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Carbon Emissions Down Again (in the U.S.)

November 4, 2011 1 Comment
Carbon Emissions Down Again (in the U.S.)

A big environmental story broke today that intertwines tightly with many of the themes I have been covering here in the blog over the last few months. The news is that world wide┬ácarbon dioxide emissions grew rapidly last year. Some headlines called it a “monster” growth in emissions. Other played the “worst fears confirmed” and […]

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Where Are the Highest Carbon Emissions?

March 7, 2011 2 Comments
Where Are the Highest Carbon Emissions?

Just a little update today on the trillion-euro plan the European Union is instituting to combat climate change (something I blogged about a couple months ago). The easy part was passing the law. Now comes the hard part – getting different industries on board. This plan is especially ambitious considering that the Euro-zone is suffering […]

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March 26, 2010 2 Comments

If you didn’t check out Brian’s post from yesterday, take a look and you will see that March of 2010 could be the least snowiest month ever recorded in Wausau. It might also be in the top 5 warmest ever, although unlikely to be the warmest. I was mentioning a couple days ago about how […]

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Delta Smelt, Cool Video & Pics

October 6, 2009 3 Comments
Delta Smelt, Cool Video & Pics

To complete the┬áspace news from yesterday – I linked to an interview with the founder of Ad Astra Rocket Company. I forgot to emphasize that the new ion engine that the company is developing is the most powerful in the world and that NASA as well as SpaceX is hoping to use it on future […]

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