In this issue:
- A new way to introduce people to the moral case for fossil fuels
- Power Hour: The Democratic debate’s approach to energy and climate, the real potential of EVs, and more
- The Human Flourishing Project: Recalibrating standards of success
A new way to introduce people to the moral case for fossil fuels
In the last several weeks Iíve gotten enthusiastic feedback about my recent extended interview on†Exploring Minds†about the moral case for fossil fuels.
If you have any friends or colleagues you think would appreciate some clear thinking on energy and climate,†try sharing this interview.
Some of the topics covered include:†
- How I came to my views
- Why I debate fossil fuel opponents
- Why we use fossil fuels
- How we create, not deplete resources
- Nuclear power and the reason people oppose it
- The problems with wind and solar
- Venezuela and North Korea as “green” nations
- How to think about climate
Power Hour: The Democratic debate’s approach to energy and climate, the real potential of EVs, and more
On this week’s†Power Hour, Steffen and I covered three topics:
- Presidential candidates fail to seriously address climate and energy
- Why we disagree with Peter Diamandis’s predictions about the future of battery electric vehicles
- Wood Mackenzie optimistically tallies zero-CO2 US power at $4.5 trillion
The Human Flourishing Project: Recalibrating standards of success
On†the latest episode†of†The Human Flourishing Project†I discuss how to recalibrate your standards of success in work and in personal life.
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- And for the latest news visit†humanflourishingproject.com†where you can sign up to receive email updates.