Could Tiny Bubbles Cool the Planet? – ScienceNOW

Call me a skeptic, but this just sounds crazy. Brighten the oceans by making billions of tiny bubbles. And what about the marine life that is now plunged into shadow? Changed ocean chemistry? International agreements about cost and location? "Unknown unknowns?" What if we stop one day? Are we ready to bet the biosphere and … Continue reading Could Tiny Bubbles Cool the Planet? – ScienceNOW

Anti-green economics – Paul Krugman

It`s kind of nice to hear an expert in the field making the same observation I often have about the economic arguments that swirl around the climate policy debates. Specifically, opponents to mitigation policy have no trouble relying on the magic of the market and technology to rescue us from any possible difficulty climate change … Continue reading Anti-green economics – Paul Krugman

China and India: Just what should their CO2 responsibilities be?

In the climate debates, I hear it all the time: why should the US do anything when China and India are the fastest growing and largest emitters of greenhouse gases on the planet? Though I make it a personal policy to never discussion mitigation policies with characters who will not even accept the reality of … Continue reading China and India: Just what should their CO2 responsibilities be?