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Climate Progress recently reported on a study that found both economic and environmental benefits if homes in the northeastern United States upgraded older heating systems by moving from heating oil to switchgrass. However, one point to emphasize was the findings were specific to those circumstances — the region, the homes, and that particular use. Switchgrass was not nearly as good an idea for electricity generation or transportation fuel. Further confirming the need for a diversity of renewable solutions to our energy needs, a recent study determined that electricity generated by solar beats out biofuels for powering cars under myriad scenarios.
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The collected videos of Peter Sinclair’s excellent series “Climate Denial Crock of the Week” : MYTH : “They” started calling it “climate change” to hide the cooling Global Warming? or Climate Change?
Makiko Sato & James Hansen
This is the first post in a three-part series.
Below is a complete listing of the articles in “How to Talk to a Climate Skeptic,” a series by Coby Beck containing responses to the most common skeptical arguments on global warming. There are four separate taxonomies; arguments are divided by: Individual articles will appear under multiple headings and may even appear in multiple subcategories in the same heading. Stages of Denial
See also: excerpt , references , reviews , interviews and appearances , and more on the " smoking gun " documents behind the book
I usually (but not always) include links to data on which my posts are based. It occured to me that it would be useful to collect data links in a single location. Therefore this page is a holding area for links to climate data.
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