climate change

California's "Polluters Pay Climate Cost Recovery Act of 2024," also known as Senate Bill 1497, would supposedly hold fossil fuel polluters accountable for the climate damages caused by their products.

Recently, I spoke with John Batchelor on his radio program about a novel solution to combat climate change developed with my MIT classmate, Tom Hafer, an engineer and skilled systems developer.

My children both want homes, but they, like many of their generation, find that this American dream is beyond their reach. Why is housing so expensive?

Because climate-change deniers are no longer able to say, with a straight face, that the climate isn’t changing, they resort to a host of irrelevancies. First, it was that the phenomenon was natural, the climate has always changed.

Join host Cameron English, Dr. Chuck Dinerstein and Dr. Josh Bloom as they break down these stories on Episode 59 of the Science Dispatch podcast:

Climate Change

This issue has been with us for decades and now results in much wringing of hands and gnashing of teeth. My concerns include the need to consider energy systems globally rather than locally.

I am a huge fan of The Fourth Turning, a consideration of whether there is a cycle to history – are our times linear, circular, or, as they claim, spiral?

In a May Senate hearing, Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) managed to extract from the deputy energy secretary three critical admissions concerning emissions.

Join host Cameron English, Dr. Chuck Dinerstein and Dr. Barbara Pfeffer Billauer as they break down these stories on Episode 50 of the Science Dispatch podcast:

Mainstream science reporting is generally awful.