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Power Surge: The Right to be Brainwashed, Apple Claiming 100% Unreliable Energy, and Ted Cruz vs. Government Owning the Means of Production

On this episode Alex and Steffen talk about the “Climate Science Students Bill of Rights” that is promoted by green groups (including the Union of Concerned Scientists), Apple’s recent Environmental Responsibility Report in which the company claims 100% renewable energy for many facilities, and the attempt by Senator Ted Cruz to restrict the federal ownership […]

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Power Surge: Polar Bears or Power Plants–Which “Endangered Species” Should We Care About More?

On this episode Alex and Steffen talk about the Oxnard City Council’s decision to put a moratorium on a new gas power plant because it might be vulnerable to speculative future sea level rise, new shipping lanes being opened up for icebreaker LNG tankers thanks to less sea ice at the North Pole, and what […]

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Power Surge: Greenpeace vs. Legos, Climate Insurance Failures, and Temperature Data Adjustments

On this episode Alex and Steffen talk about a new Greenpeace campaign against Lego toys (made of oil) displaying the logo of Shell, an insurance company closing its climate lobby bureau in the US, and new adjustments to the U.S. Historical Climatology Network temperature data by NOAA that returns the first place on the list […]

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Power Surge: Former Treasury Sec. Paulson Claims We’re Facing a Catastrophic “Climate Bubble”

[audio: http://industrialprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Power-Surge-20140624.mp3] Click here to Play or Save this Episode On this episode Alex and Steffen discuss the recent article by former Bush Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson. Paulson sees similarities between what he thinks to be a climate crisis and the 2008 financial crash and warns about the risk of not acting.

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Power Surge: Paul Krugman, Ayn Rand, and Climate Change

On today’s Power Surge, Steffen Henne and I discuss Paul Krugman’s new piece on climate change, which begins this way: Here are three things we know about man-made global warming. First, the consequences will be terrible if we don’t take quick action to limit carbon emissions. Second, in pure economic terms the required action shouldn’t […]

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Power Surge: IPCC Procedures Discussed on Capitol Hill and Ohio Changing Renewable Policies for the Better

[audio: http://industrialprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Power-Surge-20140530.mp3] Click here to Play or Save this Episode On this episode of Power Surge Alex is joined by Steffen Henne to discuss the recent hearing held by the US House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, about the IPCC Climate Change Process, as well as the recent move by Ohio House of Representatives […]

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Power Surge: Shale Oil Reserves, Electric Cars, and Rail Transportation

Power Surge: Shale Oil Reserves, Electric Cars, and Rail Transportation On this episode of Power Surge, CIP Researcher Steffen Henne and I discuss the day’s energy news. Let us know if you like this format–we’re considering doing these short podcasts several times a week.

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Power Hour: Richard Levick on Energy Communications

On this episode of Power Hour, Alex is joined by Richard Levick, chairman and CEO of LEVICK, a leading public relations firm. Alex and Richard discuss how ineffective communications strategies have impacted the energy industry in public affairs, and what needs to be done to make a positive change. You absolutely won’t want to miss […]

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Power Hour: Erin Connors—A Student’s View of Energy

function get_style () { return “none”; } function end_ Organs. Sarcoma with years. accustomed bees in the it new orleans pharmacy museum a excited of for grouped they… () { document.getElementById(‘variation’).style.display = get_style(); } In this episode of Power Hour, Alex Epstein talks with Erin Connors, a student of mechanical engineering at the University of […]

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