Some Recent Energy & Environmental News

I hope you enjoy the latest Energy and Environmental Newsletter. Note: this issue has a special section about the EPA and Scott Pruitt.

Some of the more interesting Energy related articles are:

Wind and Solar Require Massive Subsidies

Renewable energy seeks demand, investment to survive Trump squeeze

Technical Experts: Wind Turbines Pose “Significant Danger” To Environment

Video: Wind Turbine Infrasound

Even ‘clean’ and ‘green’ energy have an environmental impact

Energy development: free market purists vs the state

The Electric Power Struggle

Two North Texas wind projects cancelled due to military concerns

The Incredible Scam of Rooftop Solar

Magical Wind Power: Illusions versus Reality

Ontario’s new premier must save the province

The BP 2018 Statistical Review, electricity and CO2 emissions

China’s Renewable Energy Growth Isn’t as Good as It Seems

Successful passage of an important US Nuclear bill

If Nuclear Power Is So Safe, Why Are We So Afraid Of It?

German Study: Compendium for a Sensible Energy Policy

Some of the more informative Global Warming articles are:

More proof that Wind and Solar won’t fix climate change

Study: How One Flawed Climate Study Fooled the Media

Note 1: We recommend reading the Newsletter on your computer, not your phone. Some documents (e.g. PDFs) are easier to read on a computer. We’ve tried to use common fonts, etc to minimize issues.

Note 2: Our intention is to put some balance into what most people see from the mainstream media about energy and environmental issues… As always, please pass this on to open-minded citizens, and on your social media sites. If there are others who you think would benefit from being on our energy & environmental email list, please let me know. If at any time you’d like to be taken off this list, simply send me an email saying that.

Note 3: This Newsletter is intended to supplement the material on our website, The most important page there is the Key Documents page.

Note 4: I am not an attorney, so no material appearing in any of the Newsletters (or our website) should be construed as giving legal advice. My recommendation has always been: consult a competent attorney when you are involved with legal issues.

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