Even if you agree with progressives (like Shell on climate), you are subject to persecution. Continue reading Members of Congress call for investigation of Shell over climate change
“At present, solar and wind are technically and economically incapable of producing the seamless energy that Americans take for granted.” Continue reading Clean Power without the Clean Power Plan
“One of the puzzling questions facing researchers: Why have so many severe health problems been reported in Brazil, but comparatively few in other Latin America or Caribbean countries with Zika?” Continue reading Can Scientists Prove Zika Virus Is Causing Birth Defects?
Sixty-seven lawsuits are pending. Continue reading California Declares Massive Natural Gas Leak Sealed
“In December and January, El Nino measurements showed it tied 1997-1998 for the strongest since records started being kept in 1950.” Continue reading El Nino Weakens a Tad, but We Won’t Feel That for Months
The latest from the land of fruits and nuts… catching water in 50-gallon drums. Continue reading Storm Water, Long a Nuisance, May Be a Parched California’s Salvation
The NYTimes wants to attribute the lung cancer increase to deteriorating air quality, but that’s incorrect. Continue reading Lung Cancer Deaths Soar in China’s Steel Country, Report Says
Getting out before it all falls apart. Continue reading UN climate chief to quit