Greenland’s ice caps are bigger than thought previously. So what?

Lots of interesting science coming out at the moment about the impact of global warming on sea levels.  A new report about Greenland claims that the ice that is trapped on land is much greater than previously thought.  So what, you might ask.  The reason it is a problem is that ice on land in the form of glaciers does not contribute to the height More...

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By Tristan Fischer On Wednesday, May 21st, 2014
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Antarctic ice loss is double what previously thought

Remember those climate change sceptics who claimed that while they agreed that Arctic ice cap loss was accelerating, the Antarctic was seeing an increase in ice.  They were wrong. From the Guardian: Antarctica More...

By Tristan Fischer On Wednesday, May 21st, 2014
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Why do we hate wind energy?

Great cartoon by Hellerton says a lot about the irrational fear of wind energy.  Look at all of the alternatives!    More...