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2 hrs ago | Washington Times

Former Vice President Al Gore will speak to the United Nations on climate change.

One thing is for sure about Al Gore : It never rains on his global warming parade. The former vice president is not about to let go of his climate change zeal, and he takes to the Internet at high noon Tuesday for a lengthy demonstration.


Related Topix: US Politics, US News, Al Gore, Activism, Rush Limbaugh, Tax

6 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight

Three reasons why global warming requires a full stop for new tar sands pipelines and tankers

New satellite image analysis shows Greenland and Antarctica now losing a mind-boggling 500 cubic kilometres of ice annually, more than double the rate of five years ago, speeding up sea-level rise. United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon has asked world leaders to attend a special climate summit in New York this month to bring new initiatives in the fight against global warming and lay groundwork for agreement at the upcoming critical summit in Paris in 2015.


Related Topix: Environment, Science, Activism, Columbia, CA, Boat Disaster, Alternative Energy, Energy

9 hrs ago | The Brad Blog

Republican Senior Federal Judge, Domestic Abuse Experts Call for...

Republican voter suppression laws getting huge boosts from GOP-appointed federal judges in NC, where 100s recently disenfranchised, and now in WI, in advance of critical mid-terms... The media and the U.S. Government have decided to give the latest barbaric idiots to rise up in the Middle East all the publicity they crave, despite the 'exaggerated' threat posed to the U.S., or even in the region.


Related Topix: US Politics, US News, US Senate, Republican, Senator Rand Paul, Alabama, Country, Boat Disaster

13 hrs ago | Express India

Asian monsoon almost 40 million years old

Asian monsoon, one of the largest and crucial climate system in the world, existed 40 million years ago - much earlier than previous estimates, according to a new study. Scientists believed the climate pattern known as the Asian monsoon began 22-25 million years ago as a result of the uplift of the Tibetan Plateau and the Himalaya Mountains.


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17 hrs ago | American Thinker

The Oceans Ate Global Warming?

In Alice in Wonderland , by Lewis Carroll, Alice says she cannot believe impossible things. The Queen of Hearts is surprised: "When I was younger, I always did it for half an hour a day.


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17 hrs ago | Mashable

United Nations Reveals List of Leaders Attending Upcoming Climate Summit

The United Nations Secretary-General's daylong Climate Summit in New York on Sept. 23 will draw about 120 heads of state, and many lower-ranking officials, according to a list of speakers the U.N. released this week.


Related Topix: World News, China, Asia, Environment, Science, Canada

Sun Sep 14, 2014

Windsor Beacon

At least 150 major companies prep for carbon prices

ExxonMobil, the world's largest publicly traded oil and gas company, assumes in its business plans that there will be an eventual U.S. price on heat-trapping carbon dioxide emissions. It's one of 29 major U.S.-based companies to put an internal price on carbon, according to a report Sept.


Related Topix: Exxon Mobil, Energy, Oil & Gas, Non-Profit, Big Box Retailers, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Accuracy In Media

While World Burns, United Nations worries about Global Warming

While conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Ukraine are dominating headlines across the world, the United Nations released a report warning people about global warming. Or, in other words, the U.N. warned the world about global warming's latest new reincarnation called "climate change."


Related Topix: Environment, Science, Tyne and Wear County, England, World News, United Kingdom,

Sydney Morning Herald

Climate activism's new frontier is targeting fossil fuel investors

In mid-July, the peak body of the Uniting Church in Australia voted to sell its investments in fossil fuels. The decision was available online for anyone who cared to peruse the church's minutes, but it didn't issue a media release until a month and a half later, on the last Friday afternoon in August.


Related Topix: Australia, Oceania, World News, Activism


Ocean algae can evolve fast to tackle climate change: study

Tiny marine algae can evolve fast enough to cope with climate change in a sign that some ocean life may be more resilient than thought to rising temperatures and acidification, a study showed. Evolution is usually omitted in scientific projections of how global warming will affect the planet in coming decades because genetic changes happen too slowly to help larger creatures such as cod, tuna or whales.


Related Topix: Genetics, Medicine

The Toronto Star

For oil-rich Norway, it's not easy being green

"Maybe the most embarrassing thing is that Statoil likes to use their investments in tarsands as a further way of building its reputation." Ever since it struck oil under the North Sea in the late 1960s, Norway has tried to find a balance between profiting from oil and natural gas and protecting the environment in a country as rich in beauty as it is in fossil fuels.


Related Topix: Environment, Science, North America, Canada, World News, Activism, Stephen Harper

CBS Local

Philly Environmental Group Recruiting People To Go To Anti-Global Warming March In NY

Although the idea of climate change remains hugely controversial, there's a call for those who think it is an imminent threat to head to a major march next weekend. The People's Climate March is next Sunday, September 21st outside the United Nations building in New York, just ahead of a major climate meeting there.

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Related Topix: Environment, Science, Philadelphia, NY

The Fresno Bee

Massive renewable energy project alters German landscape

And towering symbols of that drive are appearing in the middle of the North Sea. They are wind turbines, standing as far as 60 miles from the mainland, stretching as high as 60-story buildings and costing up to $30 million apiece.


Related Topix: Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy, Activism, Commercial Aircraft, Civil Aircraft, Aircraft, Airbus A380, Airbus Aircraft

Sat Sep 13, 2014

American Reporter

Reporting: ScienceEINSTEIN, Newton, and the Nature of the Universe: a Boomerang Bounce

BRADENTON, Fla., Dec. 7. 2009 - Support for an accord on climate change in Copenhagen has come from a surprising place: Germany's mammoth re-insurer, Munich Re, which says huge losses due to climate change demand that "fundamental framework conditions should be established" iat the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit, whicxh opened today. "We cannot afford a delay at the expense of future generations," the company said in an official statement.


Related Topix: World News, Denmark, Bradenton, FL

Daily Kos

This week in science: start your Interocitors

You've seen some closeups of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, but this image gives an idea of what it might actually look like if you were onboard the Rosetta spacecraft. One of Rosetta's two solar panels provides context for its true apparent size and the dim light from a sun more than 300 million miles distant.


Green Left Weekly

Climate activists mobilise at UN summit

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has called a special Climate Summit at United Nations Headquarters in New York City on September 23. This meeting, which is in addition to the annual UN Climate Change Conferences within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, is intended to "mobilize action and ambition on climate change". Because this event will take place during the annual UN General Assembly meeting, Ban can expect a large number of heads of state to attend, as well as the "business, finance, civil society and local leaders" that he has invited.


Related Topix: Activism

Scientific Blogging

Environmental Scientists Make The Environmental Case For Fracking

A strange thing happened during climate change policy debates: Advances in hydraulic fracturing - fracking - put trillions of dollars' worth of previously unreachable oil and natural gas within humanity's grasp, and using it led to reductions in CO2 in the United States. America disavowed nuclear energy due to anti-science beliefs and lobbying by environmental groups and adopted dirty coal in its place.


Related Topix: Environment, Science, Alternative Energy, Wind Power, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy

American Thinker

The Economist Strains to Salvage AGW Theory

In science, a valid hypothesis must be predictive. If it is not, it is deemed to be wrong.


Fri Sep 12, 2014


UN Global Warming Propaganda Campaign: Return to Perceived Success Indicates Desperation

The World Meteorological Organization is running a campaign using television weather presenters and national broadcasters from around the world, to influence the UN's Climate Summit 2014 scheduled for New York City on September 23. It is a counter attack designed to offset their losing the public, political, and scientific debate. "paint a compelling picture of what life could be like on a warmer planet,"a "Climate change is already leading to more extreme weather such as intense heat and raina We need to act now."


Related Topix: Weather

Power Line

Full-Frontal Environmentalism: We Knew It All Along

There's an old line that environmentalists are "watermelons"-green on the outside, red on the inside. A lot of environmentalists will take great offense if you say this: No no! We like economic growth and capitalism just fine! We just want it to be "sustainable," whatever that means.