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Should disaster training be mandatory for mayors, candidates?

Should disaster training be mandatory for mayors, candidates?

Should mayors be required to undergo a disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) training? This was what Sharon Arruejo, a Senior Weather Specialist at the state weather bureau PAGASA suggested on the second day of the DRRM workshop for media organized by the Office of Civil Defense (OCD) from January 27 to 29 in Tagaytay City. 169 more words

Warmest January in satellite record leads off 2016

From the University of Alabama, Huntsville, and courtesy of the current El Niño here’s something climate advocates will probably like, even though they wrongly say the satellite record is no good… 721 more words

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2014 WAS THE HOTTEST YEAR ON RECORD, BUT 2015 IS HOTTER THAN 2014 AND 2016 COULD BE HOTTER THAN 2015!?

Guest essay by Quang M. Nguyen, P.E.

Summary

As suggested monthly by the mainstream media since April 2015, NOAA and NASA officially declared that 2015 surpassed the 2014 record to become the new hottest year on record and that 2016 could be hotter than 2015! 3,234 more words

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Graph vs. Graph = Political Journalism

Guest essay by C.R. Dickson

Most people have no trouble relating to temperature, because they use it every day when they set the thermostat in their homes, adjust the temperature dial on an oven, or watch a weather report on TV. 1,101 more words

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A New System for Determining Global Temperature

Guest essay by Mike Jonas

Introduction

There are a number of organisations that produce estimates of global temperature from surface measurements. They include the UK Met Office… 2,720 more words

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UAH: UN climate change goal? New trend analysis shows we're there now!

Satellite data shows globe will stay below 1.5°C target at the current rate of warming, resulting in 1.1°C

December 18: University of Alabama, Huntsville

The average temperature of Earth’s atmosphere has warmed just over four tenths of a degree Celsius (almost three fourths of a degree Fahrenheit) during the past 37 years, with the greatest warming over the Arctic Ocean and Australia, said Dr. 827 more words

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The robust Pause resists a robust el Niño Still no global warming at all for 18 years 9 months

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley

The Christmas pantomime here in Paris is well int0 its two-week run. The Druids who had hoped that their gibbering incantations might begin to shorten the Pause during the United Necromancers’ pre-solstice prayer-group have been disappointed. 4,380 more words

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