Sunday, March 31, 2013

Bjorn Lomborg: The Joy Of Global Warming
As I fly into a snow-bound Britain, I realise that you might be asking where global warming has gone as you shiver in the coldest March for 50 years and wonder what you will do if gas has to be rationed. I have been involved in the climate debate for more than a decade, but I am still amazed at how wrong we get it. Let us try to restart our thinking on global warming.
Coldest Easter In 100 Years | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
The icy Easter weekend has been declared the coldest in 100 years and forecasters have warned the cold snap will continue for the rest of the week.
Europe's carbon market hinges on rescue package
Europe’s emissions market is likely to be left all but broken should the region’s parliament fail to agree next month on combating the surplus of carbon permits, after the biggest quarterly slide in prices since 2011.
Pollution turns Bangalore into oven
If the summer is getting unbearable this year, blame high density of dust particles and pollutants in the air.
Cold German Winter Refuses to Warm Up for Easter - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Complaining about the weather has reached epidemic proportions in northern Germany this "spring." And with good reason. With Easter just around the corner, meteorologists are telling us this could end up being the coldest March in Berlin and its surroundings since records began in the 1880s.

The poor Easter Bunny deserves our sympathy. Whereas in recent years he has grown used to dodging daffodils, lilies and tulips as he carries his cargo of eggs and chocolate to homes across northern Europe, this year the rabbit will find himself confronted with ice slicks, snow drifts and bundled up humans in foul moods.
Twitter / ClimateReality: Please RT this graphic exposing ...
Please RT this graphic [entitled "Save the Easter Bunny!] exposing the threat posed to bunnies by change (via )

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