Monthly Archives: January 2013

Denying Plastic

I made a comment a couple of weeks back on this libertarian site. The post in question was discussing the newly introduced plastic shopping bag tax in Wales and generally the author was trying to claim how it was such a bad idea … Continue reading

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Why do people deny climate change?

As the new year starts we can reflect on a fairly “interesting times” sort of a year when it comes to weather. Both sides of the Atlantic have seen extremes of weather, with a prolonged drought in the Mid western … Continue reading

Posted in clean energy, climate change, economics, efficiency, energy, fossil fuels, Global warming denial, LFTR, nuclear, peak oil, politics, power, renewables, sustainability, sustainable, thorium | 16 Comments