China’s Three Gorges Dam Tested as Floods Worsen

China's hydroelectric Three Gorges Dam is being pushed to the limit by new floods ravaging the Yangtze River. Cities like Chongqing have seen record breaking flooding, and a 1,200 year old Buddha statue (the Leshan Giant Buddha) is at risk, as 100,000 people in the area have been forced to evacuate. https://youtu.be/FSPrXMRpjMA PHOTO CREDIT: Three … Continue reading China’s Three Gorges Dam Tested as Floods Worsen

China’s Flooding Catastrophe Due to Three Gorges Dam

It isn't just COVID-19 China's regime needs to worry about. The high likelihood the Three Gorges Dam in Hubei Province located on the Yangtze River collapsing has Chinese citizens and officials very alarmed since river water levels have escalated due to recent torrential rains. Sadly, corruption is a way of life in China and it's … Continue reading China’s Flooding Catastrophe Due to Three Gorges Dam

Michigan Leftist Politico Ruins Midlander’s Lives Over Endangered Species

When Leftist politicians aren't insisting on lockdowns in order to assert their authority citing the spread of COVID-19, they're ruining people's lives in other ways. Bridge magazine has published a very revealing article that the state's Democrat Attorney General, Dana Nessel, sued one of the state's utility companies operating the Edenville Dam citing endangered species … Continue reading Michigan Leftist Politico Ruins Midlander’s Lives Over Endangered Species

Nearly 20 Years of Renewable Energy Means Unstable and Expensive Electricity Delivery

From JoNova: A big new study by electricity grid nerds (and I mean that in the nicest possible way) shows that after all the money and pain of 20 years of forced transition Australia’s electricity has shifted from 85% coal powered to 75% coal powered, which cost billions and as a bonus, made electricity more … Continue reading Nearly 20 Years of Renewable Energy Means Unstable and Expensive Electricity Delivery

Environmentalists: Clean Energy Just as Bad as Dirty Energy

A Maine power company has offered to build a power transmission line so the state of Massachusetts can obtain power from a hydroelectric utility company in Quebec, Canada. This being done to stick to the Massachusetts Republican Governor's carbon footprint reduction campaign. There is one tiny problem: environmentalists with the Natural Resources Defense Council and … Continue reading Environmentalists: Clean Energy Just as Bad as Dirty Energy

Environmentalists oppose dam, seek to keep Indians in the dark

India will soon have the Sardar Sarovar Dam on the Narmada river in the country's western state of Gujarat built. According to Reuters once completed, the dam will be the world's second largest and provide hydroelectric power and even water to three states. The construction for the dam began in 1987 but was briefly held … Continue reading Environmentalists oppose dam, seek to keep Indians in the dark

Hydroelectric plants may pollute water with methylmercury

A startling article published by The Canadian Press. A peer-reviewed manuscript published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that hydroelectric plants will emit more methylmercury into ecosystems than climate change. Methylmercury is a neurotoxin created as mercury mixes with bacteria and is associated with heart issues and intellectual problems in … Continue reading Hydroelectric plants may pollute water with methylmercury

Companies back away from renewable energy credits

Aside from Al Gore's carbon offset green scheme, there is another environmental privilege method used that is said to help people reduce their carbon emissions: Renewable Energy Credits (RECs). RECs work in a similar fashion to carbon offsets except they tend to involve financing the construction of renewable energy projects like solar plants and wind … Continue reading Companies back away from renewable energy credits