Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Lawrence Solomon: CO2 blesses China and Tibet | FP Comment | Financial Post
Based on computer models that project changes in the Chinese ecosystems in the 90-year period to 2099, the scholars conclude that “further elevated CO2 concentrations will significantly enhance the [water-use efficiency] over China by the end of the twenty-first century, especially in forest areas, adding that the benefits would occur “primarily in high latitude and altitude regions” such as in the Tibetan Plateau. Not all regions would benefit, however – some of China’s southern areas would experience a lower water use efficiency.
U.N. Climate Change Conferences Are Full of Hot Air | The Foundry: Conservative Policy News.
“We’re winning the fight against cap and trade,” said AFP President Tim Phillips this week at The Bloggers Briefing. “Now is the time to really drive the stake in them and to really hit them. Now is not the time to let up on this issue.”
Climate Control Hinges On Today’s US Election
In Germany the newsrooms and media are having a difficult time coming to terms with the inevitable results. The insults and nervous breakdowns are everywhere. The dreams of socialism, world goverment and climate theocracy are crumbling before their eyes.

Now, instead of being inspiring slogans, “Yes we can” and “Hope and Change” have become a big joke.

It’s that damn Tea Party, which is made up of unsophisticated, rather ignorant, white, racist, narrow minded, religious, ultra-conservative, angry gun-wielding Americans who are too stupid to know what’s good for them, all led by extremists like Sarah Palin – so laments much of the established media here. The Tea Partiers are so disinformed, e.g. many don’t even believe in the hard science of manmade global warming and believe the planet was created 6000 years ago. If only Americans weren’t so stupid and ignorant.
Brendan DeMelle | Outcome of U.S. Midterm Election Already Clear - Polluters Win Again
...let there be no doubt about it. A lot of the anti-science candidates - whose antics on the campaign trail have made for humorous, if horrifying, spectacle - are about to become anti-science lawmakers with a vote in Congress. That spells disaster for climate and energy policy, and all other legislative efforts that rely on a respect for facts and a willingness to negotiate.

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