Archives for April 2, 2007

Court Rebukes Administration in Global Warming Case says the NYT (thanks to J), and its April the 2nd not first so I guess we can trust them. In a vain attempt to blog this before the usual suspects do, I haven’t bothered to more than skim the report of the decision. But it looks interesting……

Nature has Climate sensitivity constrained by CO2 concentrations over the past 420 million years (subs req, of course). Its interesting for two reasons: firstly as yet another way of getting the same range for climate sensitivity (they get 2.8 oC as a best guess). And secondly as an antidote to the septics who assert no…

Only In It For The Gold

As ever, Michael Tobis’s thoughts are well worth reading.

CarbonTracker is cute (though poss not as much as CarboTracker, which google suggested I might have meant. I wonder how long the explicit “What does CarbonTracker tell us? North America is a source of CO2 to the atmosphere. The natural uptake of CO2 that occurs mostly East of the Rocky Mountains removes only ~30% of…