Browsing All posts tagged under »ClimaTweet«

DC appeals court rejects attacks on EPA’s greenhouse gas Endangerment Finding

July 18, 2012

3

The DC Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that the greenhouse gas Endangerment Finding was exactly what the EPA said it was – based on sound scientific evidence and anchored firmly within the legal requirements of the Clean Air Act.

Historical context behind the court ruling that the EPA may regulate greenhouse gases

July 17, 2012

2

When the DC appeals court ruled that the EPA had the authority to regulate greenhouse gases on June 26, 2012, it brought to a close a process of regulation and court challenges that started in 1999.

Serious errors and shortcomings void climate letter by 49 former NASA employees

April 25, 2012

26

Six errors plus two shortcomings equals 49 former NASA employees with no climate science credentials damaging their own reputations.

Climate Science for Everyone: Carbon dioxide increases in the air are mostly from burning coal, oil, and natural gas

March 6, 2012

21

Carbon dioxide has been increasing in the atmosphere for a long time now. Scientists have thoroughly examined all the possible sources - the ocean, land plants, and fossil fuels - and concluded that the increase is the result of burning coal, oil, and natural gas.

Published Heartland documents become officially authentic in 14 days

March 2, 2012

3

It is now T-minus 14 days and counting to official acknowledgment of the published Heartland documents' authenticity.

Climate science discussion between Burt Rutan and Brian Angliss

January 31, 2012

7

S&R's collection of a discussion on human-caused climate disruption between Brian Angliss, S&R climate/science writer and electrical engineer, and Burt Rutan, aerospace engineer and former CEO of Scaled Composites.

Climate Science for Everyone: How scientists measure the carbon dioxide in 800,000 year old air

January 28, 2012

7

Scientists can directly measure air that has been sealed in an icy time capsule for 800,000 years. Climate Science for Everyone describes how this works.