Daily Archives: December 6, 2011

Climate Change Policies Put Fuel Poor In Jeopardy

New study of the likely impact of climate change policies on the affordability of energy launched Continue reading

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Oil’s Growing Thirst for Water

It takes about the same amount of water to grow $200,000 worth of corn on the arid land as it does to frack enough wells to generate $2.5 billion worth of oil. Continue reading

Tentacles of Obama’s Green Cronyism Reach beyond the Department of Energy

The US Navy reports that this roughly half a billion dollar investment is the “single largest purchase of biofuel in government history” Continue reading

‘Green’ energy border blockade

Can’t blame countries for taking self-defensive measures against destabilizing power sources Continue reading

Even SciAm admits bio-jet fuel of extremely dubious merit

Alternatives for aviation industry and the military pose issues related to land use, clearing peatland, fertilizer use, costs and more emissions Continue reading

Arnie trying to terminate reliable power supply

Out of Hollywood came Reagan… and Schwarzenegger. Can we give Schwarzenegger back? Continue reading

Space solar scammers looking for a place at the government feeding trough?

Who is placing the seed articles with media outlets? Continue reading

Yet another grab for a global tax

Without bothering to read it this has WWF’s fingerprints all over it – just say “NO!” Continue reading

Is EPA trying to put the lights out?

Regulators are letting EPA compromise U.S. electric reliability. Continue reading

The lie of America’s trivial energy reserves

If Democrats would stop preventing drilling, we could vastly increase our “reserves,” as legally defined, overnight. Continue reading

CFACT drops in to Durban – literally

Doing whatever it takes to get the message out Continue reading

Julian Simon: The Peculiar Theory of Pollution

In this excerpt from The Ultimate Resource 2, brilliant resource economist Julian Simon explains why environmental degradation is not a continuous process. Rather, he demonstrates why prosperity protects the environment. Continue reading

Agenda 21 and the Threat in Your Backyard

Ready to have your standard of living “down adjusted”? Continue reading

Team knew ‘hockey stick’ reconstruction was wrong

I was going to extract some more e-mail references to Mike’s hokey hockey stick reconstruction but a correspondent informs there’s plenty to be found online already Continue reading

Steven Hayward responds to Mann

Bizarrely, Mann keeps trying to defend the indefensible Continue reading

More propaganda for Durban

“Global warming ‘not slowing down,’ say researchers” – good luck with that Continue reading

Ministerial questions asked over spiked sea-level papers

Australian sea-level rises overstated by 8-10 times and the minister wants answers Continue reading

Why there will be nothing doing in Durban

It only requires an appreciation for simple math and these three numbers: 28.5, 47, and 1.3 billion. Continue reading

Delusional in Durban

Reason’s science correspondent sends a first dispatch from the U.N. Climate Change Conference. Continue reading

America’s energy export boom

2012 will mark the first time in 62 years that the U.S. has exported more oil-based fuels than it has imported Continue reading