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Binswanger Exhibits Nonobjectivism On Climate Change

If Harry Binswanger can’t see how the weather has changed over the last generation, it’s because he’s too busy gazing in adoration at a portrait of his hero, Ayn Rand. [...]

NSIDC Starts Graphing Greenland Ice Melt

For years, the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) has been sharing daily updates of the area (“extent”) of sea ice coverage in the Arctic ocean, charting current conditions in comparison to the 1979-2000 average for purposes of comparison. Current levels consistently lie two standard deviations below that long-term average, making the NSIDC Arctic [...]

Max Baucus Took Big Money From Oil And Energy Before Voting Against Climate Action

Max Baucus is from Montana, a state where, because of global warming, all the glaciers in Glacier National Park are melting away. Senator Baucus ought to know how serious climate change has become, so why did Senator Baucus vote against legislation to create a restraint on carbon dioxide pollution? [...]

Arctic Ocean Begins Its Annual Melt At A Low Peak

If the surface area of sea ice in the Arctic is the same as it was at the beginning of last year’s record-breaking melt, but the ice is thinner than it was then, the conclusion is clear. There’s even less volume of ice in Arctic waters right now than there was at this time last year, meaning that less energy will be required to melt it down to last year’s record-low surface area. [...]

NASA: January 2013 the 6th Hottest on Record for Earth

NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies has released its readings regarding temperature from stations across the globe over land and sea in January 2013. Their finding: January 2013 was the 6th warmest January in its record, which stretches back over 130 years to January 1880.

Every one of the 5 hottest Januaries takes place after [...]

Barack Obama Promises On Climate Change in 2013 and in 2009

Since his re-election, Barack Obama hasn’t done a single thing to “respond to the threat of climate change”. [...]

400 Ppm C02 Is Coming. Spread The Word With This Widget

Simply by posting this widget on your web site or social media accounts, you will remind large numbers of visitors of the real of the global ecological crisis we face. Hopefully, you will also provoke the realization that the crisis need not get worse. [...]

An Index Of An Erratic Climate

In the Southern United States, the second pre-season tropical storm this year hit land.

75 miles from the border with Canada, the temperature hit 90 degrees by 10:00 this morning.

Lobsters in Maine have shed their shells four-to-six weeks ahead of schedule.

Groundwater depletion in California and Texas is threatening the supply of food in [...]

Carbon Emissions From Fossil Fuels Reach New Record High

The International Energy Agency reported that carbon emissions from fossil fuels increased by a gigaton last year, a 3.2 percent increase that made last year’s carbon emissions from coal, oil, and natural gas the highest ever in human history. [...]

Barack Obama Attacks Polar Bears Just Before Earth Day

This Earth Day, you’ll heard Democrats talking about how horrible Mitt Romney would be for the environment, and it’s true – as President, Mitt Romney would support anti-environmental policies. What you won’t hear Democrats talking about is the wonderful environmental record of Barack Obama. That’s because Obama has a terrible environmental record [...]

Penn State University to Hold a Symposium on Confronting Climate Change Deniers

Time was that climate scientists would ignore people who denied the existence of global warming, hoping they would just go away.

It seems that times have changed. Penn State University’s Center for Sustainability and its Science, Technology, and Society Program are sponsoring a symposium on confronting and exposing, not avoiding, climate change deniers. From an [...]