Also in the WSJ: “There is No Such Thing as Nuclear Waste”

Michael Giberson William Tucker, author of “Terrestrial Energy: How Nuclear Power Will Lead the Green Revolution and End America’s Long Energy Odyssey,” has an essay in today’s WSJ pinning the U.S. nuclear waste problem on decisions by Presidents Ford and Carter to abandon reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel. The reasons for abandoning reprocessing – mostly… More Also in the WSJ: “There is No Such Thing as Nuclear Waste”

Because it is not news until it is on Comedy Central; or, carbon taxes their brains

Michael Giberson Carbon tax and cap-and-trade fun, courtesy of the Wall Street Journal editorial page and bloggers at Common Tragedies. In brief: on Monday the WSJ lead editorial complained about the distributional effects of cap-and-trade, correctly noting that the effect of pricing carbon would depend on consumption but misleadingly illustrated with a chart based on… More Because it is not news until it is on Comedy Central; or, carbon taxes their brains