Tuesday, October 22, 2013


China, US could help push new U.N. climate deal - experts
“Our problem is that (acting on) climate change doesn’t feel urgent” for many people around the world, E3G's Mabey said.
Katrina vanden Heuvel: One year after Sandy — ignoring climate change at our own peril - The Washington Post
policymakers have yet to address climate change, which undoubtedly contributed to the strength, magnitude and danger of Sandy
Google’s Green Energy Brag: $375 Million from Taxpayers (or more) — MasterResource
The big losers in the Google transaction will be taxpayers, a point that none of the media stories have mentioned. Specifically, taxpayers will have to pick up the cost of the tax breaks that the “wind farm” owner (currently Chermac) will enjoy.
Spiegel Surprised By “Amazingly Robust”, Record Antarctic Sea Ice – NASA’s Walt Meier Bewildered, Can Only Speculate
One scientist who is scrambling and who is visibly baffled is meteorologist Walt Meier, who seems irritated by the new puzzling Antarctic sea ice record - the second in 2 years. In the Spiegel report, he attempts to play it all down by claiming that the record amount is “only 3.6% over the 1981-2010 mean“. Meier adds: “This year the edge of the ice extends out only 35 kilometers further than an average year.”

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