Daily Archives: November 4, 2011

Climate Skeptic Combusts in New [William J Clinton Foundation] Video

By WUWT regular “Just The Facts” Correction: This video appears to be associated with the William J Clinton Foundation versus the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) as was previously stated. Updated Below – New “The Air-Conditioned Suit” video surfaces “‘Combustible’ is … Continue reading

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Posted in Alarmism, Climate ugliness, Curious things | Tagged , , , , | 145 Comments

Roman Period “megadrought” found in the USA southwest

From the University of Arizona, one wonders how such a thing could happen when CO2 was at “safe” levels. They are using bristlecone pines again, which may very well be a better proxy for rainfall than for temperature. At least … Continue reading

Posted in Paleoclimatology | Tagged , , | 194 Comments

CEO: “The market for carbon capture and storage is dead”

The Norwegian company Aker Clean Carbon may be closed. Its value is set to zero. The market for carbon capture and storage is dead according to their CEO. Guest Post by Geir Hasnes, Norway Article in today’s net edition of … Continue reading

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Richard Black tells the BBC reporting team what to think

David Whitehouse: Biased BBC Advice Based On Sloppy Statistics. From the GWPF: The Observatory, 4 November 2011 Whatever you think about the BBC’s actual performance in reporting climate change, they are supposed to adhere to the highest standards of impartiality … Continue reading

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Study: ‘green’ biofuels could be costing the earth

From the University of Leicester  department of inconvenient truths: New study suggests EU biofuels are as carbon intensive as petrol University of Leicester research into greenhouse gas emissions from oil palm plantations provides robust measures now being used to inform … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon footprint, Environment, Green tech, Land use land cover change | Tagged , , | 74 Comments