Wet Winter Can't Slake West's Thirst – April 6, 2011
For the 30 million Americans who depend on the Colorado River for their water, this past winter's soaking rains and snows will only leave them thirsting for more.
IPCC Climate Science Is Fundamentally Wrong: Carbon Footprint is All Wet – December 1, 2010
"Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) science deliberately kept public focus on warmer temperatures and blamed it all on radiative forcing due to CO2. They virtually ignore water in all its forms, partly because terms of reference directed them to only human causes and because any consideration of the role of water destroys the CO2 hypothesis."
There Is No Water Shortage – November 24, 2010
"There is no shortage of water. Amounts available vary regionally and change over time as precipitation amounts vary. Demand also changes with increases in population and economic development. Crude estimates indicate water use per person is 15 liters in undeveloped countries and approximately 900 liters in developed countries. Throughout history humans have developed remarkable techniques and technologies to deal with these issues. Few of these attempted to reduce demand, most worked to increase supply."
Water New Target as Climate Change Hysteria Falters – November 10, 2010
"Water is the latest target. More and more stories about running out of water appear. Most are linked to the false claim by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that droughts will increase in severity with global warming."
The Environmental State of Canada – June 30, 2009
PowerPoint slides detailing Canada's environmental progress which accompanied the Meeting for Policy Experts seminar by Dr. Ken Green and Ben Eisen in Winnipeg on June 17th, 2009.
Power, Water and Roads Could Benefit from Smarter Pricing – March 5, 2008
Technology and smart pricing can enable us to overcome market failures in our current road, electrical and water supply infrastructure systems.