Monday, September 16, 2013


Global warming advocates may be more Nostradamus than Galileo |
Alabama had one of its coolest summers on record, averaging 87.87-degrees during June, July and August. In fact, weather monitors throughout the state didn't record a 100-degree measurement for the third time in the last dozen years, according to data released this month by John Christy, director of the Earth Systems Science Center at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Moreover, six of the state's coolest summers have been within the last 20-years, according to the Office of Alabama Climatology.

Worldwide, there was a drop in the average temperatures in the lower stratosphere for 2012, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. It reported that last year was "nearly the coldest on record in the lower stratosphere since records began."
Wasted food is a huge climate problem | Grist
If wasted food became its own pungent country, it would be the world’s third biggest contributor to climate change.
Sir David King warns against fracking | Environment | The Guardian
King said the climate negotiations were "one of the biggest challenges for diplomacy". His new role will take him centre stage at the next round of the UNFCCC talks in Warsaw this November, in vital negotiations that are supposed to form a staging post on the way to a major conference in Paris in 2015, at which governments have pledged to forge a new global climate agreement.
Indian Media: We Need A More Balanced View On Climate Change | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Leaked part of the IPCC’s next assessment report knocks the bottom out of the global warming warnings. A more balanced, more nuanced view is called for.

No comments: