Thursday, November 28, 2013


Social cost of carbon: Part II | Climate Etc.
Tol is an IPCC insider (who is unusually open minded for an IPCC insider, IMO)
Why Is Amsterdam Seeking Urine Donations For Its Green Roofs? | ThinkProgress
As reported by Treehugger, Amsterdam’s water utility, Waternet, has begun collecting pee from public urinals in order to fertilize roofs of buildings that are covered with vegetation.
Research ethics: 3 ways to blow the whistle : Nature News & Comment
Reporting suspicions of scientific fraud is rarely easy, but some paths are more effective than others.
One in 10 UK adults involved in an environmental group, figures show | Environment |
the groups' combined income of £984m a year

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