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All consumers should be free to use solar energy in their own way at their own cost.
by Viv Forbes - 25/07/2014 - 19 comments
The evidence continues to mount that carbon dioxide is not, after all, the control knob of the planet's temperature.
by Don Aitkin - 22/07/2014 - 44 comments
This technology has changed the way we think about the Permian Basin, once the darling of American oil production and then lost in the shadow of Eagle Ford and Bakken.
by James Stafford - 18/07/2014 - 4 comments
The decision to reject this delisting proposal has itself set an unfortunate precedent for Australia that it is now OK for politics, personal agendas, and nepotism to override science and due process.
by Mark Poynter - 17/07/2014 - 11 comments
In the USA, similar protest tactics have led to charges of copyright infringement, trademark infringement, trademark dilution, unfair competition, false advertising and cyber-squatting.
by Elke Nagy - 15/07/2014 - 9 comments
Climate scientists can't do it all. Their principal responsibility is to point out what is happening in the climate system. Only secondarily do they tend to involve themselves in prescriptions.
by Chas Keys - 7/07/2014 - 66 comments
Given that they have had virtually a monopoly of the mass media, the government and the scientific academies, doesn't that point to a fundamental problem with the 'climate change' message?
by Don Aitkin - 24/06/2014 - 169 comments
The coal industry has achieved stunning growth in the last decade, largely due to increased demand in China. But big changes in China's economy and its policies are expected to put an end to coal's big boom.
by Fred Pearce - 24/06/2014 - 9 comments
Within a fairly short space of time, solar generated electricity will be fully cost competitive with coal-powered electricity.
by Martin Tillier - 23/06/2014 - 18 comments
In the name of cutting 'green tape', the states let departments of mines handle the approvals. Green tape is replaced with a rubber stamp.
by Wade Freeman - 20/06/2014 - 4 comments
The sweeping nature of President Obama's proposed regulations limiting carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants is likely to open his initiative to serious legal challenges.
by Fawaz Gerges - 20/06/2014 - 4 comments
The 2014 World Cup tournament will burn through enough energy before it's over to fuel almost every one of the 260 million cars and trucks in the United States for an entire day, or the equivalent of what 560,000 cars use in a year.

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