Monthly Archives: June 2013

“Before it’s too late”

Obama’s address on climate would have been a fair enough speech… if this was 2007. You could say it was pretty good if it was written before James Hansen and Bill McKibben had figured out the 350 ppm limit, before … Continue reading

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Warning: Are Obama’s Measures the Carrots Before Keystone?

June 23.  Recall in May the New York Times report that the Obama Administration is hoping to approve the Keystone XL “carbon bomb” and some positive carbon measures to keep the livable-climate movement happy.   Well, he’ll be unveiling the carrots … Continue reading

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Another Storm of the Century in Calgary

The storm of 2005 was supposed to be the “storm of the century”.  Short century.  Last week the Bow and High Rivers were carrying an estimated three times as much water as they did during the flood of 2005. Much … Continue reading

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