Nuclear power crucial to California’s energy future

Published: November 14, 2012

California’s discussion about the merits of nuclear energy is an important one as consumers consider the state’s energy future. With Southern California Edison’s (SCE) San Onofre reactors offline, many are asking questions about the contribution of nuclear energy to California’s energy future and the stability of our electric grid. California Read more

Greenpeace’s Crime Against Humanity

Published: September 14, 2012

Patrick Moore, PhD September 14, 2012 “If you plan to prevent responsible testing and development of Golden Rice for humanitarian purposes, you will be accused of contributing to a crime against humanity. Your actions will be carefully registered and you will, hopefully, have the opportunity to defend your illegal and Read more

Oil is here to stay

Published: July 26, 2012

Extracting oil shale can provide Israel energy security, if done in environmentally friendly manner, expert says. By: Sharon Udasin July 26, 2012 While people must dramatically change their behaviors to reduce their negative impact on the environment, oil is a critical energy source that will be here to stay for Read more

Greenpeace only has scare tactics against GMOs

Published: June 25, 2012

By: Rich Keller, Editor June 25, 2012 SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Environmental activists scare the world’s population against biotechnology based on fiction, said Patrick Moore, Ph.D., a founder of Greenpeace and current Chair and Chief Scientist of Greenspirit Strategies. When he left Greenpeace, he was the last of the original scientists who established Read more

Why did anti-nuclear activist defect?

Published: March 15, 2012

By Kim Tae-gyu From the perspective of Greenpeace activists, Patrick Moore is a traitor. He went from being a proactive antagonist of nuclear energy to an avid proponent of the “risky” energy source. The long-time environmental leader, who was a centerpiece in establishing Greenpeace as the world’s largest environmental activist Read more

For building, vinyl is green

Published: March 15, 2012

BY: DR PATRICK MOORE, GUEST COLUMNIST Architects and home builders across Canada are increasingly interested in green building. Yet green building must not only be environmentally friendly — it must also be affordable. Green products that are out of reach for the average consumer will remain niche products that have Read more

Stars out of alignment in Tinsletown

Published: January 9, 2012

A-listers preaching against tightly regulated Canadian oil are supporting exploitive regimes in Iran, Venezuela BY PATRICK MOORE, SPECIAL TO THE VANCOUVER SUN JANUARY 9, 2012 Anti-pipeline celebrity campaigners Kevin Bacon and Robert Redford are soon to be joined by green activist Leonardo DiCaprio as the Natural Resources Defense Council ramps Read more