10 June 2015
|Source: Steve Hunter Cartoons|
It is not just the Pope – most religions now see climate concern as a way to restore their appeal to our impressionable youth:
14 May 2015
Global Warming Is a Religion
Victims of Climate Wars seek Asylum in Asia.
German industry investing outside Germany:
Australia is following Europe, just more slowly. Already much of our industrial base has migrated to Asia or plans to: metal smelting and refining, steel making, oil refining, car and tool manufacturing, weapons and equipment making, food processing and so on.
Coal and gas dying in Europe but booming in Asia, Global Warming Policy Forum:
29 May 2015
Will Better Batteries save Solar Energy?
And for a great discussion of batteries see:
Why we don’t have battery breakthroughs:
Here are some Solar Power Realities:
Rethinking Green Power
The Last Word.
Disclosure: Viv Forbes has tertiary qualifications in geology, chemistry, physics, maths and soil science, and post graduate studies in economics, politics and climatology. He has worked in earth sciences, mining and financial analysis for governments and several private companies. He is currently occupied with his wife in raising cattle and sheep, and is a non-executive director and small shareholder in a small Australian coal exploration company.
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