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OTEC and Energy Innovation: The Willie Sutton Approach Robert Stewart of Texas A&M points out in Oceanography in the 21st Century,

Willie Sutton is purported to have claimed he robbed banks “because that’s where the money is.”
Whether or not those were his words; it is the right approach to energy.
Robert Stewart of Texas A&M points out in Oceanography in the 21st Century,”18 times more heat has… clean energy innovation, Climate, Energy, Environment, global temperatures, OTEC, Sustainability, Water

Climate Change: Global Temperatures Still Above Average The Economist noting an apparent “hiatus” in global warming

Some skeptics have seized on a recent article in The Economist noting an apparent “hiatus” in global warming to argue that climate change is a fiction and efforts to address it are misguided. Those interpretations, which were voiced by some representatives at a recent House hearing on… apparent hiatus, Climate, climate change, climate skeptics, Communications and Messaging, Environment, Environmental Policy, global temperatures, Global Warming, he Economist, the economist

Climate Change and the Carbon Bubble Reality Checkby Lord Stern of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change (London School of Economics),

In recent months there has been a renewed look at the idea of a financial carbon bubble, or unburnable carbon reserves. Most recently, a report from The Carbon Tracker with a forward by Lord Stern of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change (London School of Economics), argued that… Carbon and De-carbonization, Carbon Bubble, Carbon Tracker, Climate, Energy and Economy, Energy Demand, global temperatures, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change, London School of Economics, Renewables, Solar Power

20th Century Temperatures the Hottest in 1400 Years: New Climate Change according to a first-of-its-kind scientific study

Global average temperatures were the hottest in 1400 years in the 20th century, more specifically during the period 1971-2000, according to a first-of-its-kind scientific study. The study, conducted by a team of 78 climate researchers in 24 countries, helps break new ground in climate science… Climate, climate change, Environment, Global average temperatures, global temperatures, News, Risk Management

The Consequences of a Blue Arctic good algorasm plug-and-chug math regarding a critical topic

We haven’t had a good algorasm here in a while, so let’s break out our calculators and do some plug-and-chug math regarding a critical topic: the consequences of a Blue Arctic.
I define “Blue Arctic” as the Arctic Ocean being largely ice free for at least a few days. I say “largely… Arctic Ice, Carbon and De-carbonization, Climate, global temperatures, permafrost, Politics & Legislation, Water

New Oceans Study: Global Warming Accelerated in Past 15 Years published in Geophysical Research Letters by Balmaseda, Trenberth, and Källén (2013).

By Dana Nuccitelli via Skeptical Science.
A new study of ocean warming has just been published in Geophysical Research Letters by Balmaseda, Trenberth, and Källén (2013). There are several important conclusions which can be drawn from this paper.

Completely contrary to the popular…

Weather Extremes: Atmospheric Waves And Climate Change .S. in 2011 and Russia in 2010, coinciding unprecedented Pakistan flood

By Vladimir Petoukhov and Stefan Rahmstorf,via The Conversation
The northern hemisphere has experienced a spate of extreme weather in recent times. In 2012 there were destructive heat waves in the U.S. and southern Europe, accompanied by floods in China. This followed a heat wave in the U.S….

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