Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Read the Amici Curiae brief, State of California vs BP; Case Dismissed

“Big oil” global warming conspiracy case dismissed

“The cities’ suits against oil companies, however, do not show an industry conspiracy to suppress climate science from the public, U.S. District Judge William Alsup said, according to journalists who attended the hearing.” click here

It’s time to “about-Facebook”

About-Face:  a 180° turn to the right from the position of attention, to reverse direction

“When you are in charge of something, be it a Girl Scout troop or one of the most powerful tech companies in the world, the only way to stay out of trouble is with simple and clear rules applied equally. By not doing this, Zuckerberg has wrapped himself ’round his own axle.” click here

Time to move on from Facebook.

Global warming goes on trial in California

“Global warming goes on trial at 8.00 am this Wednesday, 21 March 2018, in Court 8 on the 19th floor of the Federal Building at 450 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco. Court 8 is the largest of the courtrooms in the Federal District Court of Northern California. They’re clearly expecting a crowd. The 8 am start, rather than the usual 10 am, is because the judge in the case is an early bird.” click here

The Maldives Islands will soon be underwater

“Climate experts say the 1,196 Maldives islands will be drowned no later than this year.” click here

USEPA revises New Source Review (NSR) guidance, simplifies permitting

The Environmental Protection Agency issued a guidance to clear up uncertainties in obtaining air quality permits required to build or modify facilities, like power plants and refineries. click here

Wind turbines have serious negative effects on wildlife and habitat

“If human well-being and life satisfaction is seriously compromised by the nearby presence of a wind turbine, imagine the physiological effects on birds, bats, and land-dwelling mammals in general. Six new papers expose the systematic destruction of natural wildlife habitats via the installation of wind turbines.” click here