A Few Things Ill Considered

Archives for October, 2007

Catching up with Rabett Run

As with In It for the Gold, Eli Rabbet’s Rabbet Run is another quality blog that can’t be just marked as read. So I have no other option but to settle down for a bit of focused reading and catch up on Eli’s latest 19 posts! (Eli, if you are reading this, you might want…

Catching up with In It For the Gold

Well, Goggle reader is a great tool, but it sure has a way of shaming you when you let your daily reading slip…especially for a couple of weeks. Of course I subscribe to many other blogs and feeds. but Michael Tobis’ In It for the Gold is not one I like to just “mark all…

…so says the headline of a Guardian news paper report from one week ago (this has very likely been covered already in other climate blogs but I am too far behind on my blog reading to know any better!)

Another Week of GW News, October 21, 2007

Sipping from the internet firehose… This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H.E.Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week’s GW news roundup

The Daily Show covers Gore’s Nobel prize

In the Daily Show’s brilliant style we get a quick overview of the right wing’s hysterical reaction to Al Gore being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (co winning with the IPCC). (YouTube video below with a H/T to CrooksandLiars)

Another Week of GW News, October 14, 2007

This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H.E.Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week’s GW news roundup

Another Week of GW News, October 7, 2007

This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H.E.Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week’s GW news roundup

South America chokes as Amazon Burns

“South America chokes as Amazon Burns” is the headline on an online Independent news article. Apparently the annual practice of fall burning to clear forest land so we can eat hamburgers and get fat has spun out of control this year. The world’s largest forest has become a bit of a “tinder box” due to…

Developed and Developing Countries Agree

So says a recent poll from PIPA. They agree on exactly what, you ask?

Record Arctic Sea Ice Loss in 2007

Arctic sea ice dropped to a record low in 2007, surpassing by a very striking margin (twenty four percent!) the previous record of two years ago.