Sarah Peake and the Danish green fairy tale

By Bruce M. Everett At a recent Harwich meeting, state Rep. Sarah Peake, D-Provincetown, praised the proposed “Green New Deal” to move the U.S. to 100 percent zero-emission energy within 10 years. (Ignore for now the other Green New Deal proposals for guaranteed jobs, free health care and college, the elimination of poverty, etc.) Ms. 

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Funds target CO2 capture systems research

By Douglas Clark The Department of Energy (DOE) has earmarked up to $30 million for  research and development (R&D) related to front-end engineering design (FEED) studies for carbon dioxide (CO2) capture systems. “With the Department’s ongoing investment in advanced carbon capture technologies, we will ensure that we can continue using our abundant domestic resources to 

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Major cosmic impact 12,800 years ago

When UC Santa Barbara geology professor emeritus James Kennett and colleagues set out years ago to examine signs of a major cosmic impact that occurred toward the end of the Pleistocene epoch, little did they know just how far-reaching the projected climatic effect would be. “It’s much more extreme than I ever thought when I 

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Trump tweet boosts CO2-loving gadfly

By Scott Waldman President Trump is dismissing climate science in the same way he attacks news reports that don’t portray him in a flattering light: by calling it “fake.” In a tweet yesterday, Trump quoted something Patrick Moore, who has long attacked climate science using his credentials as a Greenpeace activist in the early 1970s, 

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‘Carbon Dioxide is the Real Green Deal’ Says Climate Expert

By Ilene Eng Part of the New Green Deal aims to replace all cars and airplanes with zero-greenhouse gas transportation like electric cars and high-speed rail. It implies that carbon dioxide is doing us more overall harm than good. However, research shows that CO2 is more important than we realize. In response to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s 

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