Once A Dinosaur Always A Dinosaur

March 31, 2006By Andy RowellBlog Post

Is Exxon changing its stance on climate change under new chairman Rex Tillerson? That is the question posed yesterday by the New York Times. “If Rex W. Tillerson has his way, Exxon Mobil will no longer be the oil company that environmentalists love to hate … Mr. Tillerson has gone out of his way to … Read More

More Comments in the Great Debate on Climate

March 30, 2006By Andy RowellBlog Post

More insightful comments from readers in today’s Independent: “The scientific background to the climate change debate is rather frightening, so that those with knowledge and power are stunned by the problems ahead. If they are not addressed, I foresee the breakdown of civilisation as we know it”.

Climate Change – Have Your Say

March 29, 2006By Andy RowellBlog Post

Yesterday, The Independent newspaper in the UK did something rather amazing – it asked it’s readers for their views. Rather than giving readers the usual dose of opinion from the great and the good, the paper asked for the opinion of its readers. And they asked it on the most pressing issue of all: Climate … Read More

Be Worried, Be Very Worried

March 28, 2006By Andy RowellBlog Post

Polar Ice Caps Are Melting Faster Than Ever… More And More Land Is Being Devastated By Drought… Rising Waters Are Drowning Low-Lying Communities… By Any Measure, Earth Is At … The Tipping Point … The climate is crashing, and global warming is to blame. Why the crisis hit so soon–and what we can do about … Read More

Blown Away By the Wind

March 28, 2006By Andy RowellBlog Post

Good news from Britain’s wind energy. It is set to exceed expectations with 50% more wind farms powering British homes and industry by 2010 than predicted four years ago, according to new figures published by the British Wind Energy Association (BWEA).