Posted 26 November 2011

"Whether you like it or not, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has pledged that the government will no longer be bound by unilateral decarbonisation targets that cut CO2 emissions in Britain faster and deeper than other countries in Europe. We trust that his

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Posted 8 November 2011

"When it comes to climate change, our leaders would do well to follow Buddhist advice: when struck by an arrow, first remove it before seeking out your assailant. Otherwise, you will die. But most governments and charitable foundations today do exactly the opposite. They tr...

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Posted 8 November 2011

"It is only three weeks to go to COP17. There are still no indications of the likely outcome. A binding agreement on emissions control measures is out of the question. Nor is it likely that the Kyoto Protocol will be extended in its present form. If this happens it will lea...

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Posted 6 November 2011

"The wind projects do not fulfill 'sustainable' objectives. They cost more fuel than they save and they cause no CO2 saving, in the contrary they increase our environmental 'foot print'. A decision to invest billions (thousands of millions) of Euros in the construction of w...

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Posted 29 October 2011

"Gas is the starting point for a whole new petrochemical industry. Indeed the discovery of cost effective means of extracting shale gas is a game changer for the whole world's economy, just as computing power has changed the whole communications industry. "  In a brilliant...

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