Tag Archives: Carbon Dioxide

Natural-gas plans threaten greenhouse-gas targets


In a comment made 7:09 PM on January 5, 2012 to an article titled “Natural-gas plans threaten greenhouse-gas targets” http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/british-columbia/bc-politics/natural-gas-plans-threaten-greenhouse-gas-targets/article2291990/comments/  “GlynnMhor of Skywall” claimed “All four of the major global temperature datasets show how temperature increases have stalled over the … Continue reading

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U.S. Rivers and Streams Saturated With Carbon


Significant amount of carbon in land is leaking into streams and rivers, then to the atmosphere October 16, 2011 Rivers and streams in the United States are releasing substantially more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than previously thought. This according … Continue reading

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First global portrait of greenhouse gases emerges from pole-to-pole flights


BOULDER—A three-year series of research flights from the Arctic to the Antarctic has successfully produced an unprecedented portrait of greenhouse gases and particles in the atmosphere, scientists announced today.  The far-reaching field project, known as HIPPO, is enabling researchers to … Continue reading

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‘Galileo Movement’ Fuels Climate Change Divide in Australia


Two Australian retirees invoke the “father of modern science” to argue against settled climate science but instead draw from a deep history of denial and distortion A new group challenging the general consensus on climate science is getting significant air … Continue reading

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Economists Find Flaws in Federal Estimate of Climate Damage


A report concludes that each ton of CO2 emitted inflicts almost 45 times more “social cost” than the federal government estimates By Douglas Fischer, Daily Climate and The Daily Climate Uncle Sam‘s estimate of the damage caused by each ton … Continue reading

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Climate change reducing ocean’s carbon dioxide uptake


MADISON – How deep is the ocean’s capacity to buffer against climate change? As one of the planet’s largest single carbon absorbers, the ocean takes up roughly one-third of all human carbon emissions, reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide and its associated … Continue reading

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Carbon release and global warming now and in the ancient past


The present rate of greenhouse carbon dioxide emissions through fossil fuel burning is higher than that associated with an ancient episode of severe global warming, according to new research. The findings are published online this week by the journal Nature … Continue reading

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