and warned the government about it, is completely untrue. Readers will recall the claim in The Times in March that the Met Office’s Adam Scaife had alerted ministers about the “Beast from the East” nearly a month before it happened: Britain’s […]

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  • Study Confirms ‘Green’ Hypocrisy

    • Date: 05/05/18
    • John Hinderaker, PowerLine

    In a finding that surprises, probably, no one, a new survey shows that the more a person claims to be concerned about global warming, the less likely he is to behave in environmentally friendly ways: Participants in a year-long study who doubted the scientific consensus on the issue “opposed policy solutions,” but at the same time, they […]

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  • Tesla Is Burning So Much Cash It Could Go Broke By The End Of The Year

    • Date: 01/05/18
    • Bloomberg

    The company that Elon Musk built to usher in the electric-car future might not have enough cash to make it through the calendar year. The anxieties that lurk beneath the tremendous ambition of Tesla Inc. moved into the forefront in recent weeks. The company again fell far short of its own production targets for the mass-market Model […]

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  • Bitcoin’s Growing Demand For Cheap Energy Revives Coal

    • Date: 29/04/18
    • Quartz

    An Australian company has signed a deal to provide energy to a cryptocurrency miner by reopening a coal power plant. In and of itself, it’s a relatively small deal. But it’s a perfect example for a major change spreading through the crypto industry. In January, Chinese cryptocurrency miners—which at the time accounted for more than […]

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  • Risk-Monger: Europe’s Neonic Ban Is A Costly Blunder

    • Date: 29/04/18
    • Risk-Monger

    Today was a sad day for European farmers and consumers as the neonic ban has been extended to all outside agricultural applications. So what will happen next? Well, farmers will first try applying older insecticides, more frequently and more expensively. There will be a great cost to soil and water, let alone bees as foliar […]

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  • Risk-Monger: Europe’s Neonic Ban Will A Costly Blunder

    • Date: 29/04/18
    • Risk-Monger

    This April 27 watershed will keep me busy for the rest of my life showing how the precautionary approach is a policy tool for cowards who don’t think. Today was a sad day for European farmers and consumers as the neonic ban has been extended to all outside agricultural applications. So what will happen next? […]

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  • The Great Earth Day Yawn

    • Date: 24/04/18
    • Steven Hayward, Power Lines

    Wait—yesterday was Earth Day! I must have yawned right through it. Like most Americans, if you go by the surveys showing increasing public indifference toward environmentalism. I used to make a big deal out of Earth Day, pointing out for years that the data in rich countries showed an almost unbroken record of significant environmental […]

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