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  • NOAA reports carbon dioxide still on the rise in greenhouse gases
    NOAA reports carbon dioxide still on the rise in greenhouse gases
    The recent reports on carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the earth's atmosphere are not encouraging. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released their findings on September 9, 2014 that CO2 levels measured at Mauna Loa rose...
  • Oysters
    Ocean acidification deals blow to Pacific Northwest oyster industry
    “The world is my oyster” is an expression that imparts optimism and success, but the shellfish industry has been hit hard in recent years by ocean acidification caused by warmer water temperatures that alters the pH balance.Marine...
  • New NASA spacecraft to study carbon dioxide levels in Earth's atmosphere
    New NASA spacecraft to study carbon dioxide levels in Earth's atmosphere
    NASA's first spacecraft dedicated to measuring carbon dioxide levels in Earth's atmosphere is in final preparations for aJuly 1launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base,California.The Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) mission will provide...
  • electricity
    A shocking rise in electric rates
    Bonnie Raitt has a song that goes “turn down the lights, turn down the bed” that might have been expressing the only way to cope with the new EPA regulations regarding carbon dioxide emissions. Squarely in the sights of this new...
  • Climate Models miss the mark
    National Climate Assessment poses disaster for the economy
    An egregious piece of propaganda issued in the National Climate Assessment, a document described in the Wall Street Journal,produced by so called experts hand-picked by government, and designed to stir hysteria for government benefit. While posing...
  • Sun
    Researchers create jet fuel from water, carbon dioxide, and sunlight
    Chemistry World reported on Friday that a group of European researchers have made a giant step toward inventing a process that will create jet fuel from sunlight, water and carbon dioxide. If and when the process can be brought to an industrial...
  • Act Now Tiberi
    'Chasing Ice' team chases Ohio Congressman Pat Tiberi on climate change
    The long, cold winter of discontent Ohioans suffered through this year had more snow and ice than was expected or wanted, but the solid form of water Buckeyes never want to see again is exactly the focal point of Chasing Ice, an Academy Award®...
  • Natural gas flaring in North Dakota
    North Dakota's fracking-fields pumping CO2 into air from natural gas flaring
    Increased fracking and oil/gas production in the Bakken area of North Dakota has resulted in a large increase in CO2 emissions from flared natural gas. While the fracked wells in the Bakken primarily produce oil, natural gas and other hydrocarbons...
  • Charles Krauthammer
    Eliminate the opposition: Get Krauthammer
    Climate alarmists and the MSM are going after Charles Krauthammer with a fury, according to Forbes, for objecting to Obama’s remarks in his State of the Union address. Promoting his agenda, the president said that climate change is a &ldquo...
  • Ethanol – Is the End in Sight
    Ethanol – Is the End in Sight
    Dina Cappiello, an Associated Press reporter, filed an article titled, “Ethanol’s Impact – The Secret, Dirty Cost of Obama’s Green Power Push.” The Des Moines Register published the story on November 12th.There is one...
  • Princeton University-led research suggests that even if carbon dioxide emissions came to a sudden halt, the carbon dioxide already in Earth's atmosphere could continue to warm our planet for hundreds of years.
    Ending carbon emissions will make no difference in temperature rise
    Even if all carbon dioxide emissions were stopped today the temperature increases associated with carbon dioxide would still continue for at least the next one thousand years according to new research published in the Nov. 24, 2013, issue of the...
  • Global emissions of carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels are set to rise again in 2013, reaching a record high of 36 billion tonnes -- according to new figures from the Global Carbon Project.
    Carbon emissions on track to a new record in 2013
    Researchers from the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of East Anglia and the Global Carbon Project published new data on Nov. 18, 2013, that indicates that carbon emissions will set an all time high of 40 billion tons...
  • This photo shows rich benthic fauna and associated reef fish in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia.
    New research index predicts radically different climate by 2047
    Dr. Camilo Mora and colleagues at the College of Social Sciences' Department of Geography at the University of Hawaii at Manoa reported the development of a new index of the time frame when climate change will produce a radically different...
  • CHAOS
    Obama's EPA chills coal
    Pres. Obama has ordered new EPA Administrator McCarthy to move forward with long-awaited greenhouse gas air pollution emission controls on American coal-fired power plants. The draft rules require that all new coal plants built in the U.S. limit...
  • Soot and global temperature change.
    New temperature model: Minimal help by cutting soot and methane
    Climate researcher Steve Smith of the Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the Joint Global Change Research Institute in College Park, Maryland published a new climate change model in the Aug. 12, 2013, issue of the...