Roger Pielke, Jr. is a believer in man-made global warming. Pielke Jr. directs the University of Colorado's Center for Science and Technology Policy Research and also is an associate professor of environmental studies. So the article below is a very … [Read more...] about Marc Morano: Pielke JR (not SR) Takes on Critics of Senate 400 Plus Scientist Report!
Archives for January 2008
A new paper published in the journal Geology suggests that it may be possible to seed carbon-rich environments with bacteria to create natural gas reservoirs. The study may also help explain high levels of methane in the atmosphere that occurred … [Read more...] about Natural Gas from Bacteria: A Renewable Resource Linked to Climate Change?
The UK's CRU has updated its HadCRUT3v temperatures. Global average anomalies for November and December 2007 are now present but are provisional for a few months in case late data arrives. No wonder newspaper reports haven't mentioned it - … [Read more...] about More on Global Non-Warming
I sold my home in Brisbane last year and I've now decided to live in a part of Australia known as The Blue Mountains. According to Wikipedia the mountains are not as the name suggests, a range of mountains, "but rather a series of cliffs surrounding … [Read more...] about Moving to the Cliffs
Do you see what I see? There is a new ‘Donate’ feature on the home-page of The Politics & Environment Blog. Its purpose is self-evident and it is hoped that members of our weblog community will consider availing themselves of the facility to help … [Read more...] about Weblog Cost-Recovery
I can barely keep up with the current raft of peer reviewed papers that drive yet more nails into the coffin of climate alarmism. Following on from the fading huricane scare that I recently blogged about here, a new paper published in Nature on 17th … [Read more...] about Another Climate Scare Goes into Reverse