Wednesday, June 26, 2013


California cancels June sale of reserve carbon allowances - News - Point Carbon
SAN FRANCISCO, June 25 (Reuters) – Citing a lack of interested buyers, the California Air Resources Board (ARB) on Tuesday cancelled a planned sale of high-priced carbon allowances kept in a state-run reserve.
UK could miss future climate goals as economy recovers - adviser | Reuters
(Reuters) - Britain's recovery from an economic slump will make it harder to meet its legally-binding goals to cut emissions from 2018, meaning the cost of moving to low-carbon energy sources will rise next decade, a government adviser said on Wednesday.
Twitter / KHayhoe: @kjobeerbower @afreedma challenge ...
@kjobeerbower @afreedma challenge of a "tragedy of the commons" is that most individuals lack sufficient incentive to act for greater good
Science Under the Rug: How Government and Industry Hide Research and How to Fight Back | Netroots Nation
[Video featuring Michael Mann at self-described "giant family reunion of the left"] We’ll learn more about how science is being hidden and attacked, and how we can fight back.
Critics call Obama's climate change plan a 'war on coal' - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Pennsylvania's Sen. Pat Toomey, a Republican, called Mr. Obama's remarks "a rehash of the same old bad ideas we have heard for four and a half years."

"From making coal-fired electricity prohibitively expensive; to forcing taxpayers to subsidize inefficient energy; to burning more corn in gas tanks, the president continues to advocate policies that raise prices for consumers and destroy jobs throughout the economy," Mr. Toomey said in a statement.
The BBC long ago became a mouthpiece for green lunatics. Why does it pretend otherwise? – Telegraph Blogs
if the world's population were all fitted into Texas you'd have a population density of around 26,000 people per square mile. This is roughly comparable with New York

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