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Yep, looks like it is pretty dead as many climate sites are, but with the present political atmosphere it may get a little more interesting.
coloradoken
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Jun 2

Will anyone follow this route to low emission, low cost farming?

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Can we stop cheap, climate-friendly fertiliser via the STEP process being like transport by jetpack – a promise destined to remain unkept? Read more at: Will
HappyChopperRecords
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Nov 9, 2014

With climate change, uncertainty is no-one’s friend

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Heard people say climate science is uncertain? Research by psychologist Stephan Lewandowsky from the University of Bristol and his colleagues finds this would
HappyChopperRecords
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Aug 2, 2014

Temperatures make our global warming opinions change like the weathe

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Our experience of current warmth can override our scientific knowledge in driving beliefs about climate change, which is part of the reason we struggle to take
HappyChopperRecords
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Jul 26, 2014

CO2 emissions drive heatwaves on despite warming ‘hiatus’

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Direct effects from greenhouse gases are playing a significant role in making hot Northern Hemisphere summers more common even as average temperature increases
HappyChopperRecords
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Jul 19, 2014

Could climate’s crop impact catch us with our plants down?

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Global warming has sharply increased the odds of serious problems because of declining harvests, find David Lobell from and Claudia Tebaldi from NCAR, and
HappyChopperRecords
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Jul 12, 2014

Who can afford to hold back rising seas?

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Though using dikes to protect the world from rising sea levels will generally make economic sense, explains Jochen Hinkel from the Global Climate Forum, poor
HappyChopperRecords
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Jul 5, 2014

Shrinking dairy’s carbon hoofprint

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As the world’s appetite for dairy produce grows along with its population so too will emissions of the greenhouse gas methane from cow guts – but US dairy
HappyChopperRecords
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Jun 28, 2014

Unique and unnatural: modern warming from an historical viewpoint

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Temperature patterns since the last ice age have helped scientists go from thinking humans can't possibly change our climate to the majority agreeing we are
HappyChopperRecords
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Jun 22, 2014

Heavier people mean weightier vehicle emissions

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In 2010 the American population collectively carried 3.6 billion kilograms of excess weight, and that creates extra greenhouse gases from the vehicles
HappyChopperRecords
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Jun 14, 2014

Can changing how we build simply dismantle CO2 emissions?

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Using fewer steel beams and keeping buildings for their whole design life could cut construction emissions by up to 80%, suggest the University of
HappyChopperRecords
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Jun 7, 2014

IPCC: Millions of words on climate change are not enough

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A conference bringing together authors of the latest UN climate change report highlights the stark situation we're in, and why we must overcome inflamed
HappyChopperRecords
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May 31, 2014

The urgent voice who refused to be silenced on climate danger

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Amid censorship controversy at NASA, arrests and providing evidence in legal cases fighting global warming, Jim Hansen revised his recommended level for CO2 in
HappyChopperRecords
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May 24, 2014

The witness who collided with government on climate

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Through the nineties and naughties Jim Hansen returned from a self-imposed media ban and clashed with contrarians and his own employer, NASA, to get across the
HappyChopperRecords
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May 17, 2014

How lessons from space put the greenhouse effect on the front page

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Interest in atmospheres of outer planets took Jim Hansen from Iowa to NASA, where he came to realise that humans adding CO2 to Earth’s atmosphere would lead
HappyChopperRecords
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May 10, 2014
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