Sunday, August 9, 2009

China,U.S. must "seize the day" in climate change battle_English_Xinhua
BEIJING, Aug. 10 -- China and the United States must now cooperate like never before to slow the pace of climate change, experts say.
Whatever happens, Kerry said, the two nations must act quickly. "We don't have much time," Kerry said while quoting Chairman Mao Zedong. The U.S. and China, he said, must "seize the day, seize the hour."
The psychology of climate inaction | PRI.ORG
You let me just once again state my belief, that global warming is an alarmism and it's a type of a hoax," said Inhofe.
Opposition Emerges to House's Jet Spree -
The whole thing kind of makes me sick to my stomach," said Mrs. McCaskill in an interview Sunday. "It is evidence that some of the cynicism about Washington is well placed -- that people get out of touch and they spend money likes it's Monopoly money."

Sen. John Thune (R., S.D.) says the planned purchase "is a classic example of Congress being out of touch with the realities of deficit spending."
The Sun, Not CO2, Caused Ice Age Glaciers To Melt | The Resilient Earth
Not being constrained by climate change political correctness I am free to say that once again the Sun and orbital variation trumps CO2 levels.
CBS News [is still brazenly promoting the greatest scientific fraud in history]
Ironically, the summer melts since 2007 appear to have allowed disintegrating but still thick multiyear ice to drift this year into the relatively narrow channels of the Northwest Passage, the east-west water route through Canada's Arctic islands.
At a global conference last March in Copenhagen, scientists declared that climate change is occurring faster than had been anticipated, citing the fast-dying Arctic cap as one example.
About The Project For Schools
The education sector has a vital role to play in raising awareness about the importance of rainforests in stopping climate change. To support schools in this role, The Prince’s Rainforests Project (PRP) has created this Schools website.
[It's your cell phone charger's fault]: $38bn warning on Great Barrier Reef bleaching
BLEACHING of the Great Barrier Reef will cost Australia almost $38 billion if climate change due to greenhouse gas emissions continues unchecked, an analysis has found.

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