The World Bank’s Impractical Electric Car Claptrap

If the World Bank and British government follow through on their plan to ban the combustion engine, they may well have riots on their hands.

Geology from 50 Light-Years: Webb Gets Ready to Study Rocky Worlds

Another intriguing possibility, however, is that 55 Cancri e is not tidally locked. Instead, it may be like Mercury, rotating three times for every two orbits (what’s known as a…

Kentucky AG Legal Opinion: ESG Investing is a Breach of an Asset Manager’s Fiduciary Duty

While asset owners may pursue a social purpose or “sacrifice some performance on their investments to achieve an ESG goal,”25 investment managers entrusted to make financial investments for Kentucky’s public…

Just how crazy are these people?

Exclusive: Oil and gas majors are planning scores of vast projects that threaten to shatter the 1.5C climate goal.

Claim: President Biden “Aiming to Destroy a … Climate Lawsuit”

A lawsuit to make climate action a constitutional right; A team of young plaintiffs including James Hansen’s granddaughter is shocked that Biden is opposing their effort to make climate action…

Watch Western Sanctions on Russia Boomerang: A Global Energy and Food Crisis in The Making

After weeks of contradictory advice from Brussels, the EU just gave its assent to payment for Russian gas in roubles by its members.

Eat the Bugs Peasant: Part XXXXXX

German Researchers Find Fine Particle Emissions from Barbecues May Endanger Public Health

What Energy Price Spike? Aussie Greens Call for Coal Ban

As Australia grapples with a savage energy price spike, Australian Greens have chosen now to push for the cancellation of coal projects.

Toward Customizable Timber, Grown in a Lab

Researchers show they can control the properties of lab-grown plant material, which could enable the production of wood products with little waste.

The Green Agenda’s Role in Global Inflation–Ben Pile

The rise in energy prices the world has seen were not the result of an unforeseeable supply crisis, but engineered by those charged with managing the economy.

Climate Change Reveals Unique Artefacts in Melting Ice Patches

In recent years, hundreds of such discoveries have been made in ice patches, revealing traces of hunting, trapping, traffic, animals and plant life – small, frozen moments of the past.

COP27 Sharm El-Sheikh to Open Early

Egyptian COP27 organisers have successfully convinced the UN to start COP27 a day early, to allow delegates additional time to build momentum for a new climate agreement.

Scientists Develop Method for Seasonal Prediction of Wildfires in the US West

Winter and spring climate explains a large portion of interannual variability and trend in western U.S. summer fire burned area

Major Aussie Energy Retailer Collapses

Surging wholesale gas prices have claimed a major scalp, catapulting our new climate activist federal government into their first energy supply crisis.

President Biden – High Gasoline Prices are an “Incredible Transition”

Includes video; We’re all used to President Biden’s hilarious gaffs, Biden accidentally saying the quiet part out loud, but this one takes the peach.

The Big 5 Natural Causes of Climate Change: part 4 Landscape Changes

Although most landscape changes are caused by humans, the intent here is show how landscape changes largely account for the land’s temperature trends that have been incorrectly blamed on rising…

Australia Becoming Unlivable–BBC

This may come as news to the Aussies!

NOAA Predicts Above-Normal 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Ongoing La Niña, above-average Atlantic temperatures set the stage for busy season ahead

Participate in the SurfaceStations Project – Version 2

UPDATE: UPDATE 5/24 I am contacting people individually by email now to get photos and I have updated the list of stations in the body of the post to show…

Bullshit in the Sustainability and Transitions Literature: A Provocation

The most problematic archetypes may be master thesis madness and activist rants, which both typically include major quality issues.

Weekly Climate and Energy New Roundup #505

I belong to those theoreticians who know by direct observation what it means to make a measurement. Methinks it were better if there were more of them. – Erwin Schrödinger:…

Claim: “Climate Doomism” Sweeping the Climate Activist Community

Climate activists appear to be losing control of the narrative, as their followers reach the very logical conclusion that nobody is going to do anything substantial to avert their imaginary…

Skydiving Salamanders Live in World’s Tallest Trees

The aerial dexterity of the so-called wandering salamander (Aneides vagrans) was revealed by high-speed video footage taken in a wind tunnel at the University of California, Berkeley, where the salamanders…

The Solar Storm That Nearly Sparked A Nuclear Confrontation

On May 23rd, 1967, a solar storm took place that was so powerful, it jammed radar and radio communications in polar regions and the US Air Force actually began to…