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Baker Hughes CEO Martin Craighead predicted that US drilling companies could begin to seriously start removing rigs from operation if prices drop to around $75 per barrel.
His comments on nuclear power ignore the repeatedly-demonstrated pattern of peaceful nuclear programs paving the way for WMD proliferation.
by Jim Green - 23/10/2014 - 16 comments
A recent global study put the lives saved by nuclear power over the past few decades at about 1.8 million.
by Geoff Russell - 20/10/2014 - 34 comments
Politicians, climate activists and influential Hollywood celebrities are misusing the 98% figure derived from studies to justify an alarmist point of view.
by Barry York - 20/10/2014 - 29 comments
A grim new census of the world’s dwindling wildlife populations should force us to confront a troubling question: are humans capable of acting in ways that help other species at a cost to themselves?
October 1 marked an important anniversary: 18 years during which the earth average temperature has remained unchanged.
by Alan Moran - 9/10/2014 - 43 comments
For Nature to do this is another straw in the breeze, because it has been a bastion of the orthodoxy, and the 2C target is part of the orthodoxy.
by Don Aitkin - 8/10/2014 - 100 comments
Even if strict safeguards were in place, uranium sales to India would create an intractable problem: uranium exports freeing up India's domestic reserves for weapons production.
by Jim Green - 8/10/2014 - 7 comments
Next time you get into your car and drive to the supermarket, think about how much energy you consume on an annual basis.
by Andrew Topf - 6/10/2014 - 5 comments
From those promoting civil rights to those condemning the use of nuclear weapons, history has shown that peaceful protest can be a powerful mechanism for inciting political change.
by Hasmukh Chand - 3/10/2014 - 8 comments
The renewable energy target is now being targeted by the Government precisely because it is working so well to reduce pollution.
by Guy Ragen - 2/10/2014 - 35 comments
California has entered into a partnership with the Canadian province of Quebec to link up their carbon markets. It's a small step, but the two have already created the largest carbon market in North America.

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