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Órgiva’s seedy side

How many of the (mainly) men, showing off their chilli eating prowess at Órgiva’s first chilli festival were able to reflect on the significance of what was behind the event, as the heat engulfed them, was doubtful. 404 more words

When issue management becomes war on activists

Conflict between industrial development and conservation has long been a battlefield between environmentalists, big business and big government. But the escalating ”war” against activists is a real threat to democracy and legitimate issue debate. 471 more words

Issue Management


This patch of gorgeous sea and sky is sandwiched between an aluminum smelter (just out of frame at right) & a 200,000 ton coal exporting facility (just to the left). 32 more words

Count on the bamster to put on a pretty silly production

Remind you of all the gassy speeches he gives? A big gas of a green energy symposium/celebration.

What’s to celebrate? The death of birds by the thousands on a fool’s errand to mar the landscape with mirrors/panels/turbines that cost a lot, and produce much less than their vaunted rated capacity? 7 more words


More on the WOTUS injunction

You can always count on a judge to find a way if, in fact he wants to.

Of course we agree with this one–EPA has no business regulating the land that may have puddles on it after a heavy rain. 50 more words


James Taylor shoots down lies from Environmental Defense Fund on warming

Nice work, James, but I expect such excellent analysis from a guy who has been in the trenches on this battle for so many years. Your work is inestimable and you are invaluable.

Climate Change

Meatless Mondays: Grilled Peach & Arugula Salad

Peach season is almost coming to an end, so you better heed my advice and make this salad pronto. In my humble opinion, there is nothing better than a juicy, ripe peach. 249 more words