UEA Philosophy Teacher Rebels Against Publicly Debating Climate “Deniers”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall University of East Anglia Philosophy teacher Rupert Read is outraged that the government funded BBC would invite a climate “denier” to appear on the same…

Death Valley’s “hottest month ever” was likely a product of nearby solar panels and RV’s

The environment around the weather station used to measure the official temperature changed dramatically in the past few years. There’s this headline circulation in the news, thanks to the Associated…

Michael Mann: Will the USA Join the Green Energy Revolution or Fall Behind?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The part I don’t get – why is it important to greens not to “fall behind”? Climate Change Impacts ‘No Longer Subtle,’ Scientist Says ……

Greenie Opinion: “Big Oil’s carbon capture tax credit betrayal”… Mostly betrays the opinion contributor’s ignorance.

Guest commentary by David Middleton Big Oil’s carbon capture tax credit betrayal BY JOHN NOEL, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR — 07/30/18 09:30 AM EDT THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY CONTRIBUTORS ARE THEIR OWN…

Peter Gleick: Severe Climate Change is Inevitable – But Its Still Not Too Late

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Our favourite identity thief Peter Gleick, who stole documents from Heartland while serving as chairman of the AGU ethics committee, has written a deliciously confused…

Scientists identify Earth-like exoplanets

Scientists identify exoplanets where life could develop as it did on Earth Scientists have identified a group of planets outside our solar system where the same chemical conditions that may…

Shocking! Former Obama Interior Secretary Opposes Climate Lawsuits and Exhibits Common Sense on Energy.

Guest bewilderment by David Middleton Interior Secretary Ken “Boot” Salazar in 2010… Tough-Talking Admin Officials Keep ‘Boot on Neck’ of BP By MIKE SORAGHAN of Greenwire Published: May 3, 2010…

Carbon ‘leak’ may have warmed the planet for 11,000 years, encouraging human civilization

How the Southern Ocean may explain Holocene warming The oceans are the planet’s most important depository for atmospheric carbon dioxide on time scales of decades to millenia. But the process…

Claim: Greenhouse gases linked to degrading plastic

Several greenhouse gases are emitted as common plastics degrade in the environment, according to researchers from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology(SOEST). Mass production of plastics…