Archive for January, 2010
Want a weekly update of all the greatest posts on the web? Subscribe for a weekly email and never miss a story! Email to Bob Williamson in the subject line type SUBSCRIBE When viewing this video presentation explaining the simple math of the Exponential Function, there are a couple of observations that the Greenhouse Neutral Foundation [...]
Posted: January 31st, 2010 under Action Needed, Climate Politics, Foundation News, General, Tipping Points, World News.
Tags: China, Climate Change, CO2 levels, coal, Coal Fired Power Stations, global warming, United States, World News
Want a weekly update of all the greatest posts on the web? Subscribe for a weekly email and never miss a story! Email to Bob Williamson in the subject line type SUBSCRIBE The couple were 85 years old and had been married for sixty years. Though they were far from rich, they managed to get [...]
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Latest figures show the world’s glaciers are continuing to melt so fast that many will disappear by the middle of this century An aerial view of the Siachen glacier, which traverses the Himalayan region dividing India and Pakistan. Glaciers are seen as a leading indicator of how much the planet is heating up. Photograph: Channi [...]
Posted: January 28th, 2010 under Climate Change, General, Nature, Tipping Points.
Tags: catastrophic climate change, Climate Change, glacial melt, global warming, sea level rise, Tipping Points
RIYADH (Reuters) – United Nations climate talks are a bigger threat to top oil exporter Saudi Arabia than increased oil supplies from rival producers, its lead climate negotiator said on Sunday. SAUDI ARABIA Saudi Arabia’s economy depends on oil exports so stands to be one of the biggest losers in any pact that curbs oil [...]
Posted: January 27th, 2010 under Climate Change, Climate Politics, General, Negotiations.
Tags: Climate Change, climate negotiations, global warming, oil, Oil Industry, Peak Oil, United Nations, World Oil Reserves
World talks on climate change may not yield a legally binding pact by year’s end, UN pointman Yvo de Boer said on Wednesday in his first public assessment after last month’s turbulent Copenhagen summit. De Boer, executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), said he had taken stock among a number [...]
Posted: January 27th, 2010 under Climate Change, Climate Politics, General, Negotiations, World News.
Tags: Climate Change, climate negotiations, global warming, International negotiations, Mexico, United Nations
Jeff Corwin talks about one of his favorite animals, the iconic polar bear, that has become the face of the detrimental effects that global warming is having in the arctic as the sea ice they need to survive slowly melts away. Part of Defenders of Wildlife’s Feeling the Heat series. You can get involved [...]