Monthly Archives: November 2012

How the “greenest government ever” has conspired with global warming deniers to produce a 2nd dash for Gas

Been mega busy at work, which prevented me from updating this blog. And what a story I missed! A story that was strangely absent from much of the mainstream media. You may recall all those stories a few weeks ago … Continue reading

Posted in clean energy, climate change, economics, efficiency, energy, fossil fuels, Global warming denial, Japan, nuclear, peak oil, politics, power, renewables, Shale Gas, subsidy, sustainability | 11 Comments

Storm over the Atlantic

This is a reprint of a post on my personal blog, which I thought i’d update and share here. I’ve purposely avoided commenting on the impending election in the US. This is largely because, as I’ve previously discussed, a combination … Continue reading

Posted in climate change, politics, sustainability, sustainable, Uncategorized | 4 Comments

Another shotgun wedding for the UK nuclear lobby

I previously commented on the dire straits the UK’s plans for a new generation of reactors is in, due to the collapse of the Horizon deal earlier in the year. I also previously highlighted how it is unlikely any sane … Continue reading

Posted in clean energy, climate change, economics, energy, Fukushima, Japan, nuclear, peak oil, politics, power, renewables, Shale Gas, subsidy, sustainability, sustainable, Uncategorized | 10 Comments