Greenpeace Is Complaining About Bananas Into The Pacific From Fukushima

That Greenpeace is more than a little crackers about radiation is something we all should know. They complain about trivia, things that are tiny...

Stock Markets Reduce CO2 Emissions, Bank Finance Increases Them

This is an interesting finding. Sure, we know about the curve, developing countries get dirtier then cleaner as they get richer. But there is...

The Degradation Of Academia Continues

So, super, the Labour Party has pledged to do even more to beat climate change. Huzzah! etc. And then we get a British professor...

Once Again, Economic Growth Cannot Continue Because Of Resource Limitations

We have another entrant in the argument over economic growth. It simply cannot continue because of resource use. There's a limited amount of Earth,...

The Flynn Effect Disproves The Notion That Air Pollution Rots Our...

We have a recent contention that air pollution is rotting our brains, making us all markedly dimmer. We also have observable reality which is...

The Data Are In – Solar Roads Are A Ludicrous Waste...

Anyone with a brain could see that they were going to be before anyone started. Whatever the benefits of solar electricity generation they're going...

Congrats To Renewable Energy – One Third Of US Households Struggle...

The US Energy Department has just released a report detailing how some one third of US households struggle to pay their energy bills. This...

What To Do With Nuclear Reactors As Hurricane Florence Comes Ashore

A timely piece from The Conversation: Hurricane Florence may affect the operations of several of the 16 nuclear reactors located in the Carolinas and Virginia, raising concerns...

Questions From NPR We Can Answer – No

As with such newspapers as The Guardian, National Public Radio is prone to confirming Betteridge's Law. Which, roughly enough, states that any headline with...

Food Waste Really Isn’t The Problem We’re Told It Is

From The Conversation: Seeing food wasted makes us mad – but should it? There is currently a grand consensus of academics, policymakers and food campaign groups...