Friday, June 21, 2013


“Fearless Summer” movement launches months of intense climate protest | Grist
A mash-up between grassroots efforts and large, national environmental groups, Fearless Summer is a coordinated effort of more than 50 organizations and unaffiliated individuals that takes aim “against all forms of dirty energy.”  [Note that the twitter hashtag is #fearlesssummer]
Fearless Summer • Action Calendar
This Summer is non-stop with powerful convergences, training camps, and actions for a livable future. We are ready for a #FearlessSummer.
Renewable Energy: Key judge's take on clean-power mandates sparks legal debate -- Friday, June 21, 2013 --
An influential federal judge splashed fuel last week on an already-raging argument over states' clean energy mandates in a ruling that questioned the constitutionality of Michigan's renewable portfolio standard.
Climate change: Carbon bubble theory predicts pain for oil producers | Financial Post Magazine | Financial Post
the official international line in the sand became two degrees, which could completely melt the Greenland ice sheet and eventually raise sea levels by seven metres, not to mention inflict Middle East-style temperatures on Europe, where the current summer range in temperature was enough to cause 30,000 heatstroke deaths in 2003.
Twitter / RichardTol: Lots of environmentalists now ...
Lots of environmentalists now saying that the global mean surface air temperature is a poor indicator of climate change anyway.
Twitter / RichardTol: Fine. But then IPCC AR2 "balance ...
Fine. But then IPCC AR2 "balance of evidence" on "discernible human influence" is based on a poor indicator.

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