Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Newsletter of the Week: Climate Group e-News

A feature that I had forgotten about is Newsletter of the week. This is in part due to the fact that down here in London i dont have my PC, which has all the images for the various features. The process of sifting through these image labels always acted as a remineder of what weekly features are still to come.

This weeks Newsletter of the Week is that of The Climate Group, and the reason i`m remembering it is that the newsletter is superb! A great restart for newsletter of the week.

Below are a few of the many great stories included in the newsletter.

Forecast shows Africa to face river crisis

London moves towards distributed energy systems

NASA survey confirms climate warming impact on polar ice sheets

Climate change threatens European plant diversity

Japanese solar market to grow 30-40% a year until FY2008

EU "must end use of oil for transport" - MEPs

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4 Comments:

At 8:47 PM, Blogger Mark Francis said...

Welcome to Green Bloggers in Canada, and thanks for the newsletter link.

 
At 4:50 AM, Blogger Richard said...

Question: We know climate change takes place naturally and has gone through cycles for millions of years. What makes you think the current cycle is man made? And, if you're not sure that it's entirely man made, what percentage can be attributed to us? Any facts to back your positions?

 
At 8:58 PM, Anonymous Almuth Ernsting said...

Richard, there is enough elsewhere on this site to answer your questions, but you will get the most succinct answers here: http://illconsidered.blogspot.com/

 
At 8:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Richard, there is enough elsewhere on this site to answer your questions, but you might get the most succinct answers here: http://illconsidered.blogspot.com/

 

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