Children are taking to the streets to demand ‘climate action’ and they are issuing law suits as well.
Quebec seems to be very activist on this file – but do … Continue reading
Posted by Friends of Science admin © 2018
Understanding the past is often a key to putting present conditions in context. Nowhere … Continue reading
Republished with permission of the author Grégoire Canlorbe. Grégoire Canlorbe is an independent scholar who has conducted numerous interviews with economists and social scientists for academic journals such as Man … Continue reading
Contributed by Drieu Godefridi © 2018
The world press is bursting with news of the revolt in France of “Yellow Vests”, at the same time that French President Macron issues … Continue reading
We are deeply concerned about the possibility that at COP24 in Katowice, Poland (Dec. 2-14, 208) there will be a push to implement a global carbon tax LAW as part … Continue reading
Deloitte Insights and Climate Reality have recently issued reports making claims that renewables – especially wind and solar – are as cheap and as reliable as conventional coal-fired or natural-gas-fired … Continue reading
This op-ed contributed by William W. Kay BA LL.B. ©2018
In early 2017 Emily Rauh Pulitzer and Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr launched a climate communication project. Emily (net worth … Continue reading
Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2018
Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant, former public servant of 27 years and prior to that a diplomat for 10 years.
Key impressions and conclusions of the International Conference on Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Food Security, AgriGHG-2018 in Berlin (10.-13. 9. 2018) sponsored by the German Ministry of Food and … Continue reading