This says something; the Green Blog’s editor has been reassigned to… the Culture department. Continue reading NYTimes Public Editor: ‘Not convinced… environmental coverage will be as strong’ without recently-axed Green blog
“The bigger problem is what to do with existing plants, which provide a big chunk of the nation’s electricity and which cannot be shut down quickly or by fiat. Devising a gradual phaseout will require ingenuity and persistence in the face of what are sure to be strong legal and political challenges from industry.” Continue reading NYTimes expects EPA nominee to devise way of phasing out coal
Here’s Michael Mann’s tweet: Continue reading Michael Mann’s ad hominem attack on Henry Payne
EPA recently denied it knew the program was susceptible to fraud. Continue reading DOJ: Art collector used EPA green gas program for $15M scam
Said capitalism is the “road to hell.” Now he will find out. Continue reading Dictator Hugo Chavez dead; Joins his beloved Kyoto Protocol
The Washington Post has no use for Hansen and McKibben’s anti-Keystone Xl activism either. Continue reading Green with Anger: McKibben says NYTimes ‘is turning poisonous on climate’
Overall production is booming thanks to private and state land activity. Continue reading Report: Oil production on federal lands falls again in 2012
“The main celebrity anti-fracking campaign took off last summer when Ono and Lennon, her son, founded Artists Against Fracking. Their family farm sits near gas reserves in New York, and they fear fracking might be allowed in the area.” Continue reading WSJ: Celebrity ‘fractivists’: True advocates or NIMBYs?
“What problem to do they solve for electric-car owners?” Continue reading Marc Gunther: If electric cars are the answer, what’s the question?
“Ralf Speth criticizes UK government subsidy of ‘poor electric vehicles’ and nationwide charging stations.” Continue reading Jaguar Chief: Electric cars not mass-market solution
“There will be sufficient rail car capacity in 2015 to transport as much oil as the Keystone XL pipeline is projected to carry.” Continue reading Exxon: Pipelines preferred, but railroads viable for oil sands