Monthly Archives: February 2014

Cold Winter Weather on a Warming Planet, and Sea of Complexity – The Oceans and Global Warming

Cold winter weather on a warming planet Ah, ‘tis the season of our discontent.  It’s been cold where I live.  Anyone who switched on the TV during January, and tuned to any weather report would have gained the impression that the next ice age was upon us.  South of the Canadian border, weather reports waxed … Continue reading »

Categories: Arctic, Changing Oceans, Climate change, Fisheries | 3 Comments

The Changing Climate, especially in Canada

Last month the IPCC released CLIMATE CHANGE 2013 The Physical Science Basis in final form.  The Working Group 1 contribution to IPCC’s fifth assessment report, its summary had been released in draft form last September, but now it is in final form with all the tables and figures in the correct locations in the text.  … Continue reading »

Categories: Canada's environmental policies, Climate change, Economics, In the News, Politics, Tar Sands | 2 Comments