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By tigtog on July 29, 2011
This is what carbon dioxide detectors look like before a technician puts them into a nice portable case with a meter attached. You can order one online for less than US$20.
By tigtog on July 12, 2011
Over the last few years, the idea of treating the atmosphere with the same level of care as we (now) treat our neighborhoods and our waterways has become an ideological football.
By tigtog on June 21, 2011
Aaaaand this is why I love Kudelka.
By tigtog on May 30, 2011
Malcolm Farnsworth on the Murdoch Media’s confected outrage du jour: actress Cate Blanchett has political opinions, and dares to share them in public.
By tigtog on May 11, 2011
Sneak preview from the Power Episode of #hungrybeast 9.30pm ABC1 Wednesdays…In the media landscape there are climate change deniers and believers, but rarely are those speaking about climate change actual climate scientists…
By tigtog on April 7, 2011
Critics’ review unexpectedly supports scientific consensus on global warming
By tigtog on March 7, 2011
That is the whole point: to make goods that are generated with more carbon pollution relatively more expensive than goods that are generated with less carbon pollution.
By tigtog on March 2, 2011
I am spending most of this week in a room like this, so the last thing I want to do when I get home is spend *more* time on the ‘puter. Which makes posting tricksie.
So, in no particular order:
Posted in culture wars, economics, environment, history, law & order, media, parties and factions, social justice, technology | Tagged carbon pricing, disability, Keynes FTW, spin tactics | 5 Responses
By Mindy on February 22, 2011
Today Christchurch was hit by a 6.3 magnitude earthquake. This is an open thread for discussions of the Christchurch Earthquake. Any NZ feminists/ commenters who want to check in and let us know they are okay, please do.
Finding people, helping out, donations: please see Sarah Robot’s extensive links.
By tigtog on January 23, 2011
Yes, Andrew: a pdf labelled ‘Chapter 4′ is never ever going to be the “whole report” now, is it? So perhaps your pronouncement that “not once did it mention floods” was rather courageous (in the Sir Humphrey sense) on your part.
By Mary on January 9, 2011
I’ve been in the water with a lot of sharks: leopard sharks, wobbegongs, Port Jackson sharks, grey and white tipped reef sharks and grey nurse sharks. What’s a scary thing I’ve encountered diving? That dreaded apex predatory homo sapiens. Homo sapiens is of course the big threat to today’s Endangered Sunday species, the grey nurse shark or carcharias taurus.
By tigtog on December 30, 2010
This repost is part of our Summer Slowdown revisiting of the archives. This post was originally published in 2007, at the time of the last La Niña event affecting Australia.
By tigtog on October 23, 2010
This week’s open thread is brought to you by Britain’s recovering wild otter population. I for one salute our new otter overlords.
Please feel free to use this thread to natter about anything your heart desires.