Vast Lake of Molten Carbonate Discovered Under the Continental USA

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Scientists have just discovered a 1.8 million square kilometre lake semi-molten carbonate (CO2) compounds under our feet – but still think the contribution of volcanoes to the annual CO2 emission budget is insignificant compared to human emissions. Scientists uncover huge reservoir of melting carbon under Western United States February 13,…

“Energy Storage Set To Boom In 2017″… Yawn.

Guest post by David Middleton Real Clear Energy is always good for a daily laugh… The problem with today’s power grid isn’t the lack of electricity but rather the lack of it at certain times. The United States has progressively moved towards adding renewable energy to the grid but solar and wind power are rather…

USGS records small Earthquakes near #OrovilleDam

Two small Earthquakes were recorded near Lake Oroville in the last 24 hrs, which appear to be a result of the fast lake level changes, and the subsequent release of pressure from water weight. Note the two yellow dots on the USGS map below: Source of map, here JD Elam notes on Facebook: The predicted…

Claim: Same Sex Marriage The Model for Climate Action

Guest essay by Eric Worrall David Hochschild, environmental commissioner on the California Energy Commission, thinks climate activists should learn lessons from the same sex marriage movement, about how to convince the public to take action on climate change. How Gay Marriage Suggests A Strategy For Climate Change Jeff McMahon, CONTRIBUTOR I cover green technology, energy…