Daily Archives: August 9, 2010

Finding an energy common ground between “Warmers” and “Skeptics”

Can common ground be found between “warmers” and “skeptics”?    Can we identify energy sources that satisfy the concerns of both groups? Guest Post by Charles Hart Warmers want energy that does not emit CO2 because they look at the climate … Continue reading

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Posted in Energy, Technology | 207 Comments

Corn as a local climate forcing

How corn may be helping Michigan keep its cool From the “corn is not climate” department and  David Veselenak, The Grand Rapids Press Grand Rapids hasn’t seen the thermometer break 100 degrees since 1988. Some climatologists say the reason is … Continue reading

Posted in Agriculture, Climate News, Land use land cover change | 70 Comments

The “Our Climate” iPhone app: causing a disturbance in the force

The force of growing popularity of the Aegis’ “Our Climate” iPhone app has caused some climate alarmists to circle the wagons and regroup. For example, Joe Romm at Climate Progress is calling for “… suggestions for improving the one liners.” … Continue reading

Posted in Alarmism, Satire, Technology | 86 Comments

Iceberg calving: the movie

ESA has a short movie of the calving – worth a look, Anthony From the European Space Agency: Greenland glacier gives birth to giant iceberg Envisat has been observing a rare event in the Arctic since early August – a … Continue reading

Posted in Arctic, Glaciers | 60 Comments

Bastardi’s Monday Sea Ice Report, plus new analysis of 2010 ice distribution

Our one stop shopping Sea Ice Page has quickly become a world wide favorite, and Joe Bastardi of AccuWeather uses some of the graphics offered there.

Posted in Arctic, Sea ice | 187 Comments