South Australia Demolishes their Last Coal Power Station

Guest essay by Eric Worrall While Federal politicians bicker, South Australia, the world’s renewable crash test dummy, has wasted no time demolishing their last viable coal power station, to lock…

Reporting bias and the “increase” in weather events in the US

Guest essay by Alberto Z. Comendador In a recent article I discussed the apparent increase in tornadoes in the US since systematic reporting began, in the early 50s. I showed…

Money to burn: As the wealthy get wealthier, carbon emissions grow in US states

Boston College study the first to link income inequality and growth in carbon emissions at the state level Chestnut Hill, Mass. (4/6/2017) – Across the U.S., state-level carbon emissions are…

Catastrophic Meltdown of Canadian Ice…

Cores! Guest post by David Middleton A precious collection of ice cores from the Canadian Arctic has suffered a catastrophic meltdown. A freezer failure at a cold storage facility in…

The Resurgence of the American Coal Industry, Part Deux: An Unexpected Ally

Coal’s Unexpected Ally: Natural Gas Guest post by David Middleton I concluded my previous coal post, The Resurgence of the American Coal Industry, with the following: The U.S. coal industry is…

UK To ‘Scale Down’ Climate Change For Post-Brexit Deals

The Sunday Times, 9 April 2017 Tim Shipman, Political editor Government papers reveal plan to tone down stance on environment in bid to win deals with Latin America and Africa…