Nano electric cars from India, 100 year old electric vehicles, the Petermann ice island floating down towards the Atlantic, heatwaves in the USA and snow in North Canterbury, and a bit of peerless chat about a larrikin Lord on his way to New Zealand. With added vegan cheese and the BFC (big fat cat). Yes Glenn and John Cook wax lyrical, while Gareth’s mind wanders off on his EU and US trip — The Climate Show is back with another rambling but perfectly essential distillation of climate and related news and commentary.
News & commentary: [0:01:20]
Petermann ice island off Labrador.
Lamb worst offender at generating greenhouse gases in US? “A report by the US Environmental Working Group suggests lamb, beef and pork generate the most greenhouse gases, use the most fertiliser, water and feed in the production process, and also tend to be higher in fat.”
“Green” and “Sustainable” coming back into fashion?
Climate Change and the media — BBC about to bite bullet on climate BS.
Debunking the sceptic, with John Cook of Skeptical Science [0:35:00]
Monckton’s curriculum vitae at the UK Independence Party.
Monckton refuses to accept challenge from Barry Bickmore to debate in written form.
A Marlborough wine producer has slashed its annual heating bill by choosing to burn its own vine prunings to produce heat.
India is making electric cars… who knew?
New documentary: Revenge of the electric car.
Japanese home fuel cell.