Monthly Archives: July 2013

Back From Mauritius

I am back from the climate change conference in Mauritius (See my July 2 blog for the full program). I was away for almost a month in total – a long time on the road. I visited a few countries … Continue reading

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Vacation Notice

The conference in Mauritius just finished up, and I’m on vacation for the next week so unfortunately, there will be no new post today. Please do come back next Tuesday, when I promise to tell you all about my recent travels … Continue reading

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Unburnable Fuels: Removing Reserves From The Balance Sheet.

The New York Times recently reported (June 20, 2013) that shortly, President Obama would announce a new set of initiatives to combat climate change, and that he will make it a major focus to fight climate change during his second term. … Continue reading

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Welcome, Skeptical Science Readers!

To those of you who just heard about my blog from Skeptical Science: welcome! I hope that you will read some of my more recent posts as well. Please, subscribe to my RSS feed, and leave me comments- I welcome … Continue reading

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Climate Change, Hiroshima and Nuclear Winter.

The power of analogy can just as easily be used productively or be abused. I was accused of the latter when I compared the general populace’s inactivity in the 1930s to prevent the Nazis’ early efforts at ethnic cleansing (which … Continue reading

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July in Southern Africa – Mauritius

In July, I am going to attend the Fifth International Conference on Climate: Impacts and Responses, to be held in the island of Mauritius. This is the same meeting that was held last year in Seattle Washington, which I described … Continue reading

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