About David Wojick, Ph.D. (Edit profile)

David Wojick is a journalist and policy analyst. He holds a doctorate in epistemology, specializing in the field of Mathematical Logic and Conceptual Analysis.

EPA ponders regulating CO2

The second shoe has dropped in EPA's wondering about how to regulate CO2 emissions from power plants. As the shoe dropping metaphor suggests, EPA can now go to sleep for awhile. Everyone else is going to be very busy commenting on this complex issue. The first shoe dropped in October when EPA proposed repeal of the Obama Clean Power Plan. The Agency correctly cited the well known legal arguments against the CPP, especially that it illegally required States to regulate their entire electric power systems, not just their power plants. This meant changing (that is, restricting) people's use of electricity, a favorite [...]

By |2017-12-26T11:01:36+00:00December 26th, 2017|Climate|25 Comments

War on coal divides the European Union

The rich West wants to stop using coal while the poor East depends on it. Germany is caught in the middle. The future of the EU may turn on this issue, because East-West tensions are already great.

By |2017-12-18T22:26:13+00:00December 19th, 2017|Energy|Comments Off on War on coal divides the European Union

German left goes cuckoo with KoKo

In a normal coalition the parties first develop a joint platform, where everyone agrees to the position on all major issues. Under KoKo they merely agree to a few issues that mean a lot to the left.

By |2017-12-15T18:45:33+00:00December 16th, 2017|Climate|Comments Off on German left goes cuckoo with KoKo
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