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Climate change in spotlight after comments from new Sask. environment minister

REGINA – Moments after being sworn in, Saskatchewan’s new Environment Minister wasn’t willing to take a clear stance on global warming.

“Those are the kinds of things I want to talk with my officials about and (see) where we’re at as far as the science goes,” Herb Cox said. 367 more words


It's nearly game over!

If King Coal gets his grubby hands on the TPP, even a 100% Green Government could not stop coal growing as fast as they want. They might even sue the government now and then just for spite! 404 more words

Global Warming

Susan Rice explains why South Sudan needs to make global warming worse

For the past couple of days, we’ve been treated to speeches from both President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden on the national security implications of manmade global warming caused primarily from the burning of carbon intensive fossil fuels. 245 more words

US Politics

Arctic Sea Ice Conditions Worsen, Nightmare Melt Scenario in the Works?

It’s the end of a bad week in a bad month in a bad season in the all-too-bad, human-heated, era for Arctic sea ice. As of the middle of this week, both the US measure — NSIDC — and Japan’s measure — JAXA — were showing record low daily sea ice extents. 839 more words

Climate Change

International Study Reveals That Cold Weather Kills Far More People Than Hot Weather

Re-Blogged From The Lancet

Cold weather kills 20 times as many people as hot weather, according to an international study analysing over 74 million deaths in 384 locations across 13 countries [1]. 399 more words

CAGW Alarmism

I think it's called "Weather"...

Former UN Lead Author: Global Warming Caused By ‘Natural Variations’ In Climate

Global temperature change observed over the last hundred years or so is well within the natural variability of the last 8,000 years, according to a…

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Useful Idiots

Air pollution is causing your baby problems, but breastfeeding can help

Aitana Lertxundi has conducted her research work within the framework of the INma (Childhood and Environment) programme led by Jesús Ibarluzea of the Department of Health of the Government of the Basque Autonomous Community (region). 488 more words