Richard Muller: Why every serious environmentalist should favour fracking

This opinion should create quite a stir amongst enviros. – Anthony Air pollution is a far more pressing problem – particularly for emerging economies such as China and India – than the challenges posed by greenhouse warming. A deadly pollution known as PM2.5 is currently killing over three million people each year, primarily in the…

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Another skeptical university professor fired – related to CARB’s PM2.5 air pollution regulation scandal

There’s more ugliness like what went on recently with Oregon State University. This professor exposed corruption within the California University system that had ties to the California Air Resources Board’s botched PM2.5 rules. As we’ve seen recently, this PM2.5 regulatory action is so vile that the EPA does unannounced human experimentation. From WND: What’s academia’s…

‘Cap and Trade’ fails for lack of incentives

Well, duh. From the DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory New research suggests cap and trade programs do not provide sufficient incentives for innovation Cap and trade programs to reduce emissions do not inherently provide incentives to induce the private sector to develop innovative technologies to address climate change, according to a new study in the journal…

Another meme bites the dust – jellyfish and global warming

WUWT readers may recall seeing news stories like this one: From the CSIC, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas , it seems like we are just noticing these things more. They find no “conclusive evidences” that point to global increase in jellyfish population. A research challenges the theories on the global increase in jellyfish population An…