New analysis shows that the science underpinning the global treaty aiming to stop average temperatures rising more than 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels urgently needs more research,...
Lawrence Solomon - he of the imaginary legion of top scientists who deny climate change - has launched an attack on the credibility of Wikipedia, complaining especially that Wiki has the temerity to acknowledge climate change and to censor unfounded counter arguments.
Unfortunately, Solomon pegs his own case to the reputation of the notoriously unreliable Benny Peiser, leaving the Wiki editors looking admirably clever.
This story is legitimately tragic, but it's far from the first case of climate change delusion. Have they never heard of Benny Peiser? Larry Solomon? Tim Ball? The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley? Bob Carter?
Of course, these guys may not be delusional. They may just be lying. But that would involve a judgment rather than a diagnosis …. Either way, a certain sort of sickness abounds.
The UK Guardian has just posted a comprehensive report on Canada's oilsands operations called, Oil Sands: Canada's dirty secret.
There's also a great 4-minute video by Guardian environment editor John Vidal.
Canada's largest energy company is responsible for having created great wealth, but some of the pedestrians on Encana's road to “success” have been badly injured by the juggernaut.
Adrian Morrow in Calgary's online FastForwardWeekly offers a closer look at some of those victims, including DeSmogblog friend and tipster, Jessica Ernst, whose water has been so badly contaminated by Encana's natural gas operations that she can set it on fire.