I’m sure I’m not the only one who gets mad when I’m watching the presidential debates. The candidates’ puerile anger and teenager-style bickering can be maddening (though, admittedly, highly entertaining). But while most of my friends seem to be angry because their candidate is getting attacked or the views of an opposing candidate seem to be a personal affront, my ire comes from a different place. My disdain for these events and, heck, the entire election this year is that… (more)
The world of energy is abuzz with the news from the Paris climate talks. The national representatives are patting themselves on the back. The environmental groups are cautiously optimistic. The energy innovators are chomping at the bit. And the climate deniers are wringing their hands because, well, they’re still in denial. But, in the end what does this all mean? Have we solved the climate change issue? Can this group walk away and think to themselves that they’ve cured all… (more)
We have just completed a massive update to the Rational Middle Energy Series which leverages new information available to us to keep these discussions up-to-date and fresh. The content and message are the same, but the data tables and other information graphics have been updated to reflect the latest numbers.
This is a re-issue of the original episode with updated numbers and graphics to reflect the changes in technology and economies. Otherwise, it is the same episode that was available previously!