Environmentalists are Wrong about Port Ambrose LNG

January 13, 2015 by Edward Dodge

Greens and LNG Transportation

The proposed Port Ambrose deepwater LNG terminal near New York City has been denounced by environmentalists as a dirty and dangerous export terminal in disguise. The reality is that LNG is the safest and cleanest fuel available and natural gas is critical in efforts to eliminate air pollution.[read more]

It's Time for Environmentalists to Give Nuclear a Fair Go

December 20, 2014 by Barry Brook

Greens and Nuclear Energy

Should the development and use of nuclear energy be part of Australia’s (and many other countries’) future energy mix? We think so, particularly as part of a realistic solution to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prevent dangerous climate change.[read more]

As Emissions Fall, Greens Increasingly Embrace Shale Gas

May 16, 2014 by Steve Everley

For many years, environmental activists have pushed for bans, moratoria, or other restrictions on fracking, alleging the process is a threat to public health and the environment. But in recent months, increasing numbers of environmentalists have distanced themselves from the “ban fracking” agenda.[read more]