California’s San Bernardino County slams the brakes on big solar projects

From The LA Times By Sammy Roth Feb 28, 2019 | 4:35 PM A view of a smaller-scale commercial solar project in Lucerne Valley, Calif., seen on Feb. 25, 2019.…

Fish Tale Part Deux: “Warming oceans are hurting seafood supply—and things are getting worse”

Guest sequel by David Middleton This is sort of a sequel to Eric Worrall’s post from yesterday. From the American Association for the Advancement of Science of America… Warming oceans…

Why Renewables Can’t Save the Planet

Michael Shellenberger has an article up on Quillette Excerpts. In 2002, shortly after I turned 30, I decided I wanted to dedicate myself to addressing climate change. I was worried…

Amid the dimmest Sun since 1978 – a month without sunspots

The sun today is cue-ball blank, a perfect unmarred sphere: The sun has just passed an entire calendar month with no sunspots. The last time this happened, in August 2008,…

Spanking the Public Mind: Professional Associations’ Position Statements

Guest Opinion by Kip Hansen   The internet information pipe is gushing out information faster than most people can handle.  It is increasingly difficult to sort and strain that information…

Singapore’s highly successful economic evolution in an era of irrational global climate alarmism propaganda

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin Singapore is an independent city/state republic located on the coast of the Straights of Singapore between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea at…

Irish climate plans fall short of urgent action needed

From Green News (.ie) Greens and the EU are fretting that Ireland just doesn’t do enough. The Commission’s 2019 Country Report for Ireland states that we are “falling further behind”…

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