Carbon Cap and Trade in Trouble?

Guest post by Steven Goddard The Senate Budget Committee chairman said today : Sen. Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) said he has spoken to enough colleagues about several different provisions in the budget to make him think Congress won’t pass it. Conrad urged White House budget director Peter Orszag not to “draw lines in the sand” with…

Heavy: Global warming linked to gravity

[insert your own caption here] Vancouver Sun/Reuters January 13, 2009 ANTARCTICA — Sea levels will rise at varying rates around the world because of a quirk of the earth’s gravity linked to global warming, a leading glaciologist said. “Everyone thinks sea level rises the same around the world,” David Vaughan, of the British Antarctic Survey,…

ICCC conference Day 3

I missed a good portion of the Wednesday session, so I’ll let Bob Carter describe it. -Anthony Heartland-2: session three by Bob Carter March 11, 2009 John Sunumu: Nature will respond to climate change in the future in a self-stabilising way, as it always has in the past. Willie Soon: The first order of business…

Here it comes

From Yahoo News h/t to Adolfo Giurfa EPA for the first time looks to mandate reporting of the gases linked to global warming WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal government wants to require companies for the first time to disclose how much greenhouse gases they’re releasing. The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing mandatory reporting of the…

The Great Lakes and Global Warming

Our recent story about the freeze over on Lake Superior prompted a lot of discussion. Steven Goddard has submitted this article on the Great Lakes for consideration. – Anthony Guest post by Steven Goddard A favorite AGW talking point has been predictions of disastrous effects on the US Great Lakes.  A continuous stream of warnings…