Tag: climate science

Cool Green Morning: Friday, January 22

Written by | January 22nd, 2010

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5 smokin’ hot green links to kick off your weekend — enjoy!

  1. Want your martini shaken, stirred and green? There’s a new book guide to organic cocktails. (The Chic Ecologist)
  2. The UN drops its January 31 deadline for countries to submit their CO2-emission-reduction proposals. (CleanTechnica)
  3. What are the real gaps in climate science (no, we’re not talking climategate)? (NatureNews)
  4. The leading GOP pollster tells us all how to pass a climate bill. (The Vine)
  5. Conservation biologists are really slow at submitting journal articles (Journal Watch Online).

The Real Meaning of Those Stolen Climate Emails

Written by | November 30th, 2009

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The pilfering of email correspondence among climate scientists from a major climate center in Britain two weeks ago has grown into a very public controversy unimaginatively dubbed “Climategate.” Some of the emails revealed those scientists scoffing at (but also fearful of) climate skeptics — to the point of wanting to block publication of some scientific […]

Cool Green Morning: Monday, November 23

Written by | November 23rd, 2009

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East Antarctica is melting. CO2 atmospheric concentrations are the highest in 2 million years. Green innovation needs more than a price on carbon. Cheery news this Cool Green Morning! But if we’re going to Hades, at least we’re taking the bus there…fasten your seat belts and drive deep into today’s green links: Americans are loving […]

Cool Green Morning: Monday, July 13

Written by | July 13th, 2009

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Sea-level rise due to climate change — will it be much worse than once thought? Cool Green Morning has your answer, along with the rest of the day’s most interesting green links. Hurry up and read it while you’re still above water… Has the science on sea-level rise due to climate change been too optimistic? […]

Cool Green Morning: Friday, March 6

Written by | March 6th, 2009

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Climatologists have long feared that climate change would eventually unfreeze the frozen methane at the bottom of the Arctic Sea — and that that methane (a greenhouse gas with a warming potential 25 times that of carbon dioxide) would accelerate climate change exponentially. Well, that methane melting is here — the writer Bill McKibben told […]

Update: Bad Day For Climate Science

Written by | February 24th, 2009

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This morning, the launch vehicle carrying NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO) experienced a failure after its payload fairing failed to separate during ascent and the whole business was dumped into the ocean near Antarctica. The launch failure ends a promising chapter for climate change science before it even began. The satellite was designed to collect […]

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