UN climate body in panic mode as satellite temperatures turn down and a hard winter lashes both hemispheres A soprano thrillingly hits her top-A, sighs with relief at achieving the desired effect, and moves on. But not the Intergovernmental Panel on … [Read more...] about The IPCC: On The Run At Last by Bob Carter
Archives for March 2008
1) The Icelandic Minke Whaler’s Association states on its website “A conceivable agreement within the IWC?” A rough translation: “There has been an intersessional IWC meeting in London in March. According to the Icelandic IWC Commissioner, … [Read more...] about Whaling in the North Part II 2008 and Listen to a Humpback
In July 2002 I was helping teach an underwater photography course for students at James Cook University. Day trips to the outer barrier were organised from Port Douglas. On the reef I mostly saw dead coral smothered with rafts of brown algae, and … [Read more...] about Coral Re-growth on the Great Barrier Reef: A Note from Bob Halstead
I have agreed to publish 'Letters to The Editor' that fail to make the mainstream newspapers. The following contribution from Art Raiche appears to have been overlooked by both the Sydney Morning Herald and The Australian: Dear Sir, Australia's … [Read more...] about Letter to The Editor: Ban Night-Time Sport
One of the most important outcomes of The 2008 International Conference on Climate Change in New York City conference was the production of the Manhattan Declaration on Climate Change, a copy of which you can read below. The coordinators of the … [Read more...] about Sign Up to Endorse Declaration Against Man-Made Climate Fears!
I did a radio interview commenting on global temperatures and weather patterns last Monday which was picked up by The Australian, then the blogosphere and now Fox News. Some people have asked me for clarification on a few points including what the … [Read more...] about Climate Facts to Warm To (Part 2)