Monday’s Links: Suing Exxon (Again). . . Changing Cities. . . Nuclear Power

Minnesota AG sues Exxon, Koch, and Petroleum Institute over climate change. (Shifting attention maybe?)

Climate activities must adopt nuclear power, says Michael Shellenberger in Quillette.

City Journal tells us how the urban environment will change. Think: decaying malls.

High-flying shale oil company seeks bankruptcy. protection.

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Michael Shellenberger Critiques Radical Environmentalists

John Tierney and Joel Kotkin review Apocalypse Never: Why Environmental Alarmism Hurts Us All, by Michael Shellenberger. Tierney (in the Wall Street Journal) writes:

“He chronicles environmental progress around the world and crisply debunks myth after gloomy myth,” writes Tierney. “No, we are not in the midst of the ‘sixth mass extinction,’ because only 0.001% of the planet’s species go extinct annually. Continue reading “Michael Shellenberger Critiques Radical Environmentalists”

Nuclear energy . . . the Great American Outdoors bill . . . Anesthetics can change climate?

Nuclear Power Plant Cooling Towers

Nuclear energy may be safer than we think, says a new study from the Global Warming Policy Foundation.

A reason to support the Great American Outdoors bill, just passed by the Senate: it would fund maintenance of our national parks, says PERC’s Brian Yablonski on Fox News.

Religious diversion? The Vatican recommends divestment from fossil fuels.

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