Wednesday, July 20, 2011

80% of world climate data are not computerized | Watts Up With That?
In order to gain a better knowledge of climate variations, such as those caused by global warming, and be able to tackle them, we need to understand what happened in the recent past. This is the conclusion of a research study led by the Rovira i Virgili University (URV), which shows that the scientific community today is only able to access and analyse 20% of the recorded climate information held. The remaining data are not accessible in digital format.
Carbon ad companies on government teat | Herald Sun
COMPANIES used in a $12 million carbon tax advertising campaign have together been paid millions by taxpayers for past work on government green schemes.

CAT Projects, Ogden Power and Infigen Energy featured in commercials for free but they have benefited from government schemes ranging from being paid to install solar panels in schools to developing solar power databases.
Meet Romney on ClimateCare, Same as Romney on ObamaCare
But it's not like the press are going to emphasize this in the campaign, or anything, having seen how dispiriting this was last time with McCain. I mean, McCain was a believer. Romney's just a politician on the matter. So he should be fine. And start measuring for carbon-neutral drapes.
Labor MPs will dump Julia Gillard over carbon, Tony Abbott says | The Australian
TONY Abbott has sought to put pressure on Julia Gillard's leadership by insisting that dissatisfaction among Labor MPs over her carbon tax could see her dumped as leader.

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