NUCLEAR NONSENSE 3

    Citigroup are not often listed in the pantheon of environmental campaigning organisations. Even among bankers they have a reputation for being hardnosed. So it was with some interest that I recently came across a report on the solar industry they published earlier this year. It should have received […]

OF WOODS AND TREES

    No-one one would normally look for an insightful breakthrough on global issues inside a G8 communique. These are typically boilerplate texts, long on noble aspirations and short on actionable commitments. This year’s version does however contain an important, and largely overlooked, sentence with significant implications. Buried way down […]

NUCLEAR NONSENSE 2

    Actually, this should properly be called more of the same nuclear nonsense. Writing in the Guardian Michael Hanlon on May 2nd describes in some detail the rate of closure of Britain’s existing nuclear power stations. This is a primary cause of ‘an energy crisis that is anything but […]

NUCLEAR NONSENSE 1.

The British media has become so impoverished  that it can no longer be relied on to do a decent job of challenging the nonsense purveyed by politicians, government officials, the nuclear industry and others about nuclear power. As an antidote to this I will be publishing an occasional blog that […]