Green Policy Drama: Political Clash at a Federal News Conference

Guest essay by Eric Worrall High Drama in Australian Green Politics – The Premier of the failed energy state of South Australia has publicly clashed with Federal Energy and Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg at a joint news conference, accusing the Federal minister to his face of being part of the most “anti” South Australian government…

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South Australia – a Renewable State?

Guest essay by Paul Miskelly and Tom Quirk With $90 billion spent on batteries and 4,000 MW of more wind farms, South Australia could be a totally renewable state, at least for electricity. South Australia along with one or two other states has been described by Al Gore as the canary in the coal mine…

Study: why CO2 levels are lower during global cold periods

From CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Deep-sea corals reveal why atmospheric carbon was reduced during colder time periods We know a lot about how carbon dioxide (CO2) levels can drive climate change, but how about the way that climate change can cause fluctuations in CO2 levels? New research from an international team of scientists reveals one of…

Report: Trump Orders Massive UN Budget Cuts

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Breitbart – According to http://foreignpolicy.com, the Trump White House has ordered the State Department to cut at least 50% of US contributions to the United Nations. EXCLUSIVE White House Seeks to Cut Billions in Funding for United Nations U.S. retreat from U.N. could mark a “breakdown of the international…