Climatologists Baffled by Global Warming Time-Out
Global warming appears to have stalled. Climatologists are puzzled as to why average global temperatures have stopped rising over the last 10 years. Some attribute the trend to a lack of sunspots, while others explain it through ocean currents.
Sunspots? Ocean Currents? These don’t sound […]
This headline may come as a bit of a surprise, so too might that fact that the warmest year recorded globally was not in 2008 or 2007, but in 1998. Average temperatures have not increased for over a decade.
Only by playing with data can scientists come up with the infamous ‘hockey stick’ graph of global warming
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Remarks to the Global Environment Forum
Honourable Ahn Sang-Soo, Mayor of Incheon Metropolitan City,
Honourable Mr. Ko Kun, Co-Chairman of the global Enviroment Forum,
Honourable Mr. Lee Man-yi, Minister of Environment,
Distinguished guests, Ladies and gentlemen, Dear Friends,
It is a great privilege for me to participate in this global Environment Forum.
Former Vice President Al Gore declared that the Congressional climate bill will help bring about “global governance.”
“I bring you good news from the U.S., “Gore said on July 7, 2009 in Oxford at the Smith School World Forum on Enterprise and the Environment, sponsored by UK Times.
Leaders of the world’s eight major industrial countries, meeting in central Italy are reporting progress in their discussions on efforts to deal with global warming.
* World’s richest emit about half of Earth’s carbon
* Tracking the wealthy could break climate impasse
* New method would follow individual greenhouse emissions
By Deborah Zabarenko, Environment Correspondent
WASHINGTON, July 6 (Reuters) – To fairly divide the climate change fight between rich and poor, a new study […]
President Obama this afternoon called a House-passed energy bill "an extraordinary first step" toward halting global warming and reducing the use of fossil fuels, but he expressed reservations about a controversial provision that would slap tariffs on imports from countries that do not similarly crack down on greenhouse gas emissions.
"My call to every senator, as well as to every American, is this," he said. "We cannot be afraid of the future. And we must not be prisoners of the past. Don’t believe the misinformation out there that suggests there is somehow a contradiction between investing in clean energy and economic growth."
WASHINGTON (AP) – House Democrats narrowly won a key test vote Friday on sweeping legislation to combat global warming and usher in a new era of cleaner energy. Republicans said the bill included "the largest tax increase in American history."