Monthly Archives: May 2016

On the global climate change math supporting BC LNG

Nov 4, 2016 I am re-posting this blog with the news that Woodfibre LNG has just been approved. The post below refers to the PNG LNG project which was only proposed to use electricity to compress its gas. Woodfibre LNG … Continue reading

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On #elbowgate and Crybullies in the environmental and political spheres

Yesterday Canadians were introduced to a relatively new phenomenon. One that is well known to anyone in the resource extraction industries or with right-of-center views but is much less well known elsewhere: the concept of crybullying and the existence of … Continue reading

Posted in Climate Change, Climate Change Politics, Uncategorized | 17 Comments

On climate change, forest fires and the scientific method

As regular readers of my blog know, I have spent the last few days being lambasted by any number of climate activists, social scientists and Google experts about my examination of the science behind the cause of the fire in … Continue reading

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On the profound illogic of the “attack-first” climate activists

Last night I wrote a shorter version of my Fort McMurray fire article for my regular blog at the Huffington Post titled: We Can’t Blame Climate Change For The Fort McMurray Fires. [As always, I had no say in the … Continue reading

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On fighting climate change, running a marathon and climate activists crying “wolf”

My most recent post on the Fort McMurray fire lit up my social media feed and the most interesting replies came from a number of climate activists who suggested that I was going about my blogging all wrong (“walking the … Continue reading

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On forest fires climate activist aren’t just insensitive, they are also wrong

As anyone with any awareness of Canadian events knows, the City of Fort McMurray has undergone a complete evacuation because of an out-of-control wildfire. The news has kept me with one eye locked on my media feed as I have marveled … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Politics, Climate Change, Climate Change Politics, General Politics, Uncategorized | 68 Comments