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April 2015

IPCC: More Than All of Observed Warming Has Been Caused by Humanity’s Emissions

By | aerosols, CO2, Emissions, global cooling pollutants, in-depth and Popular Press, Temperature | No Comments

First published on Truthout.org April 24, 2015. “The best estimate of the human-induced contribution to warming is similar to the observed warming [from 1951 through 2010].” IPCC 2013, Summary for Policy Makers.(1) This statement differs radically from the almost ubiquitous understanding that part of global warming…

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There All Along: “Exceptional” Slowdown of the Gulf Stream From Greenland Melt

By | Abrupt changes, Arctic, Glaciers, Greenland, Gulf Stream, Oceans, Truthout.org | No Comments

First Published on Truthout, April 13, 2015. The Gulf Stream plays an immensely important role in moderating the climate of eastern North America and Europe. Moreover, Greenland melt impacts ocean current processes in the North Atlantic. For years, contradictory research has alternately said the Gulf…

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Merchants of Doubt Premieres in Austin: Melton to talk about $900 million annual climate change counter-movement

By | Deniers and Delayers, Messaging, Psycho | No Comments

(See more on the Drexel/Stanford research on the climate change counter-movement here.) Merchants of Doubt, A film by Sony Pictures and Robert KennerAustin Premiere and Lecture by Bruce Melton PE Inspired by the acclaimed book by Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway, MERCHANTS OF DOUBT takes…

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