SEA level is measured in two ways: from tidal gauges and by satellite altimeter. According to the University of Colorado, Bolder, since August 1992 the satellite altimeters have been measuring sea level on a global basis with unprecedented accuracy … [Read more...] about Dip in Global Sea Level Won’t Save Tuvalu
Archives for December 9, 2008
Now that the EU is attempting at Poznan to set up a scheme which will make its industries buy carbon allocations via an auction, rather than simply receiving them free of charge, reality is finally intruding on the madness. Read more here. … [Read more...] about Update from Climate Conference in Poland
Give me the liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely according to conscience, above all liberties. John Milton [via Benny Peiser] … [Read more...] about Give me the Liberty …
With reference to the crisis in financial markets, Sydney-based think tank The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS) held a forum yesterday entitled ‘The End of Capitalism’. CIS Research Fellow, Dr Oliver Marc Hartwich, suggested that doom and … [Read more...] about Always Scared to Death?
Each year On Line Opinion and Club Troppo collaborate to publish a Best Blogs feature in January, which features the best blog pieces from the previous year selected from reader nominations. This year we are doing it again. What was the best … [Read more...] about Best [Australian] Blogs of 2008
THE public hysteria surrounding the proposed Tasmanian pulpmill shows that the logging of native forests remains one of Australia’s hottest environmental topics. This is surprising given that sustainable wood production is now permitted within just a … [Read more...] about The Cult of Celebrity and Tasmanian Forestry