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Consensus enforcement is a potent new force in climate science where sceptical views increasingly are being silenced as a danger to public good.
You want balance in the Media?
Fine! Then one climate sceptic and two of their friends can have their say, then NINETY SEVEN scientists will provide studies, data, evidence and proof.
And you will have balance.
Of course, you may be denying the far simpler conclusion that the handful of GW holdouts are stepping back and accepting the overwhelming evidence.
Oh, and also - Godwin's Law demands I call you an idiot.
It's in the rules on the start page.
A floating boom designed to hoover up floating plastic in the Pacific Ocean is now working, after a host of setbacks.Read more from ABC News
Experts say humanity has only 10 years to have large-scale carbon dioxide reduction schemes up and running if global warming is to be restrained to 1.5 degrees Celsius.Read more from ABC News
Producing food accounts for about 70 per cent of global freshwater use and the foods that use the most may surprise you.Read more from ABC News
Copenhagen opens an artificial ski slope on the roof a huge incinerator that produces power by burning waste rather than fossil fuels - the first of its kind in the world.Read more from ABC News
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
Experts say humanity has only 10 years to have large-scale carbon dioxide reduction schemes up and running if global warming is to be restrained to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Stories like this only remind me that CCS has no chance.
If it was going to work, we'd have test-pools (or parts of the ocean depths) already choked with tons of locked-up carbon.
As it hosts researchers and conservationists as part of the World Whale Conference, Hervey Bay's responsible and sustainable practices have been awarded.Read more from ABC News
That is great! I will never buy anything Japanese anymore. Thank god I don’t like sushi.
I love sushi!
It's a bugger to get the rice right, though.