Great Barrier Reef Not In Danger

By Bob Irvine Decades of activist science by Australian scientists has now led to the Great Barrier Reef being possibly labelled as “In Danger” by the Chinese run UN World Heritage Committee. Statements from the Reef’s scientific watchdogs, AIMS and the GBRMPA, have led to this catastrophic situation. See Appendix “A”. “While the Reef is… GreatContinue reading “Great Barrier Reef Not In Danger”

Enso – circular economy tyres for electric cars

A couple of months ago I wrote about the roadside pollution from electric cars – the particles from tyres and brakes. In the UK, non-tailpipe emissions are around 8% of air pollution, so it’s not a huge contributor to the problem. But due to the weight of their batteries, electric vehicles may produce more tyre […]Continue reading “Enso – circular economy tyres for electric cars”

New nuclear and gas plants ‘unnecessary’ for net zero energy system.

New nuclear and gas plants ‘unnecessary’ for net zero energy system.Refraining from building new nuclear and gas plants will not have asignificant impact on the overall costs of creating a net zero energysystem, a new report has found. The report, compiled by Energy SystemsCatapult, models six pathways to net zero by 2050, including one whichwould […]Continue reading “New nuclear and gas plants ‘unnecessary’ for net zero energy system.”

Gas giants’ energy crisis solved after 50 years

Jupiter and Saturn should be freezing cold. Instead, they’re hot. Researchers now know why. Living as they do in the distant, sun-forsaken reaches of the solar system, Jupiter and Saturn, the gas giants, and Uranus and Neptune, the ice giants, were always expected to be frosty realms. But when NASA’s Voyager spacecraft sailed past them… GasContinue reading “Gas giants’ energy crisis solved after 50 years”

Climate colonialism and the EU’s Green Deal – Al Jazeera English

Climate colonialism and the EU’s Green Deal – Al Jazeera English https://ift.tt/3qjkmWN Climate colonialism and the EU’s Green Deal  Al Jazeera English Superforest via “deforestation” – Google News https://ift.tt/2Pik6Fi Climate colonialism and the EU’s Green Deal – Al Jazeera English —

Cape Town and Dubai battle over Africa’s energy future — Iowa Climate Science Education

None of these energy-rich African nations is eager to submit to IEA demands, which seem to envision only existing OPEC nations as future producers and refiners. This, it appears, is the dividing line between Africa Oil Week and the new Africa Energy Week. via Watts Up With That? https://ift.tt/3j8x9tu June 23, 2021 at 08:17PM Cape TownContinue reading “Cape Town and Dubai battle over Africa’s energy future — Iowa Climate Science Education”

Gabon cashes carbon cheque for forestry support under CAFI deal – Energy Voice —

Gabon cashes carbon cheque for forestry support under CAFI deal – Energy Voice https://ift.tt/3d8qZ9b Gabon cashes carbon cheque for forestry support under CAFI deal  Energy Voice Superforest via “deforestation” – Google News https://ift.tt/2Pik6Fi Gabon cashes carbon cheque for forestry support under CAFI deal – Energy Voice —

Great memories at Watamu, Kenya — pe blog

A few years back, we went to Watamu, a popular beach located at the coast of Kenya. Watamu is well-known for its white sand beaches and its deep blue sea. There is also the Watamu Marine National Park, a protected area and famous in Africa. Watamu is a charming town in the southern part of […]Continue reading “Great memories at Watamu, Kenya — pe blog”

Costly climate policies will harm energy-starved Africa — Climate- Science.press

In 1985, Michael Jackson and other American musicians tried to channel a spirit of global unity by releasing a collaborative song titled “We Are the World.” The purpose was noble, namely to raise funds for Africa which was going through a severe famine at the time. Today, famine, disease, and lack of electricity still persist… CostlyContinue reading “Costly climate policies will harm energy-starved Africa — Climate- Science.press”

The Oceans and Seas in the World — The Naturalist Life

Up until recently, most countries and organizations only recognized four ocean basins. While there is really only one global ocean that covers 71% of the earth, there are now five distinct regions and the boundaries between them have changed over human history. The five named oceans are the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic, and Southern, with […]Continue reading “The Oceans and Seas in the World — The Naturalist Life”