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New eye in the sky to help UK weather forecasts

Originally posted on Official blog of the Met Office news team:
A new weather satellite is circling the earth. The JPSS-1 satellite, launched this weekend (18 November 2017) will provide a huge array of observational, near real-time, data which will…

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Posted in Climate Change, Environment, News, Science

Not waving but drowning?

Came across this in Science Advances; it’s a bit heavy going but worth the read. http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/3/11/e1700537 the Abstract follows. Abstract There is a general consensus among Earth scientists that melting of land ice greatly contributes to sea-level rise (SLR) and

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Posted in Climate Change, Science

Shrinking Glaciers

Here’s some very scary stuff from Carbon Brief and the Independent US Glacier National Park down to its last 26 glaciers after losing 124 in a century Glacier National Park in Montana is losing the ice that gave its name, a

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Posted in Carbon Emissions, Climate Change, Comment, COP 21, Ecology, Environment, News, Science, USA

Frog Tales

Found this on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/groups/30579496309/ Couldn’t resist it.

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Posted in Climate Change, Comment, Humour, Science

Climate change: The potential impacts of collective inaction – Redress Information & Analysis

Graham Peebles explains the likely alarming outcome for life on earth even if the targets of the Paris climate change conference, which aimed to limit the increase in global average temperature to … Source: Climate change: The potential impacts of

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Posted in Carbon Emissions, Climate Change, Comment, Energy, Environment, News, Renewable Energy, Research, Science

Hidden News

While the UK population gazes at its collective navel trying to decide if it’s an innie or an outie the real world carries on regardless. For example; in an incomprehensible judgement the US supreme court has decided to block Barack

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Posted in Carbon Emissions, Comment, COP 21, Israel, News, Politics, Research, Science, Sharing, USA Election

Hottest Year on Record

Originally posted on Open Mind:
Back when Richard Muller announced the formation of the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature project, those who deny the danger from global warming were thrilled. They thought the Berkeley project would prove once and for all…

Posted in Climate Change, Comment, El Nino, Environment, News, Research, Science
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