New Green Canadian PM criticises DiCaprio’s “inflammatory rhetoric” about the Oil Industry

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Newly elected Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, speaking at Davos, has strongly criticised Leonardo DiCaprio’s recent pontification about alleged oil industry greed. Justin Trudeau faces off with Leonardo DiCaprio over climate change CANADIAN Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged Leonardo DiCaprio to tone down his “inflammatory rhetoric” on climate change, saying it…

Flooding And Planning: We Don’t Need To Live Near Rivers Anymore

Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball Petula Clark sang, “Don’t sleep in the subway, darling. Don’t stand in the pouring rain.” More helpful advice would urge, “Don’t live in the floodplain, darling. Don’t you know it’s pouring rain?” It’s called a floodplain for a reason. The dangers of flooding mostly involve people living in dangerous places.…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #213

The Week That Was: 2016-01-23 (January 23, 2016) Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project Robert M. Carter, RIP: A splendid fellow and a great friend of scientific integrity passed this week. He inspired and encouraged many scientists to question the unsubstantiated claims that atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations, mainly carbon…

Britain Embracing Electric Cars

Guest essay by Eric Worrall British sales of Electric and Hybrid cars have surged in the last year. But there might be more than green conscience driving the rise in sales. According to GoUltraLow; Last year over 28,000 electric cars were registered across the country. That’s more than the combined totals of electric cars sold…