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Emissions jump underestimated

Original article by Kyle Mackey-Laws
The Canberra Times – Page: 5 : 15-May-18

Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions rose by 1.5 per cent in 2017, the third year in a row that emissions have increased. 99 more words

O75 Public Administration

Climate Change, due to Solar Variability or Greenhouse Gases? Part A.

By Andy May

It’s more likely mostly due to both, but that isn’t really the question. Virtually everyone accepts that climate changes and that CO2 and methane are greenhouse gases; and probably everyone remembers from grade school that the Sun is a variable star. 3,704 more words

Climate Change

Global Warming and Climate Change FAQ

What’s Global Warming?

Global Warming is an increase in the average temperature across the planet.

What’s Climate Change?

Climate Change is the result of global warming. 555 more words

How Earth Cools

As you may have seen at the end of my last post, I received an objection to the existence of a greenhouse effect on the grounds that it violated the thermodynamics of heat transfer, and if you read what it says it is essentially focused on heat conduction. 1,140 more words


Philosopher Bertrand Russell ridiculed the existence of God by positing a teapot in space between Jupiter and Earth. It has not been falsified nor can it be. 1,566 more words


The Phantom Greenhouse

By NickReality ~

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On sustainable living. > 1

Today, I want to write about something that is very, very close to my heart. I’ve always been quite aware of how my behavior affects our planet (as in always turning off the lights before leaving the house, not throwing out food unless it’s absolutely necessary, etc.), but lately I’ve been having even more of a change of heart. 1,682 more words