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Because apparently we can't have a website anymore without a blog


The blah-blah-blog

Actually, I post a lot of information related to climate change almost daily elsewhere. But, as time permits, I'm going to put the esoterica I encounter related to climate change here rather than trying to update the various pages. So this will be reverse in chronological rather than logically organized within the structure of the rest of this website. Please don't rely on this as a consistent and current source for climate change information updates. Sadly, we cannot rely on our corporate-controlled mass media for good information on this. I update this site on my own time, and making a living has to take priority.
Past blog pages: May 2019 June 2019 July 2019 August 2019 September 2019 October 2019 November 2019 December 2019 January 2020 February 2020

2020.03.24 - Coal mines emit more methane than oil-and-gas sector, study finds (CarbonBrief)

2020.03.23 - India: Funding for new coal power projects dries up (Phyys.Org)

2020.03.23 - India: Funding for new coal power projects dries up (Smart Energy International)

2020.03.23 - Push to get taxpayer funds for Vales Point coal plant upgrade rejected (The Guardian)

2020.03.20 - Offshore wind hits record year in 2019 – up 35% says GWEC (Smart Energy International)

2020.03.16 - Exxon Now Wants to Write the Rules for Regulating Methane Emissions (DeSmogBlog)

2020.03.11 - WMO Statement on the State of the Global Climate in 2019 (World Meteorological Organization - WMO)
"The results of this report demonstrate that climate change is already very visible in various ways. More ambitious climate mitigation efforts are needed to keep the warming below 2 °C by the end of the century."

2020.03.09 - Carbon emissions fall as electricity producers move away from coal (The Guardian)

Global emissions down by 2% amid mild winter and reduced use of coal-fired power plants

2020.03.07 - Pro-Trump Climate Denial Group Lays Off Staff Amid Financial Woes, Ex-Employees Say (HuffPost)

Heartland Insitute no longer needed by fossil-fuel lobby while Trump is President?

2020.03.07 - 'I'm profoundly sad, I feel guilty': scientists reveal personal fears about the climate crisis (The Guardian)

2020.03.06 - Switzerland’s biggest bank backs away from the oilsands (National Observer)

2020.03.05 - The Current Global Warming Trend Is Directly Related To Human Emissions Of Greenhouse Gasess (Forbes)

This isn't big news to anyone who has been paying attention. The news here is that this truth is now appearing in Forbes, long a channel for pro-fossil-fuel climate-change-denialism rhetoric. It's a shift, but it's still not action.

2020.03.05 - The Current Global Warming Trend Is Directly Related To Human Emissions Of Greenhouse Gases (Forbes)

Dominoes. It isn't about uncertainty in public resistance or government environmental assessment processes which are causing Berkshire Hathaway to pull out of this project. It is the certainty that the market for LNG is shrinking worldwide as climate change is forcing a shift away from carbon fuels in general, and the energy intensity and high up-front capital costs of LNG, and growing awareness of the impact of fugitive natural gas emissions which are making the sector financially unviable.

2020.03.05 - Paper That Blames The Sun For Climate Change Was Just Retracted From Major Journal (Science Alert)

More disinformation bites the dust. Not the first strike-out for Valentina Zharkova.

2020.03.04 - Climate action: the latest target of Europe's fossil fuel lobbyists (The Guardian)

Past blog pages: May 2019 June 2019 July 2019 August 2019 September 2019 October 2019 November 2019 December 2019 January 2020 February 2020

You can find many earlier postings (going back to year 2000) related to climate change at:
Keith's List Archive and
the Sustainable Biofuel List Mail Archive.

I present a lot of information in this blog and on this website. If you need some help sorting through the noise level and getting a forward-looking, proactive approach to climate change for your business, I can do that work for you via my consulting business. Contact

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