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Climate This Airplane Will Fly Around The World Without Using A Drop Of Fuel Tropical Cyclone Hits Australia As ‘One Of The Most Powerful Storms’ In ‘Living Memory’ Extreme Weather Has Driven A Ten-Fold Increase In Power Outages Over The Last Two Decades Climate Progress
In addition to the category indexing on the side bar, we have set out a more thematic index here to help you find your way through the content on the site. Themes: Aerosols, Arctic and Antarctic climate, Atmospheric Science, Climate modelling, Climate sensitivity, Extreme events, Global warming, Greenhouse gases, Mitigation of Climate Change, Present-day observations, Oceans, Paleo-climate, Responses to common contrarian arguments, The Practice of Science, Solar forcing, Projections of future climate, Climate in the media, Meeting Reports, Miscellaneous. If you are looking for introductions to the whole topic, start here. Index
World Highest Temperature for January 16 The world's highest temperature for January 16 was 114 degrees and occurred at Port Augusta, Australia World Lowest Temperature for January 16 Welcome to Weather Underground
About Censoring Science Censoring Science Dutton/Penguin 336 pages Size: 6-¼” x 9-¼” $25.95 Hardcover Pub Date: 12/27/2007 ISBN: 9780525950141 Plume Paperback Pub date: 12/27/2008 ISBN: 9780452289628 Improved Graph: Owing to a mix-up during our hasty production process, the scales were inadvertently dropped from the vertical axes of the graph on page 290 of the first printing of Censoring Science.
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? Climate Denial Crock of the Week « Greenfyre’s
How to Talk to a Climate Sceptic : A Few Things Ill Considered Below is a listing of all the articles to be found in the “How to Talk to a Climate Sceptic” guide, presented as a handy one-stop shop for all the material you should need to rebut the more common anti-global warming science arguments constantly echoed across the internet. In what I hope is an improvement on the original categorization, they have been divided and subdivided along 4 separate lines: Stages of Denial , Scientific Topics , Types of Argument , Levels of Sophistication . This should facilitate quick retrieval of specific entries. Individual articles will appear under multiple headings and may even appear in multiple subcategories in the same heading. Please feel free to quote from, paraphrase, link to and otherwise use any or all of them in the best way possible to fight the good fight against mis- and dis- information where ever it appears!
The Island of Doubt
Our aim is to help people understand global climate change — and how the factors that drive climate are changing. We start with climate diagnostics — people are usually most interested in climate change itself. But cause-and-effect analysis requires also data on climate forcings (which drive climate change) and feedbacks (which amplify or diminish climate change). We update graphs of "Storms of My Grandchildren." Makiko's Page
A new pro-fracking business coalition called “Vital for Colorado” (VfC) has sprung up to fight the growing grassroots anti-fracking movement in Colorado. VfC's board chairman and registered agent is Peter T. Moore, a senior partner at the Denver law firm of Polsinelli, P.C., which serves the oil and gas industry. Calls and emails to Peter T. Jim Hoggan | Slamming the Climate Skeptic Scam
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 How to Talk to a Climate Skeptic: Responses to the most common s
See also: excerpt, references, reviews, interviews and appearances, and more on the "smoking gun" documents behind the book "Doubt is our product," a cigarette executive once observed, "since it is the best means of competing with the 'body of fact' that exists in the minds of the general public. It is also the means of establishing a controversy." In this eye-opening exposé, David Michaels reveals how the tobacco industry's duplicitous tactics spawned a multimillion dollar industry that is dismantling public health safeguards. Product defense consultants, he argues, have increasingly skewed the scientific literature, manufactured and magnified scientific uncertainty, and influenced policy decisions to the advantage of polluters and the manufacturers of dangerous products. Doubt is Their Product
The Discovery of Global Warming - A History
YouTube - The American Denial of Global Warming
Watts Up With Watts?
James Hansen on David Letterman
YouTube - The American Denial of Global Warming
2020 Science — Providing a clear perspective on developing scien I will no longer be posting on 2020 Science. This has been a great adventure in writing about my thoughts and perspectives on emerging technologies, science communication and other issues, and I’ve really appreciated the engagement, learning and feedback it’s led to. But after doing this here for several years, it’s time to move on and explore cleaner, fresher platforms for my writing. All of the 2020 Science posts will be archived on this site and freely accessible.
BraveNewClimate Guest Post by Geoff Russell. Geoff is a computer programmer, vegan, environmentalist, and more generally, a ‘by-the-numbers’ polymath. For a list of all of his posts on BNC, click here. He also has collections here and here. The following article was sent to ABC’s “Drum” website about a month ago.
Climate Data Links « Open Mind 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.
During our time in Australia, my partner and I decided on a whim to spend a weekend in the Blue Mountains. This national park, a two-hour train ride west of Sydney, forms part of the Great Dividing Range: a chain of mountains which stretches from north to south across the entire country, separating the vast outback to the west from the narrow strip of coastal rainforest to the east. For a region so close to Sydney, the Blue Mountains feel surprisingly remote. You can stand at any number of clifftops, gaze out over a seemingly endless stretch of land, and see no sign of civilization whatsoever. Or you can walk down into the valleys between the mountains and explore the rainforest, a vast expanse of ancient gumtrees that’s managed to hide koalas previously thought to have vanished, and possibly even an escaped panther. Four months later, when we were safely back in Canada, the Blue Mountains bushfires began. ClimateSight
Natural Resources and the Environment - Dot Earth Blog - NYTimes I was invited to explore the feeding frenzy surrounding the dreaded polar vortex on the NPR show On The Media. The segment, “Sucked Into the Polar Vortex,” is fun and brief. Give a listen here (I’ll add a transcript link when there is one):
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Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
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Texas Climate News
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