Daily Archives: November 8, 2010

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup

THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, Executive Vice President Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) The US news this week was dominated by the elections during which the Republicans won convincing control of the House of Representatives. By the Constitution, the … Continue reading

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Congratulations are in order for hitting the 60-million mark in page-views.  As you can see from the Alexa traffic rank, WUWT has remained steadfastly popular since that pesky ClimateGate story a year ago.  Way to go Anthony! The traffic rank … Continue reading

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AGU backs away from “climate rapid response team” citing faulty reporting

The inaccurate LA Times story AGU cites was excerpted (via a Chicago Tribune reprint) and linked here yesterday at WUWT. AGU issued this press release today, which is repeated in entirety below. – Anthony Inaccurate news reports misrepresent a climate-science … Continue reading

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New essay from Dr. David Evans and SPPI

This has just been released today, and it carries on the cover a well known USHCN station photograph. You’ll probably recognize a number of the surfacestations.org photos in it. Unfortunately, I was not given the chance to review this essay … Continue reading

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Public carbon trading dead in the USA

Gore’s grand experiment has flatlined. As we reported almost two weeks ago, the Gore and Pachauri advised Chicago Carbon Exchange (CCX) has closed. Closing price? A nickel per ton of CO2. Here’s the final day closing page for posterity:

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Metadata fail: 230 GHCN land stations actually in the water

Why is this important? Well if you are calculating UHI for stations by looking at satellite images of nightlights, like GISS does (see my post on it at CA) , you’ll find that there’s generally no city lights in the … Continue reading

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