Sipping from the internet firehose... This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H.E.Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week's Global Warming news roundup skip to bottom Another week of Climate Disruption News Sipping from the internet firehose... March 29, 2009 Chuckle Top Stories:Red River, Earth Hour, Recession, MEFEC, Changing Borders Melting … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, March 29, 2009
This was passed on to me for posting by het, just as a human interest angle to this current event My brother David lives 50 feet from the Red River north of Winnipeg about half way between Lockport and the perimeter highway. You may have heard about the flooding across the river at St. Andrews. … Continue reading Red River flooding
I may be very late to the party, but I would still like to refer readers to Chris Mooney's Op-Ed response to the recent George Will fiasco. Congratulations, Chris, it is very well presented and important material. I can't however share your warm fuzzies for the WaPo's change of heart, because, well somehow presenting two … Continue reading Washington Post runs Mooney’s Answer to George Will
Sipping from the internet firehose... This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H.E.Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week's Global Warming news roundup skip to bottom Another week of Climate Disruption News Information overload is pattern recognition March 22, 2009 Top Stories: Earth Hour, Maldives, US Polls, Copenhagen Melting Arctic, Polar … Continue reading Another Week of GW News, March 22, 2009
James Hrynyshyn at Island of Doubt yesterday put up a really interesting examination of the Copenhagen Conference's efforts to deal with just what is the "safety limit" for global warming. I won't add much accept to lament the fact that "as much as possible as soon as possible" is too vague for public policy goals. … Continue reading 2 C or not 2 C?
Homer style, that is! (h/t to The Intersection)
If tribal cultures could consider the seventh generation, we with our much greater power should be considering the seventieth. The thirty year horizon that economists and politicians consider very long range is just a blink in the geological history of our planet. Now that we dominate surface processes of the earth we have taken over … Continue reading “Even if it’s wrong, believe in it”