ClimateScienceWatch. ClimateScienceWatch. R-Squared Energy Blog. Astronomy Picture of the Day. The Cost of Energy. At breakfast this morning, my wife reminded me that we picked up our Nissan Leaf exactly one year ago.
Since I was looking for time to write a summary of our first year in EV-land, this looks like as good an excuse as any. The ultra-short answer: We love the car and we’re very happy with the overall price/performance. A Man With A Ph.D. The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media. NERC - Climate change challenge summary. Summary of the debate Introduction The Natural Environment Research Council's Chief Executive, Professor Alan Thorpe, challenged climate change sceptics to an online public debate in December 2006.
Climate Central. Fermi Paradox. It’s Getting Hot In Here. Naptime is over. Climate Denial Crock of the Week « Greenfyre’s. 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? MYTH: Stolen CRU emails “prove” (Insert lie/fable) Climate Dilemma. Deltoid. NOAA Climate Services. Global Warming Wiki: Climate Change - Global Warming Guides. Science of Climate Images and indepth reports from the yahoo global warming special.
The Warming of the Earth A beginner's guide to understanding the issue of global warming "Whereas in the past human impacts were local, reversible, and escapable through migration, they are now typically, global, irreversible, and inescapable. " - Paul Stop Climate Global Warming Special from NY Times, Issues in Greenpeace Climate Change. State of the Nation.
Rabett Run. Logical Science. Global Warming Art. Front page - John Feeney. Greenfyre’s. Pew Center on Global Climate Change: The Pew Center o. ClimateScienceWatch. ClimateSight. Wunder Blog. It's a bit of a slow weather day, so I thought I'd share with you today a few of the more interesting inquiries I've gotten during my 20 years working with Weather Underground.
I responded to all of the emails, but not the phone calls. Enjoy! State of the Nation. Climate Feedback. Sid Perkins In the coming decades, the world’s coral reefs will suffer a variety of indignities, from global threats such as warming seas and ocean acidification to local and regional problems such as overfishing and nutrient-rich runoff.
If carbon dioxide emissions remain high until the end of the century, reef coverage may drop by 50 percent or more even if local threats are addressed aggressively, a new study suggests. Despite this bad news, another study provides a glimmer of hope for long-suffering reefs: In some cases, the coral ecosystems that rise to replace ones blighted by climate change may actually be more resistant to disease. In a paper to be published in Global Change Biology, Kenneth Anthony, a marine ecologist at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia and his colleagues modeled how reefs of branching corals of the genus Acropora would fare under various levels of climate change and fishing.