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There’s No Pleasing the Environmentalists

Writing in the Guardian, George Monbiot opines that Electric cars won’t solve our pollution problems – Britain needs a total transport rethink.While his is a British view of the issue, his opinion serves a good cautionary tale. Could it be … Continue reading

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Bending COVID-19 to the Green Agenda

According to CBC contributor Lori Lee Oates, a “well-known voice on gender and women in politics” who is seeking a Liberal Party nomination, COVID-19 is hastening the green economy, and we are far behind. I agree with some of her … Continue reading

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Is this really the dawn of the electric car era?

CBC has a new article: Tesla, Volvo, BMW — all join in: Is this finally the dawn of the electric car era? Let’s examine this question: The very first Tesla Model 3, the electric car maker’s much-hyped, long awaited mass-market … Continue reading

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The End of Gasoline/Diesel Powered Cars?

The current crop of electrics won’t be killing off the gas station any time soon. There is a potential battery technology, Lithium-air, that has the same energy density as gasoline. If scientists can work out the kinks, these could make … Continue reading

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Is Car Culture Doomed?

CBC is currently running an article “Car dealerships could be out of business within a decade, says report“. They quote a study from RethinkX, an independent think tank in San Francisco. Is this true? Is car culture doomed? First, the study … Continue reading

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