New technologies are making carbon-heavy fuels more plentiful than ever. Can our planet survive?
Did David McWilliams feel like he was witnessing a train crash in slow motion when he highlighted the property bubble before its collapse. This is how groups like Wind Aware feel now.
Boys and girls from St Declan’s Community College in Kimacthomas, Co Waterford, were met by former student and current Waterford TD Paudie Coffey. Protesters from the school, left, presented Mr Coffey with a study conducted into pylons by an engineering firm.
Has anyone spelled out the alternatives to pylons and renewables, such as building a nuclear power station at Moneypoint and confining economic development to Dublin? Or just turning off all the lights and using candles?
Cuadrilla, one of the energy firms hoping to exploit the UK’s shale gas resources, has announced two new exploration sites in Lancashire.
The US state department has raised no major environmental objections to the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada, according to a new report. Environmentalists say the pipeline will lead to increased carbon emissions, contribute to global warming, and risk spills on its route.
Climate Change This Week: Banking On Clean Energy, Breathing China’s Pollution, and More! – The Huffington Post
We are not surprised they’ve pulled this stroke – Waterford, Ireland