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Category Archives: Climate Science Watch Update
A few highlights from our weekend reading: Supertyphoon Haiyan and Superstorm Sandy "would not have been as severe in a world without warming," writes Michael Mann, in calling for action on climate change. "The bottom line is this: climate change makes … Continue reading
Updates on some areas of interest: Earthbeat radio interview on White House scientific integrity guidelines; Hot author Hertsgaard on climate preparedness: “Why Seattle will stay dry when your city floods;” Radical right bankroller Koch brothers and their unregulated 300-million-ton carbon … Continue reading
Updating a few items on issues we’ve been tracking and writing about: EPA takes a step in the right direction on mountaintop removal coal mining; Cuccinelli's radical right-wing star keeps rising at Virginia tea party convention; Chris Mooney on communicating … Continue reading
A brief update on research findings and events we’re keeping track of this week.
A brief update on climate science news, legislation, and media resources.
Notes on climate and energy legislation, climate science, media, and a briefing on NOAA’s 2009 State of the Climate report. A brief update on what we’re keeping track of and writing about this week.
State of the Climate 2009 report; Netroots Nation 2010; ‘Mainstreaming’ federal climate change adaptation
Policy-focused reconstruction financing to rebuild the country; NY Times: Putting “the manufactured controversy known as Climategate behind us”; NASA: first half of 2010 set global temperature record; Giant ice sculpture to be unveiled outside U.S. Senate July 15; U.S. Climate … Continue reading
A brief update on events, hearings, and legislative developments that we’ll be tracking and writing about this week.
A brief summary of some of the things we are tracking and writing about this week—UPDATED 6/23