Friday, September 06, 2013


Economic woes may mute impact of U.N. report saying warming manmade | Reuters
"Climate politics has been in a coma since Copenhagen," said Yvo de Boer, former head of the U.N. Climate Change Secretariat, who led work at Copenhagen and now works at auditors KPMG. "I really hope the report can jolt us out of that coma."
Todd Stern, U.S. President Barack Obama's climate envoy, said there was "substantial political will" around the world to reach a deal in 2015 for limiting emissions and that "whatever comes out of the IPCC will only accentuate that desire."
Green Energy Threatens UK Manufacturing | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Ineos, the chemicals group, is considering shutting down its plant in Grangemouth, Scotland, due to rising costs and the decline in production of gas from the North Sea. Its chairman singles out energy costs, which he says has been driven up by high environmental taxes on consumers.
Berkeley spends $30 million reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 8% |
It only cost taxpayers $500 per ton — yesterday’s price of carbon in the EU emissions trading market was about $6.61.
Twitter / BigJoeBastardi: Record hi's low per decades. ...
Record hi's low per decades. 30s by far the worst..Huge swings ( most lows too)
Twitter / BigJoeBastardi: The Goddard institute for Space ...
The Goddard institute for Space Studies caught red handed. Temps Adjustment DOWN pre sat era, UP since

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