Written by Kelvin Kemm
Our energy and environment deserve better – in South Africa and Qatar
A few weeks ago, perhaps as a prologue to the “global warming disaster” convention in Doha, Qatar, South Africa’s Department of Environment Affairs took out a full-page advertisement in our country’s newspapers, promoting National ...
Written by American Dream
Our sun is becoming increasingly unstable, and most people have no idea the complete and utter devastation that a massive solar storm could potentially cause. A giant solar storm could potentially take out satellites, GPS systems, electrical grids, communication networks and pretty much anything ...
Written by Alan Caruba
Unlike previous gatherings of the Conference of Parties (COP) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the 18th one occurring in Doha, Qatar between November 26 and December 7 is likely to shun media coverage of their schemes to enrich participants who want massive transfers of money ...
Written by Ryan Olson
An energy renaissance is underway in the United States. According to a new reportby the International Energy Agency (IEA), America’s decades-long dependence on foreign oil may soon be over. By the mid-2020s, the United States is set to surpass Saudi Arabia as the world’s largest oil producer. ...
Written by Right Side News
Discover the Networks has released the following report and when reading about Jeremy Rifkin and his views on eliminating beef, and the methane that cows produce, you must wonder; as DTN points out:  Methane emissions from cows amount to only 60 tons per year worldwide—as compared to 5 million ...
Written by Peter Byrne
The shale gas "miracle" is overhyped and bound to disappoint. That's what energy expert Bill Powers argues in his upcoming book. But Powers tells The Energy Report that this could be a very good thing for oil and gas companies and their shareholders, and he is placing his bets accordingly.
Written by CFACT
Over the past several months people have asked CFACT a number of questions about energy and the environment.They have replied to them, and then decided to compile their questions and answers below that present these science-based issues in brief, understandable, lay terms.
Written by CFACT
Over the past several months people have asked CFACT a number of questions about climate change, energy and the environment. We responded to them, and then decided to compile their questions and our answers below that present these science-based issues in brief, understandable, lay terms.
Written by Paul Driessen
Greens hate natural gas and fracking, but costly, parasitic wind energy can’t live without it
Horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing have boosted shale gas production from zero a few years ago to 10% of all US energy supplies in 2012, observes energy analyst Daniel Yergin. Fracking has also ...