Wednesday, October 19, 2011

BBC News - Carbon capture scheme collapses
A £1bn project to turn a Scottish power station into a world leader in climate-change technology has collapsed. The scheme at Longannet in Fife aimed to capture harmful CO2 from coal and store it in disused oil fields under the North Sea. But the UK government withdrew funding, saying it was not providing value for money.
The Wheels Are Coming Off | Power Line
just when California decides to join the carbon reduction bandwagon, the wheels are coming off that bandwagon.
How many ways can you say that this whole charade is over, that people are seeing through the Emperor’s New Clothes?
Europe Could Reconsider Climate Approach -
BRUSSELS—The European Union is for the first time clearly questioning whether it should press ahead with long-term plans to cut greenhouse-gas emissions if other countries don't follow suit, in what could herald a significant policy shift for a region that has been at the forefront of advocating action to combat climate change.
Twitter / @MichaelEMann
My colleague Jonathan Patz of U. Wisconsin briefs the Dalai Lama on health impacts of climate change:
Warmists Now Claim Global Warming 'Worse than Predicted'?! Climate Depot Responds: 'The scientific case for man-made climate fears has collapsed' | Climate Depot
'Recent scientific data and developments reveal that Mother Nature is playing a cruel joke on the promoters of man-made climate fears. The scientific reality is that on virtually every claim -- from A-Z -- the scientific case for man-made climate fears has collapsed'

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