Wednesday, January 23, 2013

53 senators push Obama to approve Keystone XL |
But 60 votes would be needed to bring it to the Senate floor for a vote.
Greenland's Ice Surprisingly Stable, But Not Antarctica's | Climate Central
The enormous sheets of ice that lie atop Greenland may not be as prone to catastrophic melting as many scientists thought, even if the planet continues to warm and temperatures remain high for hundreds of years. But while that may sound like good news, new evidence also suggests that parts of the even vaster ice sheets that lie atop Antarctica could be more unstable than once believed.
Why India's Waste-to-Energy Industry Won't Catch Fire -
“So far, there is not a single plant in India which is a success story about waste to energy. Not a single one,” Dr. Sahu added.
Twitter / ClimateOfGavin: FYI, Eemian (around 125,000 ...
FYI, Eemian (around 125,000 years ago) had Arctic T ~3-5ÂșC warmer and a 4-6m (12-20ft) sea level rise from Greenland *and* W Antarctica melt

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