by CINDY on MARCH 15, 2012 (repost)
4 a.m. Bali, December 2007, the first Tuesday of the two-week UN climate talks. My phone rings, waking me up. Blearily, and a little crossly, I answer it.
I was in Bali to run Greenpeace International’s media for the meeting. The caller was someone called “John” who said he was an intern for a US NGO that I had never heard of. It was a small NGO, he said, who couldn’t come to the meeting, but “john” asked me for a copy of the UNFCCC’s media list for the meeting. Continue reading “HOW HEARTLAND LIED TO ME AND ILLEGALLY RECORDED THE LIES”
Its a great strategy. Get it completely wrong in bold type on your front page, and then, when pushed, make a tiny, hard to notice correction at a later date! Continue reading The Australian: Front page error, tiny second page correction.
As The Australian claims sea level rise is not linked to global warming, the world’s most influential climate scientist has called on “sane and rational voices” to speak out and correct the record.
Here is another piece from a journo (Graham Readfearn) who by contrast seems to always get it right! Murdering Science, the Graham LLoyd way.
Crikey.com.au, January 15, 2012
More than 250 scientists have gathered in Hobart today for a summit of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the UN’s climate science body. The Oz marked the summit’s opening with a front-page “exclusive” story which claimed there was “no link” between sea level rises and global warming. Continue reading “‘The Australian’ goofs it up again while IPCC chief calls for ‘sane voices’ in local climate debate.”
AFP: September 11, 2011
PARIS — The area covered by Arctic sea ice reached it lowest point this week since the start of satellite observations in 1972, German researchers announced on Saturday.
“The extent of the Arctic sea ice has reached on September 8, with 4.240 million square kilometres (1.637 million square miles), a new historic minimum,” the University of Bremen’s Institute of Environmental Physics said in a press release.
The new mark was about half-a-percent under the previous record low set in September 2007, it said. Continue reading “A new low for Arctic sea ice”
Sydney Morning Herald, August 26, 2011
UPDATE: See Scott Mandia on CNBC talking about Irene, the flood risk and other issues.
The north-east seaboard of the US, including Washington and financial centre New York, rushed to prepare for a possible mauling from Hurricane Irene that will hit the coast this weekend. From the Carolinas to Cape Cod, more than 50 million people were potentially in Irene’s path. States, cities, ports, industries, oil refineries and nuclear plants scrambled to activate emergency plans, while residents stocked up on food and water and worked to secure homes, vehicles and boats. Continue reading “East coast in Irene’s path, scrambles to prepare .”
I think you will enjoy this. This is a video made by Jennifer Kanter on behalf of a major project on coral reefs supported by the World Bank, GEF and University of Queensland. See the full details of the project here. Global Change and the World’s Coral Reefs from climateshiftsvideo on Vimeo. Continue reading Global Change and the World’s Coral Reefs
A new study published in the open source journal PLoS ONE (Bongaerts et al 2010) sheds light on the connectivity of corals within and between reef habitats, with some pretty surprising findings. Whilst previous research has identified distinct differences in morphology and genetic structure over small spatial scales, these new findings from the outer-shelf reefs … Continue reading Ecological selection drives genetic divergence in a reef building coral