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Apocalypse Cancelled, Sorry, No Ticket Refunds

Watts Up With That? Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Estimates of future atmospheric CO2 values as a result of future emissions, called “scenarios”, fall into two camps—demand driven, and supply driven. A recent paper entitled “The implications of fossil fuel supply constraints on climate change projections: A supply-driven analysis” by J.Wang, et al., paywalled here,… Continue reading Apocalypse Cancelled, Sorry, No Ticket Refunds

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Bell Let’s Talk – letter

Originally posted on ontario wind turbines:
While government leaders claim to care deeply about children, about their opportunites and the mental and physical wellness of residents, there is a huge void when it comes to communicating with impacted families in wind projects. It seems to be a no-go zone for almost everyone who could be…

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The Beginning of the End of EPA

Watts Up With That? Guest essay by Jay Lehr At the Republican National Convention last summer, the GOP approved a platform that stated: “We propose to shift responsibility for environmental regulation from the federal bureaucracy to the states and to transform the EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] into an independent bipartisan commission, similar to the Nuclear… Continue reading The Beginning of the End of EPA