How Should Businesses Deal with Climate Activist Staff who Get Arrested?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall What happens when a middle class climate activist with a professional job gets arrested for glueing themselves to a public building? Climate change is firing up middle-class activism Pilita Clark Employers are having to think about how to deal with staff who set out to be arrested In the past…

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The Deutch Energy Tax

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach [Note: Link to PDF version added at the end] At the suggestion of a commenter on my last post, I’m taking a look at a very destructive and pointless piece of proposed legislation. This is the “Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act“, which is subtitled “The Market-Based Climate Solution”. It’s…

Urban Heat Island Influence Inadequately Considered in Climate Research

Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) deliberately limited climate science to focus on CO2 and temperature. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) directed them only to consider human causes of climate change. They used this to narrow the focus of all variables that create the climate…

China is building coal power again

From China Dialog Feng Hao 28.09.2018 Experts are calling for the government to return to cutting capacity after policy reversal, reports Feng Hao *Updated Sept. 27 CoalSwarm published a report on September 26 warning that 259 gigawatts of coal power capacity – equivalent to the entire coal power fleet of the United States – is…

Climate Change Is Making Sharks Right-Handed

From Live Science By Brandon Specktor, Senior Writer | December 7, 2018 03:43pm ET Australian researchers recently bred Port Jackson sharks in a tank warmed to a temperature likely to occur at the end of the century if climate change continues unabated. These warmer waters made the sharks right-handed. Credit: Shutterstock Australian scientists went snorkeling…