Why won’t anyone enforce our building standards?
Category: climate breakdown
A Fondness for Fossil Fuels
If we’re to have a hydrogen economy, we have to secure our supplies of natural gas.
We Are All Killers
Until we stop flying
The trade in “carbon offsets” is based on bogus accounting
Worse Than Fossil Fuel
Biodiesel enthusiasts have accidentally invented the most carbon-intensive fuel on earth
The Struggle Against Ourselves
How Much Energy Do We Have?
Are there enough renewables to keep the lights on? The answer will be comforting to no one.
Our Own Nuclear Salesman
The government’s chief scientist appears to have succumbed to politics
A World Turned Upside Down
The corporations are demanding regulation, and the government is refusing to give it to them
Faced With This Crisis
The G8 leaders refuse to accept that anything difficult needs to be done about climate change
Review of Margaret Thatcher’s 1989 speech to the UN (extract published below).
Save us from Ourselves
Green hypocrisy means that we can’t tackle climate change without government intervention.
A Restraint of Liberty
Climate change’s unprecedented moral challenge demands that we restrict market freedom
Climate change denial, as David Bellamy’s claims show, is based on pure hocus pocus
A Different Kind of Revolution
Wind power is a technological fix for a political problem.
Mocking Our Dreams
Climate change exposes progress as a myth
America’s War with Itself
Bush’s attempt to wreck the climate talks follows an established pattern of self-destruction
Feeding Cars, Not People
The adoption of biofuels would be a humanitarian and environmental disaster
Correspondence with David Bellamy
Letters following the publication of the article Goodbye, Kind World (filed under Climate Change)
Goodbye, Kind World
We’ve never had it so good, and we never will again.