Clive Best

  • UK Power generation 2018-19
    by Clive Best on 5 april 2019 at 16:15

    Peak electricity demand in the UK occurs between 5-30pm to 6pm each weekday evening. I have been monitoring daily power generation on an hourly basis for several years. During 2018 extra wind […]


Joanne Nova

  • How to lose the unloseable election: be...
    by Jo Nova on 20 mei 2019 at 03:20

    Scott Morrison in Parliament. Photo, ABC: Nick Haggarty The Coalition can now for a majority government with no need to do deals with a GetUp candidate. They may win 78 seats. While this is being […]

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Energy Matters

  • Grazing, desertification and climate change
    by Euan Mearns on 18 mei 2019 at 10:31

    Yesterday I watched the GWPF cliff diving walrus porn video. Afterwards, Youtube took me to this video by Allan Savory. Noting that it had over 3 million views, my blood pressure rose in view of […]

Jennifer Marohasy

Living on the Real World

  • Followed by… and following?
    by William Hooke on 14 mei 2019 at 19:32

    My morning rhythm includes joining 800,000 others (give or take) in a DC-area-wide Metro commute. During rush hours, this includes navigating crowded platforms to-or-from street level. The key to […]

Ron Clutz

  • Plastic Trash Talking
    by Ron Clutz on 20 mei 2019 at 14:50

    Following a viral video of a turtle with a straw in his nose, plastics suddenly went from the “greatest thing since sliced bread” to environmental villain. This post first summarizes the […]

Warwick Hughes

  • Aussie Govt. might survive
    by Warwick Hughes on 18 mei 2019 at 11:09

    Polls and pundits got it wrong amazing. No GreenLabor annointing yet. Has Antony Green called the election? From Perth: Federal Election 2019 Live Earlier blog – Election is for the least […]

Climate Resistance

  • It's the End of the World… As They Know it
    by Ben Pile on 12 februari 2016 at 17:35

    One of the hypotheses posited on this blog is that the preoccupation with the end of the world is in reality a displaced existential, and altogether far more internal crisis. Where you can see […]

David Appell

  • How Much Had It Warmed by the 1940s?
    by David Appell on 19 mei 2019 at 16:23

    Since some of you are discussing natural vs manmade warming in the comments, I whipped up this little chart that shows how much warming has occurred, when.Click to enlargeBlue dots are the decadal […]


  • Between two El Ninos
    by Shub Niggurath on 20 mei 2019 at 09:54

    Ditto "crisis". It has a very particular meaning, completely lost by its use by zealots — 'zealots' being an entirely applicable word here. — Ben Pile (@clim8resistance) May 20, 2019 Like […]

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