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There is so much to be angry about, if you are a clean energy guy. Every day, so many things that happen around the world make me angry when I look at them with lenses colored by the climate change chaos unfolding everywhere around us. And I am especially angry because I know we can solve the climate change crisis if we were only trying.Each week, I will share with you a few topics that struck me and that I was very angry about – and this will generally have to do with climate change, solar ...
 
Marita Noon Since accepting the position of Executive Director for the Albuquerque-based Citizens’ Alliance for Responsible Energy (CARE) in 2007, Marita’s influence has grown beyond the borders of New Mexico. Her commentaries on energy, politics and their impact on the economy are read by thousands of people each week on many online commentary sites and in newspapers from coast-to-coast. She’s written more on Obama’s green-energy crony-corruption scandal than any other single entity. Marita ...
 
Join the Fairewinds Crew as we discuss our energy future. Due to climate change, the world is transitioning away from fossil fuels, and the nuclear industry with its government regulators have pushed for an atomic energy takeover. In this podcast, the Fairewinds Crew uncovers the true risk of nuclear power from unregulated atomic operations, and seedy backroom deals amongst nuclear energy insiders to the enormous financial burden and health cost imposed on the public by atomic power for the ...
 
This is the podcast dedicated to the global cleanweb community. Cleanweb is the use of connected Information Technology to help address resource and sustainable challenges. In this podcast, we shine a light on the products and services with a cleanweb focus. Once a week, the spotlight will be on the leaders of the cleanweb movement. This will accelerate the take up of new and exciting solutions moving us towards a sustainable way of living. Through this weekly series Woon hopes to inspire th ...
 
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With an estimated $30 trillion in assets under management, the insurance industry is a huge (but mostly invisible) force in influencing the direction of the global economy. Yet insurance companies are doing incredibly little to fight climate change - and get away with it: Out of the largest 30 insurers in the world, 29 pretty much do not take the P…
 
If you listen to banks and their explanations of they are doing about climate change, you might get the impression that most "get it" and are fighting it shoulder-to-shoulder with the rest of humanity. In fact, banks are funding enough carbon-intensive projects and companies to guarantee a 4°C rise or above in global warming, with their eyes wide o…
 
"Fresh air" is a myth. In reality, 90% of us (worldwide) are breathing dirty air on a permanent basis. Because we can't see the pollution in our air, we don't tend to think about it enough. But our air is weakening all of us and killing 7 million a year, as well as placing an undue burden on health systems in every country. This has to stop and it …
 
The latest, newest attacks against clean energy, namely “Oh my God, what are we going to do with all those solar panels and wind turbines and batteries at the end of their lives” and "Oh my God, what about the mining practices employed to get the materials necessary for clean energy ” are, in one word, bollocks. In Episode 42 of The Angry Clean Ene…
 
October, 2020 marked the end of an era: The world’s largest solar and wind power generator, the US utility NextEra, surpassed ExxonMobil - literally the embodiment of Big Oil's recklessness and once the most valuable company on earth - in stock market worth: It took a pandemic to show the markets that the time for clean energy and clean air is righ…
 
Do you know about Equinor's newest and exciting projects in the North Sea, and its US partnership with BP?Matei Negrescu, Head of Area Development North Sea, New Energy Solutions at Equinor shares Equinor's latest offshore wind updates and future investment plans.Furthermore, he uses his experience in oil, gas and renewables, to describe their co-d…
 
Indonesia, population 270m and basking in abundant sunshine most of the year while stretched across the Equator, has less installed solar power capacity (198MW) than Finland (215MW), an Arctic country with just 5.5m people. That's one of the reasons South East Asia remains the global laggard on renewable energy while at the same time threatening to…
 
I am sharing good news on this podcast: Natural gas is done in 10 years. Certainly in Europe. Give it another 5 years on top and it will also be done in Asia and in the US too. It’s going the same way as coal. Why? In short, because the information fog is lifting after decades of obfuscation: We now know it's about as dirty as coal. Whoever named i…
 
Have you heard about how AI and Machine Learning shake the waters in the Energy industry? Philippe Herve, VP of Sparkcognition talks about Sparkcognition's partnership with BP, how AI skyrockets productivity in oil & gas, successful examples of AI implementation in E&P and what the future holds for automation.…
 
The plastic industry says it’s a "hero" of the coronavirus pandemic. What is driving this propaganda? Single-use plastic is a big chunk of the future demand for oil forecast by OPEC or by the International Energy Agency and their other friends trying to cook the books. So if you take out single-use plastic, future demand for oil and gas will declin…
 
Recently, an open letter from dozens of investors, business leaders, researchers and climate policy advocates accused the International Energy Agency, a Paris-based intergovernmental organization mistakenly labelled as "authoritative", of marginalizing key climate goals in its research. They were being too polite: The IEA is a very dangerous organi…
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on the incredible resilience of renewable energy in the midst of a pandemic, and why that means its rise will accelerate further post COVID-19; and on the incredible non-resilience of the airline industry, its irresponsible and reckless mis-management and why the earthquake in its midst means it has already seen its carbo…
 
In our arsenal of anti-virus weapons, a powerful force is emerging. It’s one of the most hygienic alternatives for the prevention of the virus and it’s changing the world before our eyes. This not-so-secret weapon is cheap and promotes cleaner air. It's healthy. It allows us to move about. It contributes powerfully to the fight against climate chan…
 
"If you want a proper adaptation strategy to the Coronavirus, then you must finally properly tackle climate change. There. I said it." In this Episode 34, The Angry Clean Energy Guy describes what the "exit strategy" is for the global Coronavirus lockdown and how this exit strategy is so similar to the one from climate change; and then he describes…
 
Twenty five per cent of the western world could be unemployed by the end of March: COVID19 shows that society failed to provide, to most, secure jobs and pensions, income support, skills training, clean air, clean water and healthy food. We must change the way we work, move, eat and live and do capitalism differently, by focusing on people not corp…
 
What do Amazon, Microsoft, Finnair, Teck Frontier, Llyods Bank, Equinor and Singapore have in common? Buried in the news so far in 2020, there's been a deluge of good climate change developments around the world, signifying a clear uptick in momentum in the fight against global heating. In Episode 32, The Angry Clean Energy Guy, less angry for once…
 
There is so much anti-electric vehicles propaganda around, I’ve started hearing kids repeating it recently: “Oh, EVs aren’t clean because of how batteries are made" and "oh, we don’t know what to do with batteries when discarded.” In this Episode 31, The Angry Clean Energy Guy sets out why this is propaganda; where it's coming from; why it's flat o…
 
Big Data, machine learning and Artificial Intelligence are being harnessed by Big Tech in an unholy alliance with Big Oil aimed at increasing oil & gas production, climate emergency be damned. This Episode tells you much more about that, as well as about how we can derail this alliance. Hero of the Week: Ursula von der Leyen, President of the Europ…
 
A cataclysmic event (well, sort of) happened recently: The largest multi-lateral lender in the world, the European Investment Bank, said no to lending more money to oil, gas and coal. Why cataclysmic? It’s the gas bit. Because we’ve been told, time and time again, by oil companies that “natural gas” is clean, or is a bridge to a cleaner future. Now…
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on insects, what they do for us, why we should love them and how new shock findings confirm that we are in the middle of an insect Armageddon of planetary ecological breakdown proportions. Hero of the Week: James Shaw, Minister of Climate Change of New Zealand, for working on a new regime that would require companies to a…
 
On how in 1982, Exxon Mobil published a beautiful 46 page report and estimated with stunning accuracy that the atmosphere would contain 415 parts per million of carbon dioxide this year. Then: They lied; They lobbied; They corrupted; They profited. And so we ended up, in 2019, with a climate emergency. Hero of the Week: 1,000 Australian engineers r…
 
On (almost) everything you need to know about the dangerous global boom taking place in the petrochemicals industry, the plastic myths and cons it peddles and (some of) what we should do about it. Hero of the Week: Ban ki-Moon for acting on climate in South Korea. Villain of the Week: Liv Lønnum, Deputy Minister in the Norwegian Ministry of Petrole…
 
On the Saudi Aramco IPO, what it is, its risks, valuation, flawed rationale and why the IPO of the third largest polluter in history, in the era of fighting climate change, is pure hubris and greed. Hero of the Week: Every person that went out for a climate strike worldwide, notwithstanding the deafening silence in Asia. Villain of the Week: Norway…
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on a major recent development and a precursor of what’s coming for Big Oil everywhere, namely Shell and Exxon having their social license to operate dirty and dangerous gas fields revoked in Groningen in the Netherlands; and on China’s Belt and Road initiative and the bad rap it gets for being environmentally unfriendly. …
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on the other planetary emergency coming to us via Brazil, the decimation of 500,000,000 bees through the use of pesticides illegal elsewhere; on how Costa Rica offers hope to the burning Amazon Rainforest; on using plastic waste to pay for bus fares in Indonesia and Ecuador; and on a huge health warning sign I wrote that …
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on the climate change lawsuits tsunami spreading around the world to hold polluters to account; and on plastic particles falling out of the sky with snow in the Arctic and plastic raining on the Rocky Mountains and on the Pyrenees mountains - and what to do about it. Hero of the Week: Medi Bastoni, a 43-year-old father of…
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on amazing reforestation initiatives in Pakistan, India, China, Ethiopia, Europe as well as the Great Green Wall from Senegal to Djibouti, the amazing lack of reforestation in the US and Russia and the criminal destruction of the Brazilian Amazon rainforest; on the climate movement's propensity to attack each other instea…
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on the inexorable and intolerable continuing rise of emissions 27 years after the Earth Summit of 1992 in Rio de Janeiro; and on the RE 100, the best global initiative to fight back against catastrophic climate change by bringing together major businesses driving the world to 100% renewable electricity. Winner of the Week…
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on a virus infecting sustainability: Big Oil are deliberately poisoning what sustainability means, diluting its impact and reach, and they are doing that in plain sight, borrowing the language and applying it to terrible initiatives and companies all designed to propagate our use of harmful fossil fuels and indeed increas…
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on the weirdest, strangest and most violent climate chaos apparent everywhere in June in China, India, Pakistan, the United States, Europe, Russia, Japan, the Arctic, Antarctic and Greenland - seemingly with not a single news outlet connecting the dots. Winner of the week: Insurers Chubb for being the first US insurer to …
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy names and shames top fashion brands and describes why the fashion and garments industry is a horror show from a climate change and environmental perspective. Villain of the week: Shell Oil, who think they are smarter than everyone else, now greenwashing by pretending to sell "responsible" dirty gas cargoes, as if that cou…
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on the (very) dirty secret of luxury cruises which are in fact just punctured garbage bins on water; on New York State's aggressive 100% renewable energy mandate and on Canada's parliament voting that we are in a climate emergency one day then finding it perfectly normal to approve a massive pipeline for filthy tar sands …
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on the impact of climate change so far in June (and just June) on India, Pakistan, China, Finland, Russia, Australia and the US - and how these major climate impacts are seemingly broadly ignored by the media even though they dwarf in importance what counts as news these days; on the $200 billion value destruction at GE, …
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on what the climate movement must learn (but hasn't, yet) from the fight against HIV /AIDS: The battle against Big Pharma was won in a way that offers important lessons for the fight against Big Coal, Big Oil and Big Gas. Hero of the week: Dr. Michael Mann, director of the Earth System Science Center at Pennsylvania State…
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on electric bicycles; palm oil, deforestation, haze and climate change; “natural” gas and why the re-branding of methane gas into “natural” gas can’t hide the fact that methane gas is CO2 on steroids. Hero of the week: Jerry Taylor, who spent most of his professional life arguing against climate action, then changed his m…
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on dolphins dying en masse in Peru because of offshore oil & gas exploration techniques and in France because of industrial fishing; on why green bonds do more harm than goods; on lyin' coal companies and the forked tongues at BP Oil; and on electric buses and why they should be deployed everywhere right now…
 
The Angry Clean Energy Guy on the human race reaching the highest levels of planet-warming gases in our atmosphere in human history; on an Exxon scientific paper from 1982 accurately predicting we would be there in 2019; on how much cash, lungs and lives we are granting Big Oil free of charge to destroy the planet; and on the Bintang supermarket in…
 
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