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Posted: Jul 9 2005, 11:49 AM
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Extreme weather prompts unprecedented global warming alert
The Independent

03 July 2003

In an astonishing announcement on global warming and extreme weather, the World Meteorological Organisation signalled last night that the world's weather is going haywire.

In a startling report, the WMO, which normally produces detailed scientific reports and staid statistics at the year's end, highlighted record extremes in weather and climate occurring all over the world in recent weeks, from Switzerland's hottest-ever June to a record month for tornadoes in the United States - and linked them to climate change.

The unprecedented warning takes its force and significance from the fact that it is not coming from Greenpeace or Friends of the Earth, but from an impeccably respected UN organisation that is not given to hyperbole (though environmentalists will seize on it to claim that the direst warnings of climate change are being borne out).

The Geneva-based body, to which the weather services of 185 countries contribute, takes the view that events this year in Europe, America and Asia are so remarkable that the world needs to be made aware of it immediately.

The extreme weather it documents, such as record high and low temperatures, record rainfall and record storms in different parts of the world, is consistent with predictions of global warming. Supercomputer models show that, as the atmosphere warms, the climate not only becomes hotter but much more unstable. "Recent scientific assessments indicate that, as the global temperatures continue to warm due to climate change, the number and intensity of extreme events might increase," the WMO said, giving a striking series of examples.

In southern France, record temperatures were recorded in June, rising above 40C in places - temperatures of 5C to 7C above the average.

In Switzerland, it was the hottest June in at least 250 years, environmental historians said. In Geneva, since 29 May, daytime temperatures have not fallen below 25C, making it the hottest June recorded.

In the United States, there were 562 May tornadoes, which caused 41 deaths. This set a record for any month. The previous record was 399 in June 1992.

In India, this year's pre-monsoon heatwave brought peak temperatures of 45C - 2C to 5C above the norm. At least 1,400 people died in India due to the hot weather. In Sri Lanka, heavy rainfall from Tropical Cyclone 01B exacerbated wet conditions, resulting in flooding and landslides and killing at least 300 people. The infrastructure and economy of south-west Sri Lanka was heavily damaged. A reduction of 20-30 per cent is expected in the output of low-grown tea in the next three months.

Last month was also the hottest in England and Wales since 1976, with average temperatures of 16C. The WMO said: "These record extreme events (high temperatures, low temperatures and high rainfall amounts and droughts) all go into calculating the monthly and annual averages, which, for temperatures, have been gradually increasing over the past 100 years.

"New record extreme events occur every year somewhere in the globe, but in recent years the number of such extremes have been increasing.

"According to recent climate-change scientific assessment reports of the joint WMO/United Nations Environmental Programme Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the global average surface temperature has increased since 1861. Over the 20th century the increase has been around 0.6C.

"New analyses of proxy data for the northern hemisphere indicate that the increase in temperature in the 20th century is likely to have been the largest in any century during the past 1,000 years."

While the trend towards warmer temperatures has been uneven over the past century, the trend since 1976 is roughly three times that for the whole period.

Global average land and sea surface temperatures in May 2003 were the second highest since records began in 1880. Considering land temperatures only, last May was the warmest on record.

It is possible that 2003 will be the hottest year ever recorded. The 10 hottest years in the 143-year-old global temperature record have now all been since 1990, with the three hottest being 1998, 2002 and 2001.

The unstable world of climate change has long been a prediction. Now, the WMO says, it is a reality.


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Earth 'will expire by 2050'
July 6, 2002

A study by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), to be released on Tuesday, warns that the human race is plundering the planet at a pace that outstrips its capacity to support life. [...]

The report, based on scientific data from across the world, reveals that more than a third of the natural world has been destroyed by humans over the past three decades. [...]

Martin Jenkins, senior adviser for the World Conservation Monitoring Centre in Cambridge, which helped compile the report, said: 'It seems things are getting worse faster than possibly ever before. Never has one single species had such an overwhelming influence. We are entering uncharted territory.' [...]

Attention is now focused on next month's Earth Summit in Johannesburg, the most important environmental negotiations for a decade. However, the talks remain bedevilled with claims that no agreements will be reached and that US President George W. Bush will fail to attend. [...]

America, which sent 300 delegates to the conference, is accused of blocking many of the key initiatives on energy use, biodiversity and corporate responsibility.

http://www.observer.co.uk/international/st...,750783,00.html




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Friday Feb 10 08:53 AEDT
NASA, accused of censoring its scientists on global warming and the origin of the universe, has pledged to reform its policies to ensure "open and full communications".

The move followed more than a week of revelations in The New York Times and on the Internet about internal tussles between NASA writers and researchers and the US space agency's public affairs office at its Washington headquarters.

A key figure in the controversy, George Deutsch, resigned on Tuesday. He had told NASA writers in an e-mail to refer to the Big Bang as a "theory" because NASA should not discount "intelligent design by a creator".

The Times and the scientificactivist.blogspot.com Web site reported that Deutsch, who worked on President George W Bush's 2004 re-election campaign, lied about his college degree.

"The theory that the universe was created by a 'big bang' is just that - a theory," Deutsch wrote in an e-mail on October 17, 2005, which was obtained by Reuters. "It is not proven fact; it is opinion. Yes, the scientific community by and large may share this opinion, but that doesn't make it correct.

"It is not NASA's place, nor should it be, to make a declaration such as this about the existence of the universe that discounts intelligent design by a creator - the other half of the argument," the e-mail continued.

Most scientists believe that a monster explosion, the Big Bang, gave birth to the universe.

The e-mail appeared to conform to Bush's views on the debate over intelligent design and the theory of evolution, as he said last August: "Both sides ought to be properly taught ... so people can understand what the debate is about."

NASA spokesman Dean Acosta confirmed on Wednesday that Deutsch's resignation had been accepted, and added in an e-mail, "As we have stated in the past, NASA is in the process of revising our public affairs policies across the agency to ensure our commitment to open and full communications."

This was in line with a statement issued last Saturday by NASA Administrator Michael Griffin.

"The job of the Office of Public Affairs, at every level in NASA, is to convey the work done at NASA to our stakeholders in an intelligible way," Griffin wrote. "It is not the job of public affairs officers to alter, filter or adjust engineering or scientific material produced by NASA's technical staff."

Besides the question over NASA's description of the Big Bang, climate scientists and those who write about their work at NASA said reports on global warming were "constantly watered down" to minimize the connection to the burning of fossil fuels and other human-made pollution.

One scientist, James Hansen of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York City, was quoted as saying in a New York Times story last month that the Bush administration had tried to stop him from speaking out after he called publicly for reductions in emissions of greenhouse gases linked to global warming.

"They feel their job is to be this censor of information going out to the public," Hansen said in the Times article.

A call and e-mail to Hansen on Wednesday were not immediately returned.

Astronomer Phil Plait, who runs the badastronomy.com Web site, was incensed over Deutsch's actions.


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Posted: Jun 29 2006, 12:49 AM
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Well lookie here.... Now Bush claims it's a serious problem but 2 of his solutions are "clean-coal technology" and more nuclear power plants.

Factoid: In 2003, Bush administration rolled back clean air laws allowing 17,000 factories to expand their poisonous emissions with no new technologies installed to prevent more tons of pollution into our air.

Nuclear energy is an unwise choice. Leaky reactors, tons of radioactive waste and lots of cancer cases which will make more money for THEM.


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President Bush Says Climate Change Is A Serious Problem
AFP
Jun 26, 2006
Washington - US President George W. Bush on Monday said it was time to move past a debate over whether human activity is a significant factor behind global warming and into a discussion of possible remedies. "I have said consistently that global warming is a serious problem. There's a debate over whether it's manmade or naturally caused," Bush told reporters.

"We ought to get beyond that debate and start implementing the technologies necessary to enable us to achieve a couple of big objectives: One, be good stewards of the environment; two, become less dependent on foreign sources of oil, for economic reasons as for national security reasons," he said.

Bush cited "clean-coal technology," efforts to develop automobiles powered by hydrogen or ethanol, and his push for the United States to develop significant new nuclear energy capabilities.

"The truth of the matter is, if this country wants to get rid of its greenhouse gases, we've got to have the nuclear power industry be vibrant and viable," he said.

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