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UK PM Criticises Extinction Rebellion: “hemp-smelling bivouacs”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sharply attacked Extinction Rebellion in a speech at a London book launch. Boris Johnson attacks climate change protesters blocking streetsPrime minister urges ‘unco-operative crusties’ to abandon ‘hemp-smelling bivouacs’ Camilla Hodgson in London … The UK prime minister’s comments, made on Monday evening, came hours…

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USGS: Marcellus/Utica Natural Gas Resource Has Nearly Doubled Since 2012

Guest cheer leading by David Middleton USGS Estimates 214 trillion Cubic Feet of Natural Gas in Appalachian Basin Formations Release Date: OCTOBER 3, 2019 The Marcellus Shale and Point Pleasant-Utica Shale formations of the Appalachian Basin contain an estimated mean of 214 trillion cubic feet of undiscovered, technically recoverable continuous resources of natural gas, according…

#ExxonKnew – Something Wicked This Way Comes

There’s a trial about to start on Oct 21st in Manhattan, and this promises to be a big deal. It’s the group of state AG’s that have been ganging up on Exxon-Mobil in that “ExxonKnew” litigation. Attorney Chris Horner has been following this, and digging up all sorts of FOIA docs on the issue and…

New Scientist: UK University Academics Marching with Extinction Rebellion

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Climate scientists are fed up with nobody taking them seriously. UK scientists join the Extinction Rebellion climate change protests ENVIRONMENT 7 October 2019By  Lilian Anekwe … Charlie Gardner, a conservation scientist at the University of Kent, says he joined the organisation because he felt that his professional responsibility extended beyond “just studying…