Daily Archives: December 18, 2009

Guardian Headline – Low targets, goals dropped: Copenhagen ends in failure

When the Guardian, that champion of everything “green” says it, you know it was a failure. Excerpt: The UN climate summit reached a weak outline of a global agreement last night in Copenhagen, falling far short of what Britain and … Continue reading

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Posted in Copenhagen Climate Conference | 365 Comments

Deja Vu from the Met Office?

While England basks in a winter wonderland, with more on the way, and bookmakers are now slashing odds on a white Christmas (The Times reports “The odds on a White Christmas fell to match the lowest price ever offered at … Continue reading

Posted in ENSO, Forecasting | 247 Comments

Analysis of Met Office data back to mid 1800’s

John Graham-Cumming has posted an interesting analysis, he could benefit from some reader input at his blog. See here and below: http://www.jgc.org/blog/ Adjusting for coverage bias and smoothing the Met Office data As I’ve worked through Uncertainty estimates in regional … Continue reading

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Obama takes on skeptics in speech, tries to rally climate crusaders

President Barack Obama spoke on the last day of climate talks at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. The President called on all major economies to put forward decisive national actions that will reduce their emissions and … Continue reading

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Obama trying to save Copenhagen Summit – what comes afterwards?

And here’s the stagecraft coming. Here’s how the rest of it might go down. By William M. Briggs Source: courtesy of Pajamas Media First, some good news. A lefty organization sent me an indignant press release stating that the Danish … Continue reading

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