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Guerrilla Archiving Trying to Save Data from Climate Change Foes

Image design on 'Guerrilla Archiving' by Jerome D'Costa'Guerrilla archiving' is a new concept that's being hastily implemented now. It is a quick and concerted collaborative effort of many in copying and saving data on environment,  global warmi...
by Bangladesh Canada and Beyond on Dec 20, 2016

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XL

That’s ’40’, of course. Six more biodiversity cartoons, and the last for 2016. See full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’ compendia here. — Filed under: cartoon, conservation, environmental policy, sc...
by Conservation Bytes on Dec 6, 2016

Despite Denial, Data Shows Global Temperatures Are Dropping Fast

Anthony WattsWatts Up With That?All global temperature data sets confirm that global temperature has fallen rapidly in recent months as the recent El Nino ended.Guest essay by Dr David Whitehouse, The GWPF Science EditorOver the last couple of years...
by INFRAKSHUN on Dec 5, 2016

Emisi Karbon Dioksida Ternyata Bisa Diubah Menjadi Batu

Tahukah Anda jika emisi CO2 atau karbon dioksida ternyata bisa diubah menjadi batu? Jika Anda ingin tahu solusi terbaru tentang permasalahan The post Emisi Karbon Dioksida Ternyata Bisa Diubah Menjadi Batu appeared first on Masbadar.com.
by Masbadar on Aug 31, 2016

Karbon dioksida ternyata bisa diubah menjadi batu

Karbon dioksida ternyata bisa diubah menjadi batu: Emisi karbon dioksida ternyata bisa diubah menjadi batu. Hasil riset peneliti di Islandia Doktor Juerg Matter mengubur CO2 di bawah bebatuan gunung vulkanik...
by Masbadar Tumblr on Aug 31, 2016

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXVIII

Another six biodiversity cartoons for your midday chuckle & groan. There’s even one in there that takes the mickey out of some of my own research (see if you can figure out which one). See full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodive...
by Conservation Bytes on Aug 25, 2016

Don’t play political games with climate change

On a Cosmic scale our beautiful little blue-green jewel of a planet is some kind of rare miracle – perhaps the only one – in a vast Universe of unimaginable extremes of blazing hot and deep-freezing cold. But global warming and the resulting clim...
by Finding Hope Ness on Aug 6, 2016

-UN: Tax Meat Until Only The Rich Can Eat It?

Another great idea from the United Nations. Tax meat until no one can afford to eat it except the rich. Why? To save the planet from global warming. Here’s the story from the UK Guardian: Governments should tax meat production in order to stem the...
by ANSWERS For The Faith on Aug 3, 2016

Forbes Article Concludes 93% of Public Companies Facing Climate Risk, Only 12% Disclosing Risk

A new Forbes article concludes that 93 percent of public companies face risk from climate change, but only 12 percent are actually disclosing that risk to the public and their shareholders. The... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Jul 13, 2016

McKinsey Article Concludes Good News for Emissions: US and EU Emissions Down, Economies UP

McKinsey and Company director Scott Nyquist authored on article entitled Great News on Emissions. Really. He concludes that the US and EU have cut emissions while growing their economies. His article... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Jul 12, 2016

Spectacular Drop In Global Average Satellite Temperatures

Roy SpencerGlobal Warming Policy Forum Second largest 2-month drop in global average satellite temperatures– Largest 2-month drop in tropical average satellite temperatures.The Version 6.0 global average lower tropospheric temperature (LT)...
by INFRAKSHUN on Jul 2, 2016

Moving Mountains

Just 200 years ago, there was a “year without a summer.”  Well, that’s an exaggeration, but the name has stuck and is familiar to those of us with an undue interest in weather.  Although the coldness of that summer was … Continue readin...

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXVII

Another six biodiversity cartoons because I have a full-on month of lecturing. I’ll call this one the ‘over-population’ issue. See full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’ compendia here. — Filed under:...
by Conservation Bytes on May 18, 2016

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXVII

Another six biodiversity cartoons because I have a full-on month of lecturing. I’ll call this one the ‘over-population’ issue. See full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’ compendia here. — Filed under:...
by Conservation Bytes on May 18, 2016

Full page ad in NYT today slams Attorney Generals climate witch hunt

Watts Up with That?Today, CEI sponsored a full-page advertisement in The New York Times highlighting abusive efforts by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, U.S. Virgin Islands Attorney General Claude Walker, and a coalition of other...
by INFRAKSHUN on May 18, 2016

Retired German Climate Scientist: “No Man-Made Signal Found” …”Climate Protection A Dangerous Ideology”

P GosselinNo Tricks Zone The website of the German Employers Association (DAV) has posted a comprehensive interview by Holger Douglas with physicist and climate scientist Prof. Dr. Horst-Joachim Lüdecke, concerning the role of CO2 on the w...
by INFRAKSHUN on May 13, 2016

-US Virgin Islands: AG Racketeering Lawsuit Against Climate Change Skeptic Groups

Forget the first Amendment, it no longer applies when it comes to global warming.  Silencing seems to be the prevailing method for dealing with ideological opponents. On College campuses this type of intimidation is happening all of the time. In...
by ANSWERS For The Faith on May 4, 2016

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXVI

Another six biodiversity cartoons because it’s shaping up to be a crazy week. See full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’ compendia here. — Filed under: deforestation, development, environmental policy, governance...
by Conservation Bytes on Apr 13, 2016

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXXVI

Another six biodiversity cartoons because it’s shaping up to be a crazy week. See full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’ compendia here. — Filed under: deforestation, development, environmental policy, governance...
by Conservation Bytes on Apr 13, 2016

Waiting For Rain.........

........is like waiting for Godot.For the third day, dark clouds have gathered, coming in from the ocean and teasing us into believing it might rain.I did feel one rain drop while walking home from the market. But, no rain so far.The Accuweather fore...


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