Richard Farmer September 20, 2012 1 Comment
A new report on the impact of the carbon tax introduced in the Canadian state of British Columbia four years ago shows the state's GDP has grown faster than the rest of the nation that doesn't have one.
Ben Sandilands July 13, 2012 5 Comments
The Mont Blanc massif is a vast glacier-draped beast that no one who has climbed on it will ever forget.
Crikey June 8, 2011 16 Comments
New government reports found a "worst-case scenario sea level rise of 1.1 metres" within 90 years would have a devastating impact, with as much as $266 billion worth of potential damage, writes David Spratt, climate change analyst and author of Climate Code Red.
Crikey June 6, 2011 6 Comments
According to NASA’s Goddard Institute of Space Science climate reports, global warming is already committed to a rise above two degrees, writes Dr Andrew Glikson, Earth and paleoclimate science, Australian National University
Crikey April 13, 2011 6 Comments
Do climate scientists have a sense of humour, asks author David Spratt?
Crikey April 5, 2011 9 Comments
The current rate of greenhouse gas rise is unprecedented in Earth history, excepting global volcanic events and asteroid impacts, writes Dr Andrew Glikson, Earth and paleo-climate scientist at the ANU.
Richard Farmer March 1, 2011 3 Comments
Labor is in for a real public opinion hiding if the global warming debate continues to be about nothing more than who is going to pay how much more for what.
Crikey January 27, 2011 28 Comments
NASA climate expert James Hansen says that the Australian government goals of limiting human-made warming to 2 degrees and CO2 to 450 ppm are prescriptions for disaster, writes author David Spratt
Crikey January 19, 2011 15 Comments
We need to leave Mother Nature alone, and stop loading the atmosphere with carbon emissions, so that more extreme climate events do not tumble down upon us with increasing frequency, writes David Spratt, co-author of the book Climate Code Red.