The answer is blowing in the wind: The warming went into the deep endBy Rasmus Benestad / RealClimate Background image “So Deep” by tata_aka_T
Now in Cinema A James Balog Film Related Watch: World’s Changing Glaciers “Chasing Ice” (2012)
Part II Background image “Hurricane Katrina” by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
New Research Shows Humans Causing More Strong HurricanesBy Dana Nuccitelli / Skeptical Science Background image “Hurricane Katrina” by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Obama Tweets Study Of 97% Scientific Consensus Background image “Ocean” by Andrey Kuzmin
Video Background Image “Arctic Sea Ice” by NASA ICESCAPE
350 PPMWhat is 350?
The Consensus ProjectQuantifying Anthropogenic Global Warming in the Scientific Literature The Consensus Project / May 16, 2013: Study shows scientists agree humans cause global-warming. About 97 per cent of 4000 international scientific papers analysed in a University of Queensland-led study were rated as endorsing human-caused global warming.
Sea Ice Decline 1979-2012Arctic Sea Ice Volume AnomalyPolar Science Center: Monthly averaged ice volume for September 2012 was 3,400 km3 This value is 72% lower than the mean over this period, 80% lower than the maximum in 1979, and 2.0 standard deviations below the 1979-2011 trend. September ice volume was about 800 km3 less than…
Climate Change a National Security Threat, Calls for Emissions Reductions Playing God with the Climate Welcome Background image “Ocean” by Andrey Kuzmin
On Climate Change Background image “Turning the tide on climate change” by Robert Kandel
The Last Time CO2 Was This High, Humans Didn’t Exist Background image “Co2 USA 2003” by NASA AIRS
From mining, to burning, to disposal, coal is wreaking havoc on our health and our planet. Powering our country by burning coal is dangerous. It’s time to transition Beyond Coal to clean, renewable sources of energy. Learn more and take action on our website http://www.beyondcoal.org Ryan Koronowski notes: A new video from the Sierra Club makes the connection between…
Wheeler Centre: Spraying sulphur compounds into the upper atmosphere to reduce the amount of sunlight reaching the planet? Transforming the chemistry of the world’s oceans so they soak up more carbon? These ideas sound like science fiction, but technologies to ‘geoengineer’ the planet are being developed right here and right now. Clive Hamilton argues that…