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September 2014

The Pause… The Hiatus… Temperature Flattening Myth, Part 6

By | El Nino, global cooling pollutants, Myths, pause hiatus, Temperature | No Comments
Work from the  Climate Change Research Centre, UNSW (The University of New South Wales), Australia Shows what temps would be like without anthropogenic interference—including aerosols in the mid 20th century! These researchers used the latest generation of climate model simulations  to investigate the occurrence of...
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With This Decade’s Climate Policy, Expect More Warming Than if Nothing Was Done at All, by Bruce Melton

By | Abrupt changes, Climate Policy, climate pollutants short-lived, CO2, CO2 Removal and Sequestration, Emissions, Emissions Scenarios, Fracking, global cooling pollutants, in-depth and Popular Press, Methane, Policy, short-term, Temperature, Truthout.org | No Comments

First Published on Truthout, August 27, 2014 (link) The fundamental climate change policy question today is not how much we should reduce carbon dioxide emissions by when, but what will currently proposed carbon dioxide emissions reductions do to our climate in the near-term? In addition,…

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A Perspective on Air Capture of Carbon Dioxide: Much Easier than Media Reporting Suggests

By | alternatives, CO2 Removal and Sequestration, sequestration | No Comments
Direct atmospheric removal (air capture) should not be confused with geoengineering. These air capture techniques, old and new, remove CO2 from the atmosphere just like we remove other pollutants from say, water in our wastewater facilities, or simply sweeping up dirt from the kitchen floor....
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