Written by DTN
The Copenhagen Climate Council (CCC) was founded as a “global collaboration between international business and science” in 2007 by·Monday Morning, the leading independent think tank in Scandinavia. CCC's members, or·councillors, include 32 influential business, science, and public-policy leaders. ...
Written by John C.K. Daly of Oilprice.com
As last year's Arab spring has slowly roiled eastwards from Tunisia to the eastern Mediterranean, the two most concerned governments are the U.S. and Israel, that are watching their carefully constructed defense alignments crumble to the populist forces unleashed.
After decades of repression, the ...
Written by Right Side News
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) just released its report, Sales of Fossil Fuels Produced on Federal and Indian Lands, FY 2003 Through FY 2011.[i]This report shows that total fossil fuel production on federal lands is falling, natural gas production on federal lands is falling, and oil ...
Written by Robert Murphy
Study of the Impacts of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative Deeply Flawed
A November 2011 study by the Analysis Group claims that the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) has showered $1.6 billion in “economic value added” to the ten participating states in the years 2009–2011. ...
Written by Daniel J. Graeber
A delegation from the International Energy Agency spent two days in Baghdad speaking with high-ranking officials in preparation for an end-of-year report on the country's oil sector. By some estimates, Iraq could hold some of the largest oil reserves in the world and an international auction for ...
Written by Jack Spencer and Cornelius Milmoe
A major public concern about nuclear reactors has been that the spent nuclear fuel could remain stranded at the reactor site indefinitely. In the 1970s, courts prohibited the Nuclear Regulatory Commission from licensing new reactors unless it assured the public that the waste would be removed—a ...
Written by Ray Peach
(see Part I) The works of Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 – 1832) and Friedrich Hegel (1770 – 1831) would form the foundation of science in Bolshevik Russia, and later in National Socialist Germany, creating the environmental movement we see today.
In 1883, Friedrich Engels (1820 – 1895) ...
Written by Opiate of the People
Opiate of the People | The Peoples Cube
People'sscientists yesterday took a break from their urgent research on how to procure more funding for Climate Change studies, in order to ring the alarm about a new urgent source of anxiety for the masses, which will undoubtedly cause them to demand more ...
Written by Ray Peach
In his campaign speech on February 23rd, 2012, Obama blamed everyone but himself for the rise in fuel prices, stating that there were international pressures on the price of oil that are beyond his control. He went on to criticize Republicans for saying that the solution was to drill, drill, drill ...