Archive: William O'Keefe: March 2010
If truth in advertising requirements applied to political slogans and proposals, energy independence would never have survived its first utterance from President Nixon.
By William O'Keefe | March 31, 2010; 06:40 AM ET | Comments (14)
Carbon capture and sequestration is neither a magic bullet nor hype. It is an option, but only one, in the portfolio of potential actions for reducing emissions
By William O'Keefe | March 25, 2010; 03:57 PM ET | Comments (3)
Emission offsets are elegant in theory but ugly in practice. They prove that what is appealing in a scholarly paper might have a lot less appeal and practicality when attempted in practice.
By William O'Keefe | March 19, 2010; 02:20 PM ET | Comments (4)
The report that methane is bubbling from the Arctic faster than expected will encourage other scientists to undertake additional research to replicate, validate and extend our knowledge and understanding about arctic methane releases and their implications
By William O'Keefe | March 10, 2010; 02:17 PM ET | Comments (7)
The discussion of alternatives should begin with a new paradigm. For the past 20 years, the foundation for climate legislation has been projections of an impending catastrophe. What we have seen over that period of time is a climate which has not been a lot different than that existed over comparable periods since the end of the Little Ice Age
By William O'Keefe | March 5, 2010; 09:37 AM ET | Comments (2)