Tuesday, 5 May 2020

Recent Energy and Environmental News

May 4, 2020/in EnergyEnvironment /

Our latest Energy & Environmental Newsletter is now available... For the full version of this issue, go here…  To review some of the highlights, see below.

Two COVID-19 upbeat specials:
Short video: COVID Rules

My votes for the most outstanding articles this cycle are:
Video/Report: Climate Curious 

New & Noteworthy re COVID-19: 

New York State and COVID-19 —

Greed Energy Economics —

Renewable Energy Health and Eco-system Consequences —

Nuclear Energy —

Natural Gas Energy —

Offshore Wind Energy —

Energy Misc —

More on Moore's Movie —

Earth Day at 50 —

Manmade Global Warming: Some Deceptions —
Video/Report: Climate Curious 

Manmade Global Warming: Misc —

US Politics and Socialism —

Other US Politics and Related —

Science and Misc Matters —
RIP: Fred Singer and Hal Doiron 

John Droz, jr.
physicist & citizen advocate

Note 1: We recommend reading the Newsletter on your computer, not your phone, as some documents (e.g. PDFs) are much easier to read on a large computer screen… We’ve tried to use common fonts, etc. to minimize display issues.
Note 2: Originally this was a monthly Newsletter. However, as pertinent material proliferated, it has been issued more frequently. As a guideline, once we collect a hundred worthwhile articles, a new Newsletter will be issued on the following Monday. Recently this has resulted in a once every three weeks frequency — and occasionally once every two weeks.
Note 3: To accommodate numerous requests received about prior articles, we’ve put together detailed archives — where you can search by year, or over the ten+ years of the Newsletter.
Note 4: Our intention is to put some balance into what most people see from the mainstream media about energy, environmental and education issues… If you want to know our perspective on current events, please read the Big Picture New Year/New Decade commentary.
Note 5: See this extensive list of reasonable books on climate change. As a parallel effort, we have also put together a list of some good books related to industrial wind energy.
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