The humpback death rate roughly tripled starting in 2016 and continued high thereafter.
These articles explain the deep technical problems with increasing renewables while maintaining grid reliability.
ushing to build a big bunch of incredibly expensive giant wind arrays that are far bigger than anything built in the world to date is bad engineering and worse environmental policy.
America's power grid is crumbling to third-world status.
The looming threat of numerous blackouts is their fault.
"There is reason for grave concern."
The amount of storage needed to make renewables reliable is so huge that even if the cost dropped fantastically we still could not afford it.
The proposed right whale Strategy fails to properly address the clearly great risks to the whale population posed by offshore wind operational noise. It also does not address the extensive research required to accurately assess these risks.
The electric grid is sick and getting sicker.
It could be great fun to watch. The developing countries fighting over nothing. China refusing to pay.
These folks clearly have no concept of finance or investment, both of which expect a return, on top of repayment. They just want unbelievable amounts of free money, all in the name of a computer generated emergency.
At this rate of damage the global total would run around TWO HUNDRED TRILLION DOLLARS A YEAR.
The best defense against a ruinous loss and damage liability claim is our innocence.
Deliberate vagueness is a hallmark of diplomacy and the elusive concept of "loss and damage" has made the grade in Egypt. The concept will now be discussed, but without the central feature of liability.