Complex Systems & A Theoretical Argument Against Green Energy There are many practical reasons to be against green energy: it’s expensive, it shifts economic (and therefore political) power from the US to China, and it’s . . .
Sweden Passes New Law to be Carbon-Neutral by 2045—Who Cares Sweden, everyone’s favorite socialist paradise and self-described “humanitarian superpower” is hellbent on saving the world again. They’ve just passed a law that will force the . . .
New Report: 20% Of Baby Food Contains Lead vs 14% Of “Adult” Food A new report by the Environmental Defense Fund concluded that 20% of baby food contains lead. By analyzing thousands of food samples . . .
Thank China’s Overuse of Antibiotics for a New Colistin-Resistant Bacteria Eighteen months ago a gene that makes bacteria resistant to the drug colistin—an antibiotic of “last resort”—was discovered in bacteria infecting Chinese pigs. Since then . . .
Green Energy Is Expensive & It Won’t Save The Environment June 7, 2017 was a blustery day in the UK—so blustery, in fact, that the country’s wind turbines helped the UK set a green energy generation record. . . .
Switching To 100% Solar Power Is Impossible—There’s Not Enough Silver On Planet Earth The debate over carbon emissions and the switch to “green energy” is usually fought over whether or not green energy is the . . .
New Study Shows Organic Farming Uses 40% More Land Than Conventional Farms People are going crazy for organic food. Food critics boast about the flavor of organic produce, while many in the fitness industry swear . . .
Climework‘s Built the World’s First Carbon-Capture Plant in Hinwil, Switzerland On May 31, 2017 the world’s first commercial carbon dioxide capture-plant was opened in Hinwil, Switzerland. It’s designed and operated by a Swiss company called . . .
Australian Study: Ending Land Clearing Is More Effective At Reducing Emissions Than Green Energy A new study done by RepuTex, an Australian energy markets analyst, found that Australia could more efficiently abate carbon emissions by . . .
Carbon Taxes Will Actually Increase Global Carbon Emissions Environmental activists are constantly inventing new, and increasingly impractical ways to stop global climate change—everything from giving rural Indians free solar panels, to re-freezing the Arctic using . . .