Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Canadian Government Winds Down Research That Could Help Stop Climate Change
If the pace of greenhouse gas emissions doesn’t slow, and even start to reverse, in the next few decades, then stopping the rising seas and climbing temperatures will become much, much harder.
PBS to zoom in on climate change effect on ski resorts
Newshour website will also feature a slideshow of how decreasing snowfall affects other kinds of winter fun and a video
A Pep Talk on Energy Innovation -
He exhorted the audience in particular to find energy solutions to climate change. The alternative, Dr. Chu said, is that future generations will live in a wrecked climate and wonder: “What were our parents thinking? Didn’t they care about us?”

That brought a sustained standing ovation.
New York Times Just Can’t Turn Off The BS | Real Science
The current dry spell is hardly one of the most severe in history. It is actually quite ordinary and cyclical.
Cops: Woman Stabbed Roommate After Wasted Electricity Argument |
“Police say a Lancaster County woman used a decorative spear to stab her roommate as the two argued about wasting electricity.”
David Suzuki Ejects TV Crew | NoFrakkingConsensus
David Suzuki’s idea of a “truly sustainable future” is one in which freedom of the press doesn’t exist.

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