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The Complicated Environmental Alliances in the 2014 Midterms
The US midterms are right are around the corner, but an analysis of environmental alliances shows the situation is far more complicated in 2014 than it was in previous election cycles. As the political theater unfolds, the clock is ticking down a ... [read more]
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Infographic - Fossil Fuel Subsidies and the US Congress
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Phase One of a Massive Solar Project Competed at the University of Arizona
The first phase of a 1 megawatt solar project has been completed at the University of Arizona's Tech Park Solar Zone. Phase one occupies 165 acres of land. It will produce renewable energy for Tucson Electric Power (TEP) using Cogenra solar panel ... [read more]
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EarthTalk: Palm Oil and Forest Destruction
EarthTalk® is a weekly environmental column made available to our readers from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: How is it that some food purveyors are contributing to the destruction of tropical rainforests by ditching ... [read more]
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IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report on Climate Change. What does it mean for the Caribbean?IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report on Climate Change. What does it mean for the Caribbean?
The Caribbean’s response to Climate Change is grounded in a firm regional commitment, policy and strategy. Our three foundation documents – The Liliendaal Declaration (July 2009), The Regional Framework for Achieving Development Resilient to Cli ... [read more]
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Micropower’s Quiet Takeover
In a cover story and article 14 years ago about the emergent disruption of utilities, The Economist’s Vijay Vaitheeswaran coined the umbrella term “micropower” to mean sources of electricity that are relatively small, modular, mass-producible, qu ... [read more]
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Global Warming, Climate Change
It seems to me that Roger Pielke Jr. is now persona non grata at Nate Silver’s 538 blog. Silver, whose statistics-based predictions of the last presidential election were stunningly accurate, hoped to capitalize on his celebrity by starting a blo ... [read more]
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Jason Box interviewed by Mill Maher
Glaciologist Jason Box was recently a guest on Bill Maher’s show. Worth watching. [read more]
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It's not just me
It's not just me ... and it's not just climate [read more]
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Last time CO2 was this high, our ancestors were using stone tools
Caught this in yesterday's SMH: [read more]
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Leading climate tweeps
I enjoy Twitter and lately I went a bit overboard searching for people to follow. I discovered that Twitter sets a ceiling on how many people you can follow, which varies based on how many people follow you, but they won't tell you what the equat ... [read more]
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Research point to drier dry areas
Fresh off SkS'press, climates are expected to dry out in the already arid parts of the Southern Hemisphere. [read more]
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Dan’s constant
BPSDB Following from Dan Pangburn: Dan commented on this, helpfully providing links to several pdfs showing where he derived his constant. So I took a look at them. Dan uses the First Law of Thermodynamics. That’s a start: Energy(in) – Energy(out ... [read more]
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Dan Pangburn
Dan Pengburn has been commented several times, so I think that he deserves a post of his own. :) anom(Y) = calculated temperature anomaly in year Y N(i) = average daily Brussels International sunspot number in year i Y = number of years that have ... [read more]
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Lohachara Lost And Found
[For the first-timers: As the name suggests, this blog is about islands of the world heritage site of the Sunderbans -- a vast archipelago in the eastern India -- which are gradually getting wiped out because of certain geomorphological reasons. ... [read more]
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A Global Warming Hoax
Let us save the islands of the world heritage zone of the Sunderbans. Let us try to find out the real reasons why some of the islands of this archipelago are eroding away. According to official records, there are 102 islands in the Indian Sunderb ... [read more]
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