Written by Dennis T. Avery
by Dennis T. Avery
"2008 will be the hottest year in a century:" The Old Farmers' Almanac, September 11, 2008.
We're now well into the earth's third straight harsher winter-but in late 2007 it was still hard to forget 22 straight years of global warming from 1976-1998. So the Old Farmer's ...
Written by Robert Ferguson
Written by William DiPuccio
Written by SPPI
Written by Douglas Clark, Martina Tyrrell, Martha Dowsley, A. Lee Foote, Milton Freeman and Susan G. Clark
Monday, December 15, 2008
Polar bears are recognized worldwide as living symbols of the Arctic, and have recently become prominent symbols in international ...
Written by RSN
Written by wattsupwiththat
Written by Joseph D'Aleo
December 21, 2008
By Joseph D'Aleo, CCM, Fellow AMS
With the number of sunspotless days reaching 16 so far this month, we have now exceeded 1912 as the 2nd quietest sun year since 1900. Only 1913 ranked higher with 311 days. With 12 more days this month as of this writing, we could ...
Written by Peter Zeihan
Written by CRS
December 17, 2008
A U.S.-centric Chronology of the International Climate Change Negotiations R40001 - December 1, 2008
Congressional Research Reports
Under the "Bali Action Plan," countries around the globe are endeavoring to reach agreement by the end of 2009 on effective, feasible, and fair ...