My interview with Jeremy Grantham, the environmental philanthropist and legendary fund manager, was published in the Guardian on Saturday. As I have done for my interviews with the likes of Al Gore, Bill McKibben and James Lovelock (in...Show More Summary
One of the world’s premiere environmentalists, credited as a founder of the green movement, is fighting plans to erect wind turbines in his own village. Professor James Lovelock, 93, is renowned for having created the “Gaia Theory” and becoming one of the World’s earliest and most active modern environmentalists. He is also known for predicting [...]
One of the world's premiere environmentalists, credited as a founder of the green movement, is fighting plans to erect wind turbines in his own village. Professor James Lovelock, 93, is renowned for having created the "Gaia Theory" and becoming one of the world's earliest and most active modern environmentalists. Show More Summary
I am James Lovelock, scientist and author, known as the originator of Gaia theory, a view of the Earth that sees it as a self-regulating entity that keeps the surface environment always fit for life… I am an environmentalist and … Continue reading ?
A doubly whammy this week as Gaia author Lovelock rails against windfarms and environmentalists, and climate sensitivity has been scaled back. From Dr. Benny Peiser at The GWPF: Global warming is likely to be less extreme than claimed, researchers said … Continue reading ?
You probably won’t see this in the American papers but James Lovelock, the father of Gaia Theory, gains and shares some logic: Given that Lovelock predicted in 2006 that by this century’s end “billions of us will die and the few breeding...Show More Summary
I wrote back in April about James Lovelock, the scientist whose theories about the environment set the foundation for the modern green movement. Lovelock was making news at the time for repudiating his past environmental alarmism, admitting that he and others like Al Gore were wrong. Lovelock, who still believes in anthropogenic global warming, has [...]
James Lovelock, now 92 years of age, is the father of Gaia theory, the idea that Mother Earth is a sort of sentient, self-regulating organism. So it was noteworthy a few weeks back when he walked back some of his predictions of our planet’s...Show More Summary
A glorious interview with James Lovelock in today's Guardian. Essential reading for everyone, greens especially. In it, the inventor of Gaia theory and godfather of modern environmentalism declares that wind farms are hideous, renewables are a waste of space, nuclear power is good, sea level rises aren't a worry, environmentalism has replaced Christianity as [...]
Previously, you may recall that Lovelock threw global warming under the bus. Now, he’s got another zinger the greens will be none to happy to hear in the middle of Rio+20. That “disturbance in the force” felt earlier today was … Continue reading ?
James Lovelock, the originator of the Gaia Theory and a prominent pro-nuclear environmentalist was interviewed by the Guardian today. He was a provocative as always, and had this to say about Germany's planned phase-out of nuclear energy: "It looks to me as if the green ideas they have picked up now could be just as damaging. Show More Summary
As you may recall, James Lovelock recently threw global warming/climate change under the bus. I guess these guys need to get out more. I post this press release solely for the entertainment value, because I can find little else in … Continue reading ?
Global Warming Chorus Discord Rising To Feverish Pitch By Larry Bell in Forbes Some leading voices in the Global Warming Gospel Choir are now abandoning the old climate crisis hymnal. One is James Lovelock, the father of the “Gaia” theory … Continue reading ?
James Lovelock is an interesting character. He has a medical degree and has successfully designed a number of scientific instruments, but he's probably most famous for some of his big ideas, which range from specific geoengineering proposals...Show More Summary
Biologist James Lovelock famously conjured up the Gaia hypothesis which likens the Earth to a gigantic organism that tries to maintain current planetary conditions against various environmental perturbations. Lovelock, until recently...Show More Summary
Influential scientist James Lovelock admits that he’s been a bit of an alarmist (read: fear-monger) when it comes to matters of global warming and climate change. Though he wouldn’t call himself a “denier” by any stretch of the imagination, he concedes that the earth really hasn’t changed as much as he apocalyptically predicted it would, [...]Show More Summary
By David Roberts James Lovelock, famous for the Gaia hypothesis, has in recent years been warning that climate change will send us back to the Stone Age. Now he says he was being overly alarmist. Can we all agree to ignore him now?
Six years ago the green guru James Lovelock wrote a book that I thought at the time was, frankly, bonkers. Reading ‘The Revenge of Gaia’ I kept thinking ‘who the hell am I to disagree with this extraordinary genius but … er … ’ as he made yet another bizarre...
YOU DON’T NEED A WEATHERMAN TO SEE WHICH WAY THE WIND IS BLOWING: ‘Gaia’ scientist James Lovelock: I was ‘alarmist’ about climate change.
Says he was too alarmist: James Lovelock, the maverick scientist who became a guru to the environmental movement with his “Gaia” theory of the Earth as a single organism, has admitted to being “alarmist” about climate change and says other … Continue reading ?