Sea Levels are Never Still

By Viv Forbes, Rosewood Qld Australia Sea levels have been rising and falling without any help from humans for as long as Earth’s oceans have existed. The fastest and most alarming sea changes to affect mankind occurred at the end of the Pleistocene Ice Age. Seas rose about 130m about 12,000 years ago, at times…

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Pacific Leaders Worried About ‘Climate Gravy Train’ – Criticise Aussie PM Tony Abbott’s Apostacy

Story submitted by Eric Worrall From Australia Network News: Pacific presidents speak out against Australia’s stand on climate change Leaders of small Pacific nations have spoken out against Tony Abbott’s efforts to organise a global coalition against Obama’s climate push. The comments from the presidents of Kiribati and Marshall Islands came as Australian Prime Minister…

Twenty-five Climate Models Can’t All Be Wrong … Or Can They?

From the NIPCC report: As seemingly never-ending work on developing and improving climate models progresses, there is also a seemingly never-ending set of assessments of how that work is progressing; and the study of Maloney et al. (2014) is one of the most recent such assessments, wherein its 31 authors provide a summary of projected…