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ChatGPT & DALL-E generated panoramic image depicting the whimsical scenario of researchers accidentally creating a hydrogen machine that alters weather patterns inside their laboratory.

Another European Energy Study Assumes Unrealistically Cheap Hydrogen & Finds Significant Demand

In recent months I’ve apparently taken on a sideline of assessing major total cost of ownership studies from reputable organizations, specifically looking at their usually weird assumptions around hydrogen. Now it’s the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research‘s turn, although it’s not a TCO study in this case. They’ve released … [continued]

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Chemical Pollution Victims’ Voices Ignored for a European Industrial Deal

The Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo, representing the nation’s Presidency of the EU Council, is hosting an industry summit tomorrow in collaboration with the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) and its Belgian industry member association Essenscia at the port of Antwerp. This summit, attended by big businesses’ CEOs and … [continued]

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Mars Will Bring 300 Electric Heavy-Duty Trucks To Its European Fleet By 2030

Emissions from diesel engines harm human health and even contribute to premature deaths. They also contribute to climate change. These statements are facts, supported by much scientific evidence. There are two citations linked below, but this post is not about all the supporting evidence, it’s about the solution — electrifying … [continued]

ChatGPT & DALL-E generated image from a bird's eye view that captures a large pipeline rupture, with carbon dioxide forming a dense, ground-hugging mist that ominously envelops nearby residences and buildings.

Proposed European Carbon Dioxide Pipelines & Terminals Would Endanger Tens Of Millions

In 2020, a bucolic part of western Mississippi, the tiny village of Satartia, experienced a terrifying disaster. About 300 people live in the village and surrounding area. It’s in the county of Yazoo, whose population density is 11 per square kilometer. For contrast, New York City’s density is 1,000 times … [continued]