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“A job well done for President Obama”

This is not my opinion!  But forget about damning with faint praise, given the source this is damning with high praise. Obama’s negotiator, Todd Stern, will be here today. They have kept the exact same principles and negotiating stance as President George Bush did for eight years. Obama has carried on Bush’s legacy. So, as…

Copenhagen roundup

I never said much about Copenhagen finding it all rather predictably depressing. But in case you did not follow it closely the youtube audio below sums it all up admirably in the style of Dr Suess! (h/t to Climate Extremist)

Another week of GW News, December 13, 2009

Logging the Onset of The Bottleneck Years This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H. E. Taylor. Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week’s Global Warming news roundup

Guardian’s editorial on Copenhagen

The Guardian has run a front page editorial on the Copenhagen summit along with 56 papers in 20 languages. I read it at Real Climate who “takes no formal position” on its statements. I suppose it is to avoid the acusation of being political… Well, I have rarely read an editorial I agree with more.…

2 C or not 2 C?

James Hrynyshyn at Island of Doubt yesterday put up a really interesting examination of the Copenhagen Conference’s efforts to deal with just what is the “safety limit” for global warming. I won’t add much accept to lament the fact that “as much as possible as soon as possible” is too vague for public policy goals.…