Even Amnesty International is weighing in about the way the Alberta government is going after environmentalists. In a recent statement, the International Energy Agency noted… Read More »Do you know any anti-oil sands treehugger types? Let the Alberta snitch line know!
The big light bulb manufacturers get what they want out of the DOE and the President. We should all stop buying anything from them. In… Read More »Phoebus Cartel 2.0 gets DOE to roll back lightbulb efficiency standards
More than 90 percent of weather stations studied showed the climate was warming, a percentage too high to purely be from natural climate variability, say… Read More »Europe is warming faster than climate models projected
There is so much that they can’t burn it here, so they compress it, liquify it, and ship it. That’s not working out too well… Read More »The US is drowning in natural gas, yet they keep drilling and fracking
What could possibly go wrong? There are many who believe that nuclear power has an important role to play in decarbonizing our electricity supply. Some… Read More »Russia launches floating nuclear reactor
Sometimes we should just let a bad idea die. TreeHugger always has been proud to display diverse views. Derek Markham was excited about the Wattway… Read More »French solar roadway declared “a complete flop”
There aren’t any climate deniers anymore. At this point, they are all climate arsonists and nihilists.
Everybody knows that change is happening, but thanks to the fossil fuel economy, we are all having such a good time. In describing Canadian politician… Read More »There aren’t any climate deniers anymore. At this point, they are all climate arsonists and nihilists.
Evidently natural gas has a clean image that is being threatened by reality. What’s the world coming to? First we had the commies in the… Read More »WSJ: Natural gas leaking, venting and flaring equivalent to driving 79 million miles
Distressing photos received by the Ocean Conservancy show just how helpless marine animals are in the face of drifting nets. When the Ocean Conservancy put… Read More »Annual photo contest reveals dangers of ghost nets
In the first half of 2019, Scottish wind generated enough electricity to power the equivalent of 4.47 million homes, almost double the number of homes… Read More »Scotland produced enough wind energy for double its homes in last 6 months