• In all the smoke about fracking there are only one or two facts about the way things are that clearly decide the matter - questions about earthquakes, or visual intrusion of drilling rigs, or the possible pollution of ground water, or even the economic viability of extracting gas locked up in micro pores in rock are all just hot air.

  • A response to a hand-waving post on the GP members website saying how 51% (figure open to debate if anyone cares) of anthropogenic carbon emissions are caused by animal agriculture and so we should focus on policies to promote less meat eating. Typical tree seeing wood missed stuff...