Thursday, August 22, 2013


Balcombe Fracking Protesters Finally Give Up As Police Clears Way For Drilling | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
There were fewer than 100 protesters left tonight at a potential fracking site as they finally admitted defeat to the police.
Wind Turbine Giant Hits Turbulence | Via Meadia
Vestas is a Danish company that manufactures wind turbines, and it used to be the global leader in its industry. Things look much different at the company now, after its CEO was sacked on Wednesday in the face of plummeting profits and market share. Share prices are down 85 percent from this time five years ago, and the ousted CEO was forced to issue profit warnings to investors four times over the last three years.
Reports of the National Center for Science Education
A section of Sean Aguirre Buckley's sculpture Pillars of Climate (2011), showing a portrait of Michael E Mann, physicist, climatologist, and director of the Earth System Science Center at Pennsylvania State University.

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