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Climate Spectator will be taking a break

Climate Spectator will not be publishing next week, but will be back on October 19.

Gov. Cuomo pledged state action to address climate change

2 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Climate change is a reality and not to address it is gross negligence by government and irresponsible as citizens,” Cuomo said during an event at Columbia University.

Sen. Cruz Questions Sierra Club President Aaron Mair on Climate Change

Actually the Senator is using the opportunity to read Dr. Roy Spensor's views on climate change into the Senate record, in front of video cameras. The President Aaron Mair about views concerning Anthropogenic Global Warming skeptic Dr. Show More Summary

Bank of England head rebuts critics of his global warming remarks

LIMA (Reuters) - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney struck back on Thursday at critics of his recent remarks about the effect of climate change, saying it has real effects on the insurance industry, which the central bank regulate...

Strengthening families affected by the AIDS epidemic

Last month, world leaders came together at the United Nations General Assembly to endorse 17 new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and a roadmap to end some of the world's greatest challenges--poverty, inequality and climate change--within the next 15 years. Show More Summary

Congress-backed Interstate Oil Commission Call Cops When Reporter Arrives To Ask About Climate

On October 1, I arrived at the Oklahoma City headquarters of the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission ( IOGCC )  —  a congressionally-chartered collective of oil and gas producing states  —  hoping for an interview. There to ask...Show More Summary

Vancouver mayor slams Canada’s climate record at DC event

Gregor Robertson calls federal government's efforts on climate change 'embarrassing' before U.S. State Department audience The post Vancouver mayor slams Canada’s climate record at DC event appeared first on

Climate Change Tipping Points and the Question of Civilizational Survival

7 hours agoNews : Truthdig

By Michael T. Klare, TomDispatch We urgently need to view climate change not as a slow, linear process to which we can adapt safely over time, but as a non-linear set of events involving dramatic and irreversible changes to the global ecosphere.

Recommended from Around the Web (Week ending October 10, 2015)

A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review. Scientists Foresee Worldwide Bleached Coral Crisis The effects of climate change are happening faster than you probably imagine. —Brian Bergstein, Executive Editor

Climate change and boiling frogs

8 hours agoHumor / odd :

I made a boiling frogs analogy in my post about coral bleaching this morning. The oceans are slowly boiling and we're the frogs who aren't noticing. James Fallows has been waging a small war on the use of that analogy for several years...Show More Summary

Welcome to a New Planet

Climate Change “Tipping Points” and the Fate of the Earth Cross-posted with Not so long ago, it was science fiction. Now, it’s hard science -- and that should frighten us all. The latest reports from the prestigious and...Show More Summary

Let’s hope Craik remembers her history in green scares

The Turnbull Government has appointed Wendy Craik to head the Climate Change Authority, which promotes the latest fashionable green scare that demands billions of taxpayers’…

A Massive Bleaching Event is Threatening the World’s Coral Reefs

9 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Corals around the world are turning white, a dangerous “bleaching event” that’s being triggered by climate change and a burgeoning El Niño. Scientists have seen this sort of thing before, but this event appears to be the worst yet. Read more...

State Department Embraces Cities As Key To Meeting Climate Goals

9 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- The State Department thinks cities are essential to unlocking meaningful climate change commitments and is hosting mayors from around the world on Thursday to demonstrate that. The State Department and Bloomberg Philanthropies are hosting a group of 19 mayors in Washington, D.C., for Our Cities, Our Climate. Show More Summary

The Climate Post: U.N. Releases Draft of Negotiating Text for Paris Climate Talks

On Monday the United Nations unveiled a first draft of the negotiating text for climate talks later this year in Paris. That text has been reduced from more than 80 pages to  20 and will be further revised in Bonn, Germany, Oct. 19-23, to advance a final global climate deal in Paris. Show More Summary

Wet paleoclimate of Mars revealed by ancient lakes at Gale Crater

Scientists have described ancient water flows and lakes on Mars, and what this might mean about the ancient climate.

Gov. Brown signs bill adding fresh troops to California's climate fight

The California Air Resources Board will gain two additional members to represent communities suffering from pollution, a victory for advocates and lawmakers who have sought a bigger voice in the state's environmental policies. Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Thursday to expand the board,...

Lake once filled the crater on Mars where Curiosity rover sits

NASA's Curiosity rover is compiling evidence of enduring bodies of water on the Martian surface, but this conflicts with what we know about the Red Planet's past climate

Canada: We’re Going To Investigate Volkswagen and Also Hack Some Pickups

The Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change in Ontario, Canada, has launched an official investigation into Volkswagen Canada and Audi Canada regarding their roles in the ongoing diesel emissions scandal that affects some 35,000 vehicles in the province, the ministry announced Wednesday. Show More Summary

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