Written by SEPP.org
THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, Executive Vice President, Science and Environmental Policy Project
After the Royal Society announced it was reconsidering its extreme pronouncements on global warming, several articles appeared discussing the proper role of science societies. As Philip Stott mentions in ...
Written by Julia A. Seymour
Other Media Ignore Controversy
Business and Media Institute
Nature Conservancy and other left-wing environmental organizations accepted millions from oil giant, broadcast networks silent.
British Petroleum's (BP) reputation has been marred by the April oil rig explosion and subsequent oil spill ...
Written by Brian Sylvester and Karen Roche of The Energy Report
Financial guru Carmel Daniele is none too concerned with the euro debt crisis, hemorrhaging oil in the Gulf or depressed natural gas. She's too busy making money. Whether it's oil in Colombia or potash in Peru, she's always looking for ways to improve the fortunes of her namesake CD Capital Private ...
Written by Ryan Sibley
British Petroleum did not have an emergency response plan for its Deepwater Horizon drill rig; such plans direct personnel to the proper procedures for responding to incidents like the current spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Written by Keith Arterburn, INL Communications & Governmental Affairs
Biodiesel production from wastes, medical imaging from better radioisotope production, and significantly improved gun sight optics highlight Idaho National Laboratory technologies nominated for the "top-of-the-world competition" in 2010.
Written by Brian Sylvester of The Energy Report
Sven Del Pozzo, until recently a senior oil and gas analyst with C.K. Cooper and Co., is nothing if not honest. In this candid interview with The Energy Report,Del Pozzo discusses the importance of Gulf of Mexico oil exploration to the U.S. economy, the need for more reflective oil price markers, ...
Written by Science & Environmental Policy Project
By Ken Haapala, Executive Vice President, Science and Environmental Policy Project
EPA has carefully prepared a trap, but will it trap itself? It has played hard ball in its Endangerment Finding that carbon dioxide emissions "endanger human health and welfare." But faced with the hard ...
Written by James M. Hylko and Dr. Robert Peltier, PE
The Nuclear Waste Policy Act and Amendments of 1982 and 1987 established a national policy and schedule for developing geologic repositories for the disposal of spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive wastes. Those deadlines have come and gone; the cancellation of Yucca Mountain was only the ...
Written by Paul Driessen - Willie Soon - David R. Legates
Cause for alarm? Why do scientists and news stories blame everything on global warming? Fortune and glory.
We're often asked, What really causes all these alarms about global warming disasters?