Well Done – Entirely, And Totally, Misunderstanding Canada’s Carbon Tax

There are things not to like about Canada's new federal carbon tax. For example, any concept of federalism or provincial power rather dies when...

Meaning Nothing – Ireland To Entirely Divest From Fossil Fuels

Ireland has proudly announced that it is the first country to entirely - no, totally - divest from fossil fuels. This means rather less...

George Monbiot Proves The Impossibility Of Socialism And Planning

Of course George Monbiot hasn't proven that people cannot attempt socialism and planning, he's just shown, rather neatly, why such won't work. Yes, he's...

Of Course Judge Throws Out Oil Company Climate Change Lawsuits – They’re A Ludicrous...

One of the more ridiculous pieces of buck shifting has just been defeated as a judge throws out the court cases against oil companies...

The 1.5 Degree Climate Target – Entirely The Wrong Logic

We've yet another of these dire warnings, that we're all about to boil Flipper and we really must do something. The underlying logic of...

The Guardian Manages To Get Climate Change Entirely Wrong. Again

A truly enraging mistake commonly made about climate change is the mistake - possibly deliberate mistake - of refusing to understand that it's an...

Every Lamppost Should Not Have A Car Charging Point, No

Once again we find the environmentalists not grasping the first clue about how to deal with climate change. That first point being "Well, OK,...

Cutting Shipping Emissions – The Nonsense Of Cutting By Sector To Beat Climate Change

One of the great sadnesses of the climate change debate is that everyone, just everyone making policy that is, ignores all of the things...

It’s Drivel To Claim Climate Change Is The Biggest Risk To Corporations

One of the things which so annoys about climate change is the continual insistence upon things which simply are not true - like this...

Our Word, Stock Markets Reward Those With Good Climate Change Policies

One study does not proof make - we'd all like to see a little more replication than that. But the implication of this paper...