Climate change/ Energy

Hazelwood coal plant closed

Last month, the unprecedented power outages throughout the state of South Australia, showcased the follies of excessive reliance on renewable energy. However, Victoria has hardly learnt this lesson, given the Hazelwood coal plant central to 20 % of the state’s energy, was shut. With renewable energy targets set by governments, and the influence of green lobbyists affecting banking approaches… Continue reading Hazelwood coal plant closed

Climate change/ Energy · United Nations

United Nations bans climate skeptical journalists

Democracy and different opinions are something of the past, when we have the both the high priests of climate change and the United Nations involved. “CAUGHT ON TAPE: UN bans skeptical journalists from climate summit for holding views not ‘particularly helpful’, Climate Depot, October 21 2016: The United Nations has rejected the media credentials of… Continue reading United Nations bans climate skeptical journalists

Climate change/ Energy

Bjorn Lomborg with some insightful perspectives

Whilst this video is 10 years old, it remains equally relevant to the modern day, as Lomborg offers some interesting ideas about climate change, and how this has been economically and politically approached.  In an unfashionable and politically incorrect way, Lomborg states that when compared with global hunger, issues with sanitation as well as poor… Continue reading Bjorn Lomborg with some insightful perspectives

Climate change/ Energy

A shock to the Climate change alarmists

A new NASA study has recently revealed that despite much media attention to the contrary, the Antarctic ice sheet is in fact collecting more ice than it is losing. It will be interesting to see how the alarmists and the doomsday predictors react. Most likely, responses will involve a distraction from the statistics, or potentially… Continue reading A shock to the Climate change alarmists