For anyone near the computer on Sunday 6PM CST I will be on Minnesota Public Radio's Jet Streaming program for a very brief interview. After the fact I will link to an MP3 file. he interview has already been taped and I think it went pretty well, but we will see how it was from … Continue reading Yours truly on Minnesota Public Radio
The Guardian has run a front page editorial on the Copenhagen summit along with 56 papers in 20 languages. I read it at Real Climate who "takes no formal position" on its statements. I suppose it is to avoid the acusation of being political... Well, I have rarely read an editorial I agree with more. … Continue reading Guardian’s editorial on Copenhagen
Here is a fabulous boil down approach to the climate debate. The main site is called "Information is beautiful" and like Robert Rhode's Global Warming Art, it provides a compelling and beautiful graphical presentation of an otherwise rather dry and technical topic. What do people think? Too simplistic? Too technical for a lay audience?
greenman has done a fine job of debunking the various exagerations, misrepresentations and lies circulating about the recent Swiftwacking of CRU (aka Climategate). I recommend having a look, below:
The Globe and Mail has an article by Thomas Homer-Dixon and Andrew Weaver on "responding to the sceptics" that can be read here. It is rather shorter than How to talk to a climate sceptic, having only 4 points. This is the overview of their Q&A: "GLOBAL WARMING HAS STOPPED." Nonsense. "RECENT WARMING IS MOSTLY … Continue reading Some sanity from the Globe and Mail
Logging the Onset of The Bottleneck Years This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H. E. Taylor. Happy reading, I ho8pe you enjoy this week's Global Warming news roundup skip to bottom Another week of Climate Disruption News December 6, 2009 Chuckle, Copenhagen, CPRS, SCAR, Ocean CO2, 4 Degrees, Naughties, CRU Inquiry, Other … Continue reading Another week of GW News, December 6, 2009
I heard about it too late for the live webcast, but you can watch this event at this link. I don't know if this will be a permanent link. It was "live blogged" by Steve Easterbrook and David Roberts.