Thursday, January 31, 2013

Why Climate Scientists Have Consistently UNDERestimated Key Global Warming Impacts | ThinkProgress
The authors thus suggest that climate scientists are biased toward overly cautious estimates, erring on the side of less rather than more alarming predictions, which they call “erring on the side of least drama” (ESLD).
Flashback: Humans Have Already Set in Motion 69 Feet of Sea Level Rise | Mother Jones
Glaciologist Jason Box describes a post-warming world that you won’t even be able to recognize.
Tough questions follow Al Gore book tour - Patrick Gavin -
If you thought Al Gore was a media darling, you haven’t seen his latest book tour. Although Gore has been selective in which outlets he appears on to promote his new book, “The Future,” they haven’t treated the former vice president with kid gloves. From “Today” to “Morning Joe” to “Late Show with David Letterman” to “The Daily Show,” Gore has come under attack by his interviewers for his decision to sell Current TV to Al Jazeera.
Europe’s carbon price crashes to $4.45. Gillard’s still $23 | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog
...Mr Combet repeated he was confident of the Treasury modelling, which predicts a $29 a tonne carbon price in 2015/16.

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