New UN Warming Summary Met by Snow & Record Cold - Sampling of Articles in past few days New Zealand Vinyards Failing Due to "Record Cold" Excerpt: The winery made a rights issue announcement on Tuesday in an underwritten bid to raise about $1.5 … [Read more...] about Cool Round Up from Marc Morano
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The Japanese whaling fleet set sail yesterday in defiance of international condemnation with plans to land what could be the biggest catch of minke and humpback whales since the 1960s. As it has for more than two decades, the Japanese Government … [Read more...] about Japanese Whalers to Target Humpbacks
Lord Nigel Lawson, former Chancellor of the Exchequer, prominent commentator on the Stern Report, and key member of the 2006 UK House of Lords Economics Committee Report into the Economics of Climate Change will speak on: 'The Politics and Economics … [Read more...] about Lord Nigel Lawson on ‘The Politics and Economics of Climate Change’
The fourth and final part of the of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 2007 Fourth Assessment Report has been published. The Summary for Policymakers of the Synthesis Report is available here or direct from the IPCC … [Read more...] about Part 4 the of UN IPCC AR4 Climate Report Published: Synthesis or Synthetic?
I’ve never seen a Potoroo – apparently members of the genus look like rats and can hop like kangaroos. The Gilbert’s Potoroo is Australia’s most endangered marsupial and it's not climate change but rather syphilis that may result in its extinction. … [Read more...] about Gilbert’s Potoroo to Survive Syphilis?
While the Murray River is flowing strongly despite the drought, many of its tributaries are drying up. Yesterday I visited the Wakool River with Wakool Landholders Association Chairman John Lolicato. He showed me a spot downstream of Gee Gee bridge … [Read more...] about Murray River Tributary Reduced to Billabongs