Thought Piece

Before I give praise to John Droz and the “Energy & Environmental Newsletter” at masterresource.org, I must mention the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears game last night. It was 196th time they have played since 1921 and the Packers now have a two game lead. Classic game in a sneaky way, with a gold-leafed performance by the unofficial President of Wisconsin, One-legged Aaron Rodgers. Frankly, I felt like I was watching a Shakespeare drama with the narrative in the hands of a modern day poet athletic. I guess having his Lady Danica Patrick watching him in battle at Lambeau Field in the 4th quarter didn’t hurt.

Anyway, I have been developing a friendship with John Droz and his august friends and allies. Here is a link to his Newsletter. If I weren’t older, he would be my hero.

P.S. Paul Driessen’s presentation has received over 2,000 reads on my LinkedIn Web Site in the first 2 days.

Energy & Environmental Newsletter: September 10, 2018

By  — September 10, 2018

The Alliance for Wise Energy Decisions (AWED) is an informal coalition of individuals and organizations interested in improving national, state, and local energy and environmental policies. Our premise is that technical matters like these should be addressed by using Real Science (please consult WiseEnergy.org for more information).

A key element of AWED’s efforts is public education. Towards that end, every three weeks we put together a newsletter to balance what is found in the mainstream media about energy and the environment. We appreciate MasterResource for their assistance in publishing this information.

Some of the more important articles in this issue are:

A new Overview about Bats and Wind Turbines

Implications of Wind Development for Raptor Populations

EPA confirms GenX related compounds used in solar panels

Seven Ways EPA’s Affordable Clean Energy Rule is a Better Approach than the Clean Power Plan

Op-Ed: Finding ‘clean power’ is the least of New York’s energy worries

A Damning Report — Putting New Yorkers at Risk

Does Russia Deploy American Green Groups as Pawns?

Should Communist China be allowed to build and operate the largest wind project in Maine?

Offshore wind rush is irresponsible

Impact of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 on Electric Utility Rates

Short video: Climate Fraud At The New York Times

Science and Environmental Litigation

Law Enforcement for Rent

Short Alex Epstein Video: How to Debate a Climate Alarmist

Paris is No Longer Relevant

Microsoft finds Russians targeting some U.S. Conservative institutions

Australian Govt Promises To Abandon Green Subsidies & Ignore Climate Targets

We Will Not Debate — How Science Becomes Dogma

Canada’s Climate Plan In Freefall As Alberta Pulls Out

Meet the Newest Member of Trump’s National Security Team

 

Greed Energy Economics:

Impact of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 on Electric Utility Rates

New York Must Integrate Public Policy Goals into Competitive Wholesale Electricity Markets

The Beginning of the End for Subsidized Renewables

Trump tax cuts to shave $1.2 billion from Texas electricity bills

The Nightmare of Taxing Carbon Dioxide

Upstate NY pays the freight for Long Island Offshore Wind Boondoggle

Short Circuit: The High Cost of Electric Vehicle Subsidies

Innovation Is Making Solar Panels Harder To Recycle

Solar Power Too Cheap to Meter? Another Green Dream

Mayor vetoes renewable electricity law, calling it unaffordable and unattainable

 

Turbine Health Matters:

Use of the Nor848A acoustic camera on wind turbines

MA State Agency Finds Flaws In Turbine Noise Study

Western NY Health alliance voices turbine concerns

 

Renewable Energy Destroying Ecosystems:

A new Overview about Bats and Wind Turbines

Bats Go Quiet During Mating Season

Mysterious Deaths of Migrating Bats

Thousands of bats are killed by wind turbines every year because they are drawn to red warning light

Living in habitats affected by wind turbines may result in an increase in corticosterone levels in ground dwelling animals

The Indirect Impacts of Wind Projects on Terrestrial Mammals

Raptor Interactions With Wind Energy: Case Studies From Around the World

Implications of Wind Development for Raptor Populations

Bird collisions at wind turbines in a mountainous area…

Impacts of wind turbines on redheads in the Laguna Madre

A balanced solution to the cumulative threat of industrialized wind farm development on cinereous vultures

Developer plan aims to reduce number of eagles, bats killed by wind turbines

Fisheries science needs to catch up with offshore wind power

Offshore wind rush is irresponsible

Great Lakes wind project at issue over birds and bats, headed into hearings

Offshore Wind Story – Wind Rush

EPA confirms GenX-related compounds used in solar panels

Chemicals (e.g. from solar) in drinking water pose serious public health threat

 

Miscellaneous Energy News:

Seven Ways EPA’s Affordable Clean Energy Rule is a Better Approach than the Clean Power Plan

Does Russia Deploy American Green Groups as Pawns?

Op-Ed: Finding ‘clean power’ is the least of New York’s energy worries

Should Communist China be allowed to build and operate the largest wind project in Maine?

A Damning Report — Putting New Yorkers at Risk

EPA Proposal: Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) Rule

Trump Emissions Plan Aims to Boost Coal-Fired Power

Humorous commentaries on the abuses by utility companies

America First Energy Conference – ‘an amazing day

Military — Indiana Air National Guard studies proposed wind project

DOE — 2017 Wind Energy Report

The Supreme Court, ‘Clean’ Energy, and the Clean Air Act

All-renewable energy in California? Sorry, it’s not going to happen

California Moves to Require 100% Clean Electricity by 2045

California lawmakers pass bill to phase out fossil fuels by 2045

Energy Socialism Kills

Coal hits the political fan in Germany

Wind Developer Appears to be Violating State Law

Trade bodies hit out at UK Govt as onshore wind turbines set to plummet

7 out of 10 French Wind Projects Under Appeal

An interesting map — Carbon intensity electricity of some of the world

Colorado College Students Polled support Coal by a wide margin

Archive: US & France sign 2018 Nuclear Power Agreement

Who Killed the UK Modular Nuclear Program?

VA Board Denies Permit for Solar Project

Largest offshore wind project opens off England’s coast

Scottish tidal turbine generating ‘phenomenal result’

Short video — Ethanol Pig

There’s Nothing Nice (or Smart) About the “Keep It in the Ground” Gang

How Prosperity Can Save the Planet

 

Manmade Global Warming Articles:

Short video: Climate Fraud At The New York Times

Science and Environmental Litigation

Law Enforcement for Rent

Short Alex Epstein Video: How to Debate a Climate Alarmist

Paris is No Longer Relevant

Microsoft finds Russians targeting some U.S. Conservative institutions

Australian Govt Promises To Abandon Green Subsidies & Ignore Climate Targets

We Will Not Debate — How Science Becomes Dogma

Canada’s Climate Plan In Freefall As Alberta Pulls Out

Meet the Newest Member of Trump’s National Security Team

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull Ousted Over Climate Policy

Climate Alarmists Throw Temper Tantrum, Refuse To Debate Skeptics

Global-Warming Advocates Pressure Media to Silence Skeptics

Merkel Rejects EU Proposals for Stricter CO2 Standards

Petition: Protect Free Speech in the Digital Public Square

How President Trump Can Take on the Tech Tyrants

Russia and China are Causing Climate Change, Not the US

Are Western Wildfires Driven by Global Warming—Manmade or Otherwise?

The real story behind the famous starving polar-bear video

Settled Science Nonsense

Bloomberg accused of hijacking justice system re climate-change

Millennials Are Breaking Free from the Thought Police

The NYT Latest Attempt to Scare Readers about Climate Change – Exposed

Greenland Gains Huge Amounts Of Ice For The Second Year In A Row

Endangerment Finding delenda est

A Double Standard At The Heart Of Some Scientific Journals

Trump Taps Climate Science Critic as Top Adviser

Potential Winners and Losers in the U.S.-Mexico Trade Deal

New Paris climate agreement proposal would ‘let rich countries off the hook’

New Report Shows Paris Climate Accord Backers Are Just ‘Outsourcing’ CO2 Emissions To China

Paris Agreement “On the Brink”

 

 

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