“I tawt I taw a chemical,” seems to be University of Washington “researcher” Anne Steinemann’s modus operandi. Continue reading New scare: Scented laundry products and dryer vents
Estimates used by the EPA and others for greenhouse gas emissions from upstream shale gas production are likely significantly overstated, says a new report from IHS CERA. The estimates are based on assumptions that do not reflect current industry practice and should be reevaluated, the reports says. Click for “Mismeasuring Methane: Estimating Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Upstream Natural Gas Development”.
Weather causes war, a new study claims. So should we limit CO2 emissions and give peace a chance? Make love not CO2? Continue reading Will climate change cause war?
Airborne fine particulate matter (PM2.5) is not associated with cardiac emergencies, report German researchers. Continue reading PM 2.5 not linked with cardiac emergencies
Editorial, Investor’s Business Daily, August 23, 2011
Junk Science: Environmental debate is often framed as a conflict of progress vs. conservation. But in California, a federal environmental agency’s bid to halt local conservation efforts reveals the real objective: expanding power. Continue reading IBD: Sucker-ing California