Climate Coverage Drops At The New York Times After Paper Closed Its Environmental Desk | ThinkProgress
2013 was also the year that the New York Times decided to close its environment desk and conclude coverage of energy and environment issues on its Green Blog. The seven reporters and two editors dedicated to environment coverage were assigned elsewhere, and a dozen Green Blog contributors were bid farewell.Your New House In Texas Could Come With Free Solar Panels | ThinkProgress
SolarCity and PSW estimate the setup will cut each home’s lifetime carbon dioxide emissions by over half.The Magical Mystery Climate Index: Luis Salas nails it. « Roy Spencer, PhD
Is that what is going on in today’s globally averaged temperature? A warming trend with a natural cycle producing our current warming plateau?THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: The Sun explains 95% of climate change over the past 400 years; CO2 had no significant influence
A new post by Dan Pangburn shows that solar activity explains 95% of global temperature change over the past 403 years since 1610, including the recovery from the Little Ice Age. Change to the level of atmospheric carbon dioxide was found to have no significant influence.THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: New paper rules out volcanoes as the cause of the 'pause'