Making Sense of the Climate Crisis in 2020

Finding solid ground between panic and denial

This is the place to find out what’s what and why, in all things climate.

Like every complex issue that the public needs to understand, people’s attitudes lie on a spectrum defined by extremes at either end and the best understanding is somewhere in-between.

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Recent posts to dispel some of the haze:

  • The Energy Storage Issue
    Houston we have a problem. It turns out that all those climate deniers who didn’t want us to invest in renewable energy were right – […]
  • Goodbye Coal
    It’s got to go. There’s basically no overlooking the fact that coal releases 20% more CO2 emissions per kilowatt of energy produced than oil, and […]
  • Jeremy Clarkson finds climate bashing too tempting
    Back in November 2019 last year Jeremy Clarkson, lifelong petrol-head and scourge of the environmental movement, had a ‘green’ epiphany. He spoke of his experiences […]
  • Clear Blue Skies in Lockdown
    The last time so few planes were in the air was in the 3 days following the 9/11 attacks. Air traffic over London now is […]
  • Trillion Trees
    At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in January 2020, the world’s billionaires threw their weight behind the WWF’s Trillion Trees initiative. In particular […]