Green Schism: Guardian Contributor Accuses Greenpeace of Misleading about Nuclear Power

Guest essay by Eric Worrall If Greens want to decarbonise the economy to prevent climate change, why are they so opposed to nuclear power? A small but growing number of greens are also asking this question. Some of them accuse their fellow travellers of misleading the public. Climate change is an energy problem, so let’s…

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"No evidence" is a useful scientific finding

Guest essay by Michel de Rougemont Heretic? You’re welcome! Hysteric? Please cool down! We hear that global warming is highly dependent on the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, this gas that is required to sustain life on Earth and that is also emitted when burning flammable stuff, such as wood, coal, mineral and…

Debunking Inside Climate's "5 Shades of Climate Denial"

Guest post by David Middleton Whether dismissing global warming as a hoax, questioning humanity’s role in it, exaggerating the unknowns, playing down the urgency of action, or playing up the costs, President Donald Trump and his team have served up every flavor of climate denial. Although the arguments varied—as if they were different shades or…