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Lark Rise to Climate Change?

SPEAKING OF THE SCIENCE of climatology, which is not known as scientology, thank you for noticing…it was exactly one year ago that Present Occupant attended a talk by Joshua P. 175 more words

The Other 10%

EnviroEconomics: Another Climate Plan Too Far? Canada Releases its post-2020 GHG Ambition

Today, Canada published its proposed greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction plan for the Paris Conference of the Parties to be held in November and December this year. 1,263 more words


You're hybrid car isn't "green" and isn't doing enough good.

        Transportation is useful and often necessary. However it is also very carbon intensive, especially in the US. In 2012, the transportation sector (cars, trucks, planes, etc.) was responsible for 28% of the total US’ GHG emissions. 361 more words

Four generations of D&D Gamers

Less than two weeks ago, The Grey Havens Group and The Grey Havens YA held a Symposium in Niwot Colorado, at the Left Hand Grange. It was an exciting weekend filled with scholarly and nerdy program points for all tastes and ages. 879 more words



“For the first time since records began, the parts per million (ppm) of CO2 in the atmosphere were over 400 globally. … The last time the Earth had this much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere was more than a million years ago, when modern humans hadn’t even evolved yet.” ( 19 more words

Cap on biofuels – next cap on all bioenergy?

Written by Sini Eräjää, EU Bioenergy Policy Officer for BirdLife Europe and the European Environmental Bureau.

The new legislation to limit support for the use of food-based biofuels endorsed by the European Parliament today marks a milestone. 692 more words


Making a better world simply by recycling

Recycling is everyday more and more important to our environment but do we really care? Do we really know the implications of not doing it? Here are some explanations to some questions you might have been asking yourself about this topic. 677 more words