Former COP26 chief says there is ‘question mark’ over event taking place

She said: “The reason for Cop to happen is a series of negotiations which have to happen in 198 directions, and they are not as focused as people would expect…

Wind Energy in Scotland

Guest post by David Redfern, aka HotScot I was invited by Charles the Moderator to write an essay with the emphasis on Scottish wind derived electricity. I’m not a scientist,…

Britain’s Warm, But Unremarkable Summer

Guest essay by Paul Homewood For those of us living in the UK, the glorious summer has been much in the news. We seem to have spent half of it…

UK Rainfall 2012-The Report The Met Office Should Have Produced

Guest post by Paul Homewood According to the Met Office,  UK has just had the second wettest year on record, just behind 2000. These claims, however, are based on records…

Newsbytes: Anti-Green Rollback Begins in UK

From Dr. Benny Peiser at The GWPF The UK government wants nuclear power to be given parity with renewables in Europe, in a move that would significantly boost atomic energy…

Windsplode in Scotland – plus some turbines can't handle 50mph

I wonder what the incident frequency is for wind turbine fires versus say coal, hydro, or nuclear plants? From STV Scotland:

CEO: "The market for carbon capture and storage is dead"

The Norwegian company Aker Clean Carbon may be closed. Its value is set to zero. The market for carbon capture and storage is dead according to their CEO. Guest Post…

UK's coldest December (so far) in 100 years, brush fires in Israel

Roads closed, no petrol? How will Phil Jones get to work? – Anthony Now the Army moves in to clear away snow in coldest December for 100 years as fuel…