Tuesday, December 11, 2012

East European Cold Snap Cuts Power, Kills at Least 15
Snowstorms and freezing cold continued to plague eastern Europe and the Balkan peninsula for a fourth day, killing at least 15 people, blocking traffic and causing power outages.
Twitter / RyanMaue: Currently -22°F in Astana, ...

Currently -22°F in Astana, Kazakhstan, next 8-days don't look much better. May get to -39°F. GFS 00z trace:

Twitter / LittleIceAge: Katharine Hayhoe is coached ...
Katharine Hayhoe is coached by PR and marketing consultants
Carbon Credits: has any investor made a penny's profit? - Investigations
Last year the watchdog added 13 carbon credit sales firms to its warning list, and it has added another 13 so far this uyear.
U.S. Intelligence Agencies See a Different World in 2030 - Bloomberg
Changes in temperature and precipitation patterns are happening faster than expected, Burrows said. When his researchers updated their section on climate change, the new figures showed the rate of change was even greater than it was 18 months before, when they started the project.

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