Arctic Ice Still Melting, But We May Never See An Actual Tipping Point

August 5, 2011 by  
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There’s no doubt that Arctic sea ice is melting at record rates, with rising temperatures in the region outpacing the global average increase, but a new article in Science questions whether there will ever be a tipping point in Arctic ice melting …. Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Talk Like A Pirate Day and Climate Change: Arrr, Matey

September 19, 2010 by  
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Forget the hockey stick , this is the most important graph in the climate change biz, the relationship between the global average temperature and the number of pirates. We trot out Wellington Grey’s handiwork every September 19th, on International Talk Like A Pirate Day.

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Every Year of Delaying Legislation on Climate Change Adds $500 Billion a Year Says IEA

November 13, 2009 by  
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The normally conservative International Energy Agency is now saying that we must act faster to prevent climate change. Not only to prevent catastrophe, but also because the longer we wait, the more difficult and expensive it becomes to achieve the greater and greater cuts that are necessary to keep worldwide temperature rise to 2 degrees Centigrade or a 3.8 degrees Fahrenheit global average. 2 C is the least we can realistically hope and aim for now

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Every Year of Delaying Legislation on Climate Change Adds $500 Billion a Year Says IEA

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