Undocumented migrants pouring into Europe.

Al Jazeera: Open Borders will Force Climate Action by Punishing the West with Refugees

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to Al Jazeera author Jason Hickel, the West is dragging its feet on climate action because national borders shield us from the consequences of our selfish climate sins. To stop climate change, we need to open borders By tearing down the walls that separate the causes and consequences of…

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Citing Mann's legal case against Steyn, Jacobsen throws in the towel on defamation case

Via the Volokh Conspiracy: Jacobson Dismisses Defamation Lawsuit Against Other Scientists After an initial hearing, Stanford’s Mark Jacobson thinks better of pursuing a scientific disagreement in court. Jonathan H. Adler Jonathan H. Adler Last fall, Stanford professor Mark Z. Jacobson sued several researchers and the National Academy of Sciences over the publication of a paper critical of…

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Spanish Energy Boss: Interest Rate Rises will Trigger Renewable Business Collapses

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Willie Soon – the President of Spanish Energy Giant Iberdrola has suggested interest rate rises will wipe out large numbers of highly leveraged “unskilled” renewables businesses. Iberdrola chief says global renewable sector facing Enron-style endgame 02/22/2018 By Diarmaid Williams International Digital Editor The chief executive of Spanish utility Iberdrola,…

New heated airport runway concept may sharply bias 'global warming' signal in the global climate monitoring network

Recent winter-weather related airport delays have become something that airport managers and airline executive want to solve. This story from NBC’s today show back in January 2018 highlights the issue and a potential solution: Could heated airport runways melt away your winter travel headaches? There have been thousands of flight delays and cancellations due to…

The Price Of Eco-Madness: California's Oil Production Collapse

From the “everything is leaving California these days” department. The collapse of the oil industry in California, once our second-most-important producing state, is a very sad thing to see. The U.S. shale oil revolution has completely passed the state by. Although domestic crude oil production has reached heights not seen since the early-1970s, and will…