This is an article by me and Corey Bradshaw, published today in The Conversation. I’m republishing it here. Should nuclear energy be part of Australia’s (and many other countries’) future energy mix? We think so, particularly as part of a solution to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prevent dangerous climate change. But there are other […]
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Professor Barry W. Brook, Chair of Environmental Sustainability, University of Tasmania, Australia. email@example.com Professor Corey J.A. Bradshaw, Sir Hubert Wilkins Chair of Climate Change, The Environment Institute, The University of Adelaide, Australia. firstname.lastname@example.org An Open Letter to Environmentalists: As conservation scientists concerned with global depletion of biodiversity and the degradation of the human life-support system […]
Remember that Melbourne cup drop in electricity use? A half of one percent. Excuse me for not being blown away by this… If you have a problem, then work out a solution and execute it. That’s how people all over the world solve big problems.
The Left vs The Climate
I’m still in the process of moving house (I’ve now arrived in Tassie, but my furniture is still in transit…). But I have my Notebook computer, so I’m set, right? Anyway, on the weekend I had time, over a large coffee, to read through Will Boisvert‘s essay on pastoral fantasies and the alternative ‘high energy planet’ (a […]
Regular BNC commenter and my friend Geoff Russell (@csiroperfidy) has published a new book. It’s called “Greenjacked!: The derailing of environmental action on climate change“. The blurb: Today’s anti-nuclear movement began as the anti-atomic weapons movement in the late 1950s. At this time, DNA repair mechanisms were unknown and there was only one known cause of […]