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Anything goes. Moderation is light. Suggested topic: Pielke and Holdren and Hoerling and Romm, oh my! Resolved: Holdren is not blameless for this mess. Opinions?
[vimeo 81837427 w=500 h=375] Angela Druckman – Low Carbon Fun: Lifestyles in a Low Emissions Society from tyndallcentre on Vimeo.
A couple of promising links, one explaining the importance of biochar, and one explaining a credible commercialization effort involving biochar. [more]
The Economist reports "The high seas are so vast and distant that people behave as though they cannot be protected or do not need protection. Neither is true. Humanity has harmed the high seas, but it can reverse that damage. Unless it does so, there will be trouble brewing beneath the waves." [more]
Andrew Weaver, the climate scientist turned Green Party politician, has raised hackles among environmental activists by lending support to a proposal to build a huge oil refinery near Kitimat in northwestern British Columbia. “Obviously as the Green Party [MLA], I’d prefer to keep it in the ground as much as possible and start to invest sooner than later into the low-carbon economy of tomorrow, but I’m pragmatic and I recognize at some point one may need to develop a […]
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