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  • Climate Change on Film

    posted to RealClimate on Tue 8th Oct 13

    Making a film about climate change is difficult, especially if you want it to reach a wide audience. One problem is the long time scale of climate change, which fits badly with the time scale of a typical film narrative. That was the reason why in the Hollywood

  • The evolution of radiative forcing bar-charts

    posted to RealClimate on Mon 7th Oct 13

    As part of the IPCC WG1 SPM(pdf) released last Friday, there was a subtle, but important, change in one of the key figures – the radiative forcing bar-chart (Fig. SPM.4). The concept for this figure has been a mainstay of summaries of climate change science

  • Unforced Variations: Oct 2013

    posted to RealClimate on Tue 1st Oct 13

    This month’s open thread. We’re going to guess that most of what people want to talk about is related to the IPCC WG1 AR5 report… Have at it!

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  • The CRU hack

    posted to RealClimate on Fri 20th Nov 09

    As many of you will be aware, a large number of emails from the University of East Anglia webmail server were hacked recently (Despite some confusion generated by Anthony Watts, this has absolutely nothing to do with the Hadley Centre which is a completely

  • An open letter to Steve Levitt

    posted to RealClimate on Fri 30th Oct 09

    Dear Mr. Levitt,The problem of global warming is so big that solving it will require creative thinking from many disciplines. Economists have much to contribute to this effort, particularly with regard to the question of how various means of putting a price

  • On sensitivity: Part I

    posted to RealClimate on Thu 3rd Jan 13

    Climate sensitivity is a perennial topic here, so the multiple new papers and discussions around the issue, each with different perspectives, are worth discussing. Since this can be a complicated topic, I’ll focus in this post on the credible work being

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  • 4 climate myths youll hear this week

    posted to Gristmill on Thu 26th Sep 13

    Shutterstock and Jessica Robertson/USGSYour uncle, yelling at you about how global warming has stopped. Leading into Friday’s upcoming release of the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fifth Assessment Report, climate skeptics havegone

  • 10 Tuesday PM Reads

    posted to The Big Picture on Tue 24th Sep 13

    My afternoon train reading: Shutdown vs. Default: The Relative Impact (Economix) see also 3 things bigger than the taper on Wall Street (MarketWatch) This is what counts as restraint in executive pay: bonuses that quadruple your salary (Quartz) Notes from the

  • Conservatives seek alternatives to climate denialism, come up short

    posted to Gristmill on Mon 1st Jul 13

    ShutterstockYou know how old people start to tell the same stories over and over again? Well, old bloggers start quoting themselves. In October 2011, I wrote this about Republican intransigence on climate change:The climate change situation in U.S. politics