Companies like to tout their corporate values, which often include terms such as ‘authentic’ and ‘green’. But what do these words actually mean? … Click to view the online interactive […]
It is impossible to track the parade of headlines warning of the accelerating destruction of the earth’s various life-support systems and not—at least on occasion—succumb to despair. Jørgen Randers cowrote […]
Texas has a tough climate. Throughout human habitation here, people have regularly suffered through extended periods of drought followed by violent flooding and storms. But, with all things being equal, […]
If you haven’t yet, read my critique of ongoing nuke industry efforts across the great state of Texas. Loving that The Daily Climate rolled it into their feed. I’d blush […]
Denying a request for further study of a radioactive waste repository in the lower Panhandle before opening it for full-fledged dumping, two of three Texas Council for Environmental Quality commissioners […]
Countering popular claims that environmentalists are just a bunch of hairy nay-sayers, the Sierra Club release also offered alternatives for North Texas power deciders: Solar, wind, efficiency. Sounds a lot like the direction South Texas had been heading.
Well, chalk another one up for Energy City: Houston is now also where Global Warming solutions are being proffered, thanks to legislation filed by State Senator Rodney Ellis.
So all eyes shift to Obama where murkier statements on nuclear’s roll in the national energy mix began to clarify with Dr. Chu now in ascendancy.
You can see a couple more Oliver toons at golliver’s cartoons. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: ::
Okay. I have a lot to answer for. For starters, I cry out when I am terrified by the careening industrial machine and what it is doing to this planet. […]
I just submitted this to atmo.sphere, where Texas’ state climatologist has a blog. I thought some of you may be interested. (And, yes, I could have spent a few minutes […]
The oxygen-starved “cloud” — hypoxia explosion, or dead zone — at the bottom of the mighty Mississip’ was nearly 8,000 square miles last summer, about the size of New Jersey. […]
While SA politicos and our econo-bio community have expressed unqualified support for N-BAF, North Carolina physicians and are not thrilled by chances of the germ lab coming to their state. […]