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Facts won’t beat the climate deniers – using their tactics will

Lord Ponsonby: “How do you speak to the natives?——— Lord Snot: “In English, of course”Lord Ponsonby: “What if they don’t understand?”—Lord Snot: “I speak louder” 69 more words

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Canada's greenhouse gas emissions continue slow climb: report

OTTAWA – The latest emissions inventory from Environment Canada shows the country’s overall greenhouse gas output climbed 1.5 per cent between 2012 and 2013, continuing a slow, but steady, upward trend since the global recession of 2009. 354 more words

Politics

After dropping for a few years, U.S. greenhouse gas emissions creep up again in latest EPA tally

Can the EPA’s clean power plan help tame the global warming dragon?

Staff Report

FRISCO — U.S. greenhouse gas emissions have dropped 9 percent in the last 10 years, the EPA said this week, releasing its 20th annual national… 332 more words

Environment

Letters: The climate change debate continues

Re: Canada Vs. Climate Change, Christiana Figueres, April 16.
One of the most astounding pieces of propaganda spewing forth from Christiana Figueres was the following assertion: “These emissions have been scientifically proved beyond any reasonable doubt to cause global warming, and if unchecked will have calamitous and costly consequences for Canada and the world.” Really, despite no perceptible change in global temperature over nearly three decades, she can straight-faced say that greenhouse gas emissions “have been scientifically proved beyond any reasonable doubt to cause global warming”? 2,045 more words

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Earth Heroes: James Balog Chasing Ice

International photographer James Balog’s Extreme Ice Survey (EIS) could be described as a watching a planetary train wreck through time-lapse photography – it is breathtaking, bizarrely beautiful, shocking and worrisome.  430 more words

Books

One of the Best Climate Communication Talks I Have Seen

A guest post by Marshall Shepherd, Director of the Atmospheric Sciences Program, University of Georgia, and author of the Weather Underground blog “From the Mind of J. 1,158 more words

Environmental Management