Ross Clark: The National Grid is falling apart thanks to Net Zero

We’re left with demand management to keep the lights on – rewarding the rich at the expense of the poor, and all using taxpayer funds

Does the Oil Industry Have a Future? (Part I)

Not only has the anti-oil and gas position become more radicalized, but the actions of the international political leadership are flagrantly supporting energy generated by wind and solar.

Hyping Maximum Daily Temperatures (Part 2)

if the instrument change has created a non-equivalence in the record, then no reliability can be placed on any claims by the Bureau

The Copper Conundrum

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach There’s been a lot of talk lately about how the scarcity of “rare-earth” minerals like lithium and cobalt will short-circuit the “green revolution”. In that…

Can We Make Flying “Green”?

What can we do to reduce the carbon footprint of air travel?

Record Agricultural Yields Should Allay Climate Fear

In fact, globally, there has been a steady increase in yields of wheat as measured in tons per hectare, with some of the highest being in China.

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