SkS Weekly Digest #6

SkS Exclusive...

Dr. Kevin Trenberth has written an original article, Tracking Earth’s energy: A key to climate variability and change for Skeptical Science. It will be published this week.

News Bites...

News articles that caught the editor's eye during the week.

  • Climate Change Gridlock: Where Do We Go From Here? (Part 1) National Radio Project
  • Selling Nature to Save Nature, and Ourselves IPS
  • What part will fire play in a warmer future Planet Save
  • Network Turns Teachers Into Environment Advocates IPS
  • World War II Bombing Raids Offer New Insight Into the Effects of Aviation On Climate Science Daily
  • Millions of African Climate Refugees Desperate for Food, Water ENS
  • Aging Satellites May Lose Focus on Oceans and Climate Scientific American 
  • Rising Temperatures Melting Away Global Food Security IPS
  • Climate Change May Pose Biggest Security Threat IPS
  • The Week in Review...

    During the past week, the 13 articles listed below were posted by SkS authors and guest authors.

  • OA not OK: The f-word: pH by Doug Mackie
  • The Medieval Warm(ish) Period In Pictures by Rob Painting
  • Climate Solutions by Rob Painting by Rob Painting
  • Tales of the Cryosphere Kid by Daniel Bailey
  • OA not OK: Wherever I lay my shell, that's my home by Doug Makie
  • Climate Solutions by dana1981
  • Great Barrier Reef Part 2: Climate Change Impacts by Ove Hoegh-Guldberg
  • Lessons from Past Climate Predictions: Syun-Ichi Akasofu by Dana
  • History Matters: Carbon Emissions in Context by Stefan Lewandowsky
  • Over the tipping point by Steve O'Connor
  • The Last Interglacial Part Two - Why was it so warm? by Steve Brown
  • A not OK: Thermodynamic duo by Doug Mackie
  • Trouble Brewing in the North by Mark R
  • Coming soon...

    SkS Spotlights...

    Here's another "knock your socks off" interactive website: Climate Connections: A Global Journey by NPR. This site is similar to the one developed by the Union of Concerned Scientists highlighted in last week's edition of the weekly digest.

    Toon of the week...

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    Posted by John Hartz on Monday, 11 July, 2011


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