with Peter Sinclair
Updated: 20 hours 58 min ago
Or at very least, have no effect. Big boogeyman for the wind-bagger set. More on this topic in the vid below, start at 2:33 if pressed. Advertisements
We’ve spent the last dozen years trying to figure out best practice for climate communication.No one has a magic bullet, but young scientists and engineers are finding creative pathways to tell the story in fresh fashion. New York Times: Climate science has struggled mightily with a messaging problem.The well-worn tactic of hitting people over the […]
If you’ve followed the way I learned about climate change, you’ll notice that I point a camera at experts and let them talk. I’ve been collecting interviews from the best experts on wind energy, and how renewables are changing the face of rural America – the local officials who deal with the day-to-day realities of […]
Now that he's read the Mueller report, @justinamash might want to read the IPCC report as well.
Video report above is several weeks old, but conditions have not improved in the soggy midwest, and this week’s forecast is for much, much more rain in already waterlogged areas CNN – May 18: More than 70 million Americans are under the threat of severe weather from Texas to southern Minnesota, CNN meteorologist Haley Brink […]
Worth a read. The underlying assumption one might come away with is that some kind of “ban” has been, or could, limit nuclear development.Fact: the nuclear industry has been all but completely hobbled since the mid-seventies by it’s own ineptitude and out of control costs of new construction. I wish it were not so, but […]
Here in the midwest, spring planting is weeks behind schedule as water logged fields keep farmers from getting to work – and forecast is for yet another period of heavy rains in the offing. You’re not wrong. Heavy rains are coming more frequently. Robert Scribbler blog: According to reports from NOAA, the U.S. just saw its […]
The Nation: Ninety people are gathered along a trench—maybe 20 feet long, five feet deep, and three feet wide—in the Montana prairie. It’s an overcast spring day, with a cool breeze stirring the grass. Children clamber around the edges of the trench while the adults crouch or stand, listening to a woman pacing at the […]
Jerry Taylor is a former climate denier for hire at the Cato Institute.Then he woke up. His short message is above. His story was the subject of one of my videos a year ago.
For those that have been paying attention, the metamorphosis of big, coal- heavy midwest utilities over the last half decade has been head-spinning and jaw-dropping.Example, Michigan’s largest utility has moved from a knuckle and foot-dragging troglodyte among utilities, to a leader in retiring coal plants, and adopting renewables, with a goal of no more coal […]
Still no jetpack or flying car, but all that dystopian shit, yeah, we got that. The graph below is the one that specifically caught my eye. Tom Randall via Twitter: This @exxonmobile chart from 1982 predicted that in 2019 our atmospheric CO2 level would reach about 415 parts per million, raising the global temperature roughly 0.9 degrees […]
20 minutes – if you’re on lunch, or you might want to save for later.
Harness the free market to combat climate change and create jobs. Tim Ryan is a congressman from hard-hit and electorally important Ohio. Gotta say, Bill is getting more annoying in his interruptions of guests who have something important to say. Advertisements