Energy: A world without fossil fuels?

Fossil fuels have powered the UK for over 400 years and are predictable, reliable sources that supply our energy just when we need it. Today, coal, oil and gas provide 85% of our energy. But these sources take millions of years to form and we’re using them very quickly. What’s more, burning them produces carbon […]

Bharat Bandh on 8th January

10 central trade unions have decided to go on strike Wednesday 8th January 2020. The unions said that nearly 25 crore people will participate in the strike against the government. They are against the government because, instead of amending laws for the betterment of workers and general citizens, the government is amending laws to suit […]

Gov’t to invest US$ 51 bil. through public institutions in 2020, mostly on building, energy sectors

the South Korean government will invest more money through public institutions this year in order to support jobs and keep the economy rolling at a meeting with relevant ministries today Finance Minister hounam ji said the institutions will invest nearly 51 billion US dollars this year mostly on social overhead capital and the energy sector […]

Drop Green Energy For ‘Real’ Energy

speaking of a conservative think tanks as the manhattan institute manhattan nations to dot org and diana first got brought is with us is a senior fellow at the manhattan institute and what about the program greatly radio you wrote a piece suggesting that president obama uh… specifically i’m assuming that you really mean congress […]

Regulating Monopolies: A History of Electricity Regulation – Learn Liberty

One way we usually associate with government intervention or government activity is the regulation of monopolies. And we think of legislation like the Sherman Antitrust Act as a way that we control the growth of monopoly, market power, and the ability of firms to come to dominate one industry. The history of this kind of […]

Flexible Solar Cells Could Be Woven Into Clothes

this is a fascinating science story the first flexible fiberoptic solar cells that can be woven into clothes are being developed this is but on international team of engineers this is a physicists and chemists were developed the first five rocket solar cell these are their they human hair they’re flexible and they produce electricity […]

Political bloggers

♪♪ Partisan tensions raging in Washington with impeachment hearings. But what are the issues and policies driving the Iowa electorate ahead of 2020? We sit down with a pair of Iowa online political writers, Laura Belin and Shane Vander Hart, on this edition of Iowa Press. Funding for Iowa Press was provided by Friends, the […]

Are We Doomed?

This environmental catastrophe bearing down on us I keep hearing that we’re killing the earth How dare you. You have stolen my dreams and my childhood But wait, I’ve been a consumer reporter for years, I’ve covered so many scares. Plague, famine, and perpetual war will kill us. We’re going to run out of oil. […]

Fox News Mislabels Japanese Nightclub as Nuclear Power Plant

In the meantime, to stick with this but to show you the absurdity of some of the reporting we’re getting, instead of talking about Republicans wanting to relax safety regulations on nuclear power, Fox decides to do something else. They decide to put up an image of different nuclear plants in Japan. And we have […]

National Solar Schools Program – St Pauls Catholic College

Voiceover (Male): Four years ago we participated in the National Solar Schools Program and we decided to split the grant four ways so we had a range of sustainable options and one was to produce electricity from solar panels. We also have a solar panel which heats water, and we also put in energy-efficient lighting […]