Thursday, October 21, 2010
New study puts the ‘hell’ in Hell and High Water � Climate Progress: "By the 2030s, the results indicated that some regions in the United States and overseas could experience particularly severe conditions, with average decadal readings potentially dropping to -4 to -6 in much of the central and western United States as well as several regions overseas, and -8 or lower in parts of the Mediterranean. By the end of the century, many populated areas, including parts of the United States, could face readings in the range of -8 to -10, and much of the Mediterranean could fall to -15 to -20. Such readings would be almost unprecedented."
at 7:17 PM
Saturday, October 16, 2010
timesofmalta.com - Human demands on planet far outstrip resources ��– WWF: "The world’s people are now living lifestyles which would require one and a half planets to sustain, though there are significant differences between rich and poor nations."
at 10:24 AM