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Our Climate, Trumpisn is Denialism

Where we share information on climatology and the changing Earth's climate.

With of course a special thought for deniers and those who would profit from denial.

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A snip for the planet

Started by Davy. Last reply by Chris May 2, 2015. 18 Replies

Blokes, it's time to man-up and face the snip - the future of the planet could well depend upon your decision, argues Dr Paul Willis who is the director of …Continue

Tags: consumption., resource, global, contraception, Vasectomy

Off Shore Wind Farms an Unforeseen Bonus

Started by Davy. Last reply by Lester Unega Waya Apr 3, 2014. 5 Replies

Off Shore Wind Farms an Unforeseen BonusOffshore wind turbines like those being planned off the East Coast could one day do double duty for residents, according to a new study.Scientists at the…Continue

Tags: electricity, generation, turbine, force, farm

Not just the Koch brothers: New study reveals funders behind the climate change denial effort

Started by Davy. Last reply by Chris Jan 12, 2014. 3 Replies

A new study conducted by Drexel University's environmental sociologist Robert J. Brulle, PhD,exposes the organizational underpinnings and funding behind the powerful climate change counter-movement.…Continue

Tags: denial, Climate

NASA: Climate Change Evidence

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Comment by Stephen on March 14, 2018 at 6:05am

Doone great site. Nasa and its numbers to my mind are undeniable. The trouble is Trump and his cohorts do just that. Ive heard them argue that Nasa and their data is biased in favour of climate change. If we are lucky we have only three more years of Trumpism if we arent and he goes the full two terms we're in big trouble.

Comment by Doone on March 14, 2018 at 5:40am

A very graphical view of the changing climate on Earth in ten year periods

Comment by Chris on February 6, 2018 at 2:29am

I wonder how many people realize that keeping lights on creates pollution and water shortages.

Comment by Chris on February 6, 2018 at 2:27am

Drought-stricken Cape Town, South Africa, moves up 'day zero' date in April when it could run out of water

Comment by Neal on January 23, 2018 at 6:36pm

Ah, global warming. Is that still a thing with the reality group? I thought the conservative anti-science pro-myth group had abolished facts.

Comment by Doone on January 23, 2018 at 3:56am

Surprise, the world was warmer again in 2017

According to NASA estimates, 2017 was the second warmest year on record since 1880. Henry Fountain, Jugal K. Patel, and Nadja Popovich reporting for The New York Times:

What made the numbers unexpected was that last year had no El Niño, a shift in tropical Pacific weather patterns that is usually linked to record-setting heat and that contributed to record highs the previous two years. In fact, last year should have benefited from a weak version of the opposite phenomenon, La Niña, which is generally associated with lower atmospheric temperatures.

Good times ahead.

Tags: environment, global warming, New York Times

Comment by Chris on January 20, 2018 at 6:49am

For thoes interested there will be a
Live Webcast: Holding Fossil Fuel Companies Liable for Climate Change Harms
Date: Thursday, January 25
Time: 9:00 p.m. EST / 6:00 p.m. PST

Comment by Chris on January 18, 2018 at 7:46am

There is something incomplete about this article from the NYT's.

Where plastic goes is a wash.

Comment by Davy on January 15, 2018 at 4:09pm

Yeah! Well according to those that are exporting their trash to Zhongguo it's to bloody costly to do it at home so they export it and make plenty of moolah instead. 

Comment by Chris on January 15, 2018 at 7:06am

After the wait

I'll try again.

Plastics Pile Up as China Refuses to Take the West’s Recycling


Ever since China announced last year that it no longer wanted to be the “world’s garbage dump,” recycling about half of the globe’s plastics and paper products, Western nations have been puzzling over what to do when the ban went into effect, which it did on Jan. 1. The answer, to date, in Britain at least, is nothing. At least one waste disposal site in London is already seeing a buildup of plastic recyclables and has had to pay to have some of it removed. Similar backups have been reported in Canada, Ireland, Germany and several other European nations, while tons of rubbish is piling up in port cities like Hong Kong. Steve Frank, of Pioneer Recycling in Oregon, owns two plants that collect and sort 220,000 tons of recyclable materials each year. A majority of it was until recently exported to China. “My inventory is out of control,” he said. China’s ban, Mr. Frank said, has caused “a major upset of the flow of global recyclables.” Now, he said, he is hoping to export waste to countries like Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Malaysia — “anywhere we can” — but “they can’t make up the difference.” In Britain, Jacqueline O’Donovan, managing director of the British waste disposal firm, O’Donovan Waste Disposal, said that “the market has completely changed” since China’s decision went into effect. Her company collects and disposes of about 70,000 tons of plastic trash every year, she said, and expects “huge bottlenecks across the whole of England” in the coming months.

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