29 Sep '11, 12pm

Climate Equation: Coal + Ice = ?: A multimedia exhibition that just opened in Beijing, organized by the New York...

Climate Equation: Coal + Ice = ?: A multimedia exhibition that just opened in Beijing, organized by the New York...

Courtesy of Glacierworks A diminished glacier photographed by David Breashears in the Tibetan region. We like to think of awe-inspiring landscapes as timeless. Certainly that was the way I regarded the Rongbuk Glacier when I first visited it in the fall of 2001. I was backpacking through Tibet for five weeks and had decided to stop overnight at the north base camp of Mount Everest, which was a short side trip from the road to Nepal. There, red-robed monks at a Tibetan monastery welcomed visitors. Past the monastery, one could walk along the Rongbuk Glacier toward the upper base camps, passing large needles of ice en route. These seracs and the glacier looked to me like they had not changed in millenniums. I was wrong, of course. As I write in Thursday’s Times , photographs taken in 2007 by David Breashears, the veteran mountaineer who helped make the Everest IMAX movie, sh...

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Melting Ice looking for Drummer and Bassist!

soft.com.sg 30 Sep '11, 12pm

Melting Ice looking for Drummer and Bassist! hi softies, looking for the following members to complete the band. our genre...

I've blogged! Even though I'm away! Hahaha!

I've blogged! Even though I'm away! Hahaha!

nicolekiss.blogspot.com 29 Sep '11, 9am

Wondering how my progress went with my Nicolekiss is all in adidas challenge? Well I've recorded a video!! (read on) Befor...

Coal is the enemy of the human race, mainstream economics edition via @grist

Coal is the enemy of the human race, mainstream...

grist.org 30 Sep '11, 4pm

Yesterday, Jess noted a new paper in the American Economic Review : "Environmental Accounting for Pollution in the United ...

‘Peak Coal’ comes to Appalachia

grist.org 28 Sep '11, 6pm

By 2015, coal production in Appalachia will be half what it was in 2008. Some coal industry advocates argue that such a dr...

The Difficulty of Drawing Lines Around Ice

The Difficulty of Drawing Lines Around Ice

green.blogs.nytimes.com 28 Sep '11, 5pm

The Difficulty of Drawing Lines Around Ice By FELICITY BARRINGER Satellite images of part of the Blosseville Coast in east...

Economists say coal is incredibly costly

grist.org 30 Sep '11, 11am

Cross-posted from ThinkProgress Green . A new economic analysis of the costs of pollution to the United States finds that ...

Economists: Every $1 of electricity from coal d...

grist.org 29 Sep '11, 6pm

We all knew coal is harmful -- we figured people just ignored that harm because of their profit margins. But according to ...

Canada probably didn’t NEED that ice sheet, right?

grist.org 30 Sep '11, 2pm

If you thought you were melting over the summer, just be glad you're not an ice sheet that's been chilling out since befor...

A Map of Organized Climate Change Denial - New ...

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com 03 Oct '11, 6am

A chart of “key components of the climate change denial machine” has been produced by Riley E. Dunlap, regents professor o...

Sociologists produce a flow chart of climate de...

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com 02 Oct '11, 8pm

A chart of “key components of the climate change denial machine” has been produced by Riley E. Dunlap, regents professor o...

A Map of Organized Climate Change Denial

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com 02 Oct '11, 7pm

A chart of “key components of the climate change denial machine” has been produced by Riley E. Dunlap, regents professor o...

Climate Change Could Cause Chocolate Shortage

ecogeek.org 30 Sep '11, 9pm

International Center for Tropical Agriculture . a funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, found that West Africa,...

A Map of Organized Climate Change Denial

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com 02 Oct '11, 8pm

A chart of “key components of the climate change denial machine” has been produced by Riley E. Dunlap, regents professor o...

Canadian ice shelves have lost half their size ...

e360.yale.edu 28 Sep '11, 5pm

28 Sep 2011: Canadian Ice Shelves Have Lost Half Their Size in Six Years Canada’s Arctic ice shelves, which extend from la...