Posted by Graham Thompson -
4 April 2014 at 3:24pm -
The Spectator has had
a go at adapting to the changing media climate by switching to the deniers new
‘adaptation’ meme. Will anyone notice the pivot? The evidence has been
carefully hidden away on the covers of their previous editions.
treading on thin ice. It has already spent over $5 billion on
its Arctic drilling venture, but the company has yet to produce a single drop
of Arctic oil. No doubt its shareholders and investors are starting to get
An analysis by consultants Energynautics for Greenpeace based on European weather information for 2011 and data from the International Energy Agency (IEA) suggests it is possible to get 77% of Europe’s electricity from renewable sources by 2030 - but mixing renewables with coal or nuclear could add unnecessary costs to the system.
Posted by Lawrence Carter -
14 March 2014 at 3:54pm -
We recently confronted Cuadrilla Chief Executive, Francis Egan, over his plans to frack for shale gas underneath people’s homes in Lancashire. Cuadrilla has announced two new drilling sites in Lancashire, so we decided to pay them a visit and seek their assurance that they would respect the wishes of the Lancashire residents who have come together as part of Greenpeace’s legal block to tell them not to trespass on their land.