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The Guardian - guardian.co.uk —
Jabhat al-Nusra, an al-Qaida affiliate, consolidates position as scramble for control of wells accelerates The EU decision to lift Syrian oil sanctions to aid the opposition has accelerated a scramble for control over wells and pipelines in rebel-held...Recently linked to by War News Updates / 4 days ago
Oil Change —
Petroleum Coke: The Coal Hiding in the Tar Sands Oil Change International January 2013 Download a PDF of the report The Canadian tar sands have been called the “most environmentally destructive project on earth”, with good reason. Extracting tar...Recently linked to by Grist / 5 days ago
Clusterfuck Nation —
The collective state of mind in the USA these days may be even more peculiar than what went on in Germany in the early 1930s, when the Nazis were freely elected to lead the country and reconstructed the battered national psyche into a superman...Recently linked to by Silver For The People / 5 days ago
Stop The ACLU —
I’d love to say this is parody, but, alas, no, this is how wackadoodle the New Climate Deniers are (via Junk Science ) Will Angelina Jolie Help End Climate-Change Denial, And Help The Republican Party? File this one under unintended consequences....Recently linked to by All American Blogger / 5 days ago
Farmer David Little of Little Organic Farm grows potatoes without irrigation in a dry part of California. This week, as the nation grapples with the worst drought in decades, the USDA added more than 218 counties to its list of natural disaster areas,...Recently linked to by Shred Of Truth / 5 days ago
55 “clean energy” projects get $82 million in federal funding… Great news, despite the calculated timing
Clean Break —
The money that was set aside for clean energy initiatives in the federal Conservative government’s 2011 budget is finally beginning to trickle out, and while it’s a welcome boost for 55 project proponents — including 15 pre-commercial...
Climate Change: The Next Generation —
Greenland melt threatens to shift northern climate The Sydney Morning Herald, May 18, 2013 Greenland ice melting at an expanding pace may begin cooling the North Atlantic and increasing the severity of storms by 2075, said James Hansen, the former...
Jeff Weintraub —
I rarely pay much attention to Peggy Noonan, the one-time White House speech-writer who is now a Wall Street Journal columnist and talk-show pundit. In my (possibly fallible) opinion, her stuff is almost always fatuous blather, occasionally enlivened...Recently linked to by J. Bradford DeLong's Grasping Reality with All Eight Tentacles / 5 days ago
This makes sense… or does it? This post has two purposes. First, for those who don’t follow my Twitter feed (hey, why don’t you?), I’d like to highlight some terrific work from Geoff Russell and Ben Heard that has hit the ‘net over the past...
Welcome to Chris Floyd's Empire Burlesque —
Would would have thought that oil barons -- of all people! -- would be involved in dirty back-room dealings to gorge their gobs with even more swill from the trough? From the Guardian : The London offices of BP and Shell have been raided by European...
It’s an easily forgotten necessity of energy production: the billions of cubic meters (BCM) of freshwater water that is necessary for cooling, irrigating, fracking, and other uses. This is water that is not returned to the water basin for future use...Recently linked to by Sustainablog / 5 days ago
While wind power is taking off in a major way across in large-scale wind farms around the world, many office tower designers are now looking to the skies above to help power their vertiginous creations. One of the more ambitious projects is a skyscraper...Recently linked to by The View from Taiwan / 5 days ago