Monthly Archives: December 2012

Catastrophic warming forecast as the UN sideshow rolls on

The Doha climate meeting has come and gone — and the news keeps getting worse. [11 December 2012 | Peter Boyer] As it now does every year in the month before Christmas, the United Nations has brought the world together … Continue reading

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Renewable energy is not a straightforward solution

Renewable energy is making progress, but it’s no replacement for fossil fuel. [4 December 2012 | Peter Boyer] Good news, it would seem. Within 40 years, according to Australia’s Climate Commission, “the Australian economy could be powered almost entirely by renewable … Continue reading

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