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2C: 'An ivory-tower view of life'

Oliver Geden‘s bold article on 2C in Nature continues in the line Richard Tol highlighted many months ago: the make-believe world of international climate negotiations is running headlong toward the terrain of the impossible. 343 more words

Propaganda

Is there a force-field preventing countries from becoming 'strong low-carbon economies'?

This post grew from reading Ruth Dixon‘s excellent posts on the relationship between CO2 emissions, national wealth and climate, one of which is on her ‘ 849 more words

Policy And Politics

The Greenpeace 'Archaeologist'

When the Nazca lines fiasco broke, Greenpeace’s response was to assure the world it worked with an archaeologist, taking every possible precaution:

@MartaBeatrize The activists worked with an archeologist, and were very careful to protect the Nazca Lines.

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Propaganda

Is Lima a failure?

One more conference of the parties has ended. As many before, it dragged on beyond the deadline. Richard Tol remarks this is a tactic employed by developed countries and those with bigger budgets. 519 more words

Policy And Politics

Biotech Biostitutes

Defamation

Brandon S has gone off on Mark Steyn with one of his posts. A while back, Brandon argued that Mann’s suspiciously SLAPP-like litigatory effort should go forward as judge for the case  754 more words

Scientists

San Francisco "Cool"

Bay Area Regains “Cool” After May Heat Wave

A familiar sight returned to San Francisco. Fog:

Fog found its way over the Golden Gate Bridge. 96 more words

Weather News

Is Spring Broken?

On Calendars, Spring Arrives Thursday

Thursday, the start of spring, is the Vernal Equinox:

Days and nights are approximately equal.

America’s weather will be far from balanced, however, per NOAA: 202 more words

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