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Tag: Climate Change
Pumped and Quartered
February 29, 2012
As American families pay 25 cents more for a gallon of gas, big oil earns $5 Billion more in profits.
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Warming world - A clearer picture of global warming since the 1850s
July 30, 2010
CHARTS showing the warming of the Earth normally look like spaghetti thrown across the page. This chart, adapted from a compendious “State of the climate” report published by America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration this week, simplifies things by offering only decadal averages, and making clear the uncertainties by showing the 95% confidence ranges on those averages.
Climate change 'undeniable', says government report
July 30, 2010
The last decade has been the warmest on record, and there's now conclusive evidence that the world is getting hotter, according to a major study from the NOAA. The 2009 State of the Climate report is based on work by more than 300 scientists from 160 research groups in 48 countries It tracks 10 measurable planet-wide features used to gauge global temperature changes.
Global climate change and the many questions that arise
July 27, 2010
Everyone talks about global warming. A planet (Earth) is in danger! But if it then there is inevitably a global alarm global climate change. So, how dangerous can a global climate change be? That global warming is happening, it's a foregone conclusion long. Many of you may know, even with some of the reasons.
Climate Change Is Not the Problem
April 17, 2010
By John Hofmeister. During my last 2,000 or so conversations about climate change and global warming, since the time of Kyoto in 1997, it's clear that the stridency and dysfunctional nature of the discussions have only gotten worse.