Friday, July 19, 2013


IPCC Draft Lowers Global Warming Projections | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
It is clear that some IPCC scientists think the projected rise in CO2 levels might not have such a big warming effect as was once thought.
Morality is missing from the debate about sustainable behaviour | Guardian Sustainable Business | Guardian Professional
Moral values, not facts and figures, will inspire support for tackling climate change, argues Adam Corner. Behaviour change will follow
Australia's two major parties both score poorly on climate policy | Environment |
The Climate Institute's Pollute-o-Meter gives full marks only to the Greens for commitment to climate action policies
Kevin W. Corrado: Climate change activism is precious wedding gift : Ct
Perhaps the most precious wedding gift that I can give to my son and daughter-in-law is to speak out about the reality of climate change...
'Drunken' Weather Pattern Leads to Deadly Heat | Climate Central
Jon Gottschalck acting chief of the Operational Prediction Branch at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, told Climate Central in an email that it’s not yet clear exactly how unusual the recent weather pattern has been, or what has been driving it..."...From a climate-forcing perspective, there is no clear climate pattern right now that we can point to as a contributing factor and so we can really only attribute this evolution to natural internal variability, at least at this stage.”
Twitter / HaroldAmbler: @algore @RealityDrop Denial ...
@algore @RealityDrop Denial of past climate doings the great crime here. Holocene, so far, not unusual. Eemian way warmer. #DealWithIt
John Kemp: UK Government Over-Estimating Future Fuel Prices | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Britain’s government is basing its policy recommendations on outdated and unrealistically high projections of future fossil fuel prices – which could be causing it to over-estimate the cost of imports and threatening to skew cost-benefit analyses of alternative policies.

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