Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Law of unintended consequences

Last year the growing season for hay, straw and sileage was very short and there was a forecast of a shortage with price rises from some suppliers. In 2016 two hundred and fifty thousands tons of straw  went to biomass. … Continue reading

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A critique of Ruth Davidson

Ruth Davidson has garnered a great deal of support for Scottish Conservatives but on Climate she seems to lack critical thinking and an ability to see beyond the political village. Cognitive dissonance allied to group think infects most of the … Continue reading

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Claire Perry Blames British Gas For Her Own Climate Policies

Originally posted on NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT:
By Paul Homewood ? ? A 5.5%, or £60 a year, rise in energy prices for British Gas customers on default deals has been branded as “unjustified” by the government.…

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via ‘Renewables Are Cheap’ Myth Busted: Full Cost of Wind & Solar Simply Staggering

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