Northern edge of Iceberg B-15A in the Ross Sea, Antarctica, 29 January 2001. Credit: NSF/Josh Landis

Inconvenient: iceberg calving helps ‘carbon sequestration’ and is ‘helping to slow global warming’

From the UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD and the department of “unknown negative feedbacks” comes this interesting study. While there have been numerous claims that warmer Polar temperatures (due to posited global warming effects) will cause more iceberg calving, I’m sure it will come as quite a shock to those same folks when they discover that there’s…

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The Conversation: Why is CCS stuck in second gear?

Eric Worrall writes: Carbon Capture and Storage, the most terrifying technology in the green arsenal of deadly stupidity, has once again reared its ugliness on The Conversation. According to Howard J. Herzog, Senior Research Engineer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology; “Pumping CO2 underground can help fight climate change. Why is it stuck in second gear?…