Category Archives: Climate Chaos

The Best Years of your Life

So far we have had about 0.8C of warming since pre-industrial times, and this has brought us phenomenal droughts – as in the US this year – raging fires, as in Russia in 2010, torrential rain – as in the … Continue reading

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No Expectations

In recent years, as the ice pack of the Arctic has progressively retreated, leaving the North-West Passage free for ships to pass through, more and more observations have been made of methane bubbling up from the warming waters below. Methane … Continue reading

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Time to Grow Up

On Moving Planet Day last week, James Hansen made a speech in which he said that if we continue with business as usual (BAU) the Southern US would become almost uninhabitable, (as would the Mediterranean). This year the US has … Continue reading

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Moving Planet Day

  In support of the Moving Planet worldwide action day, TSL is having a kite-flying┬ásession combined with a swap party on Mui Wo beach. Bring along items to swap that are in good condition: books, clothes, household items, anything at … Continue reading

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Submission on HK’s Third Runway

I have cobbled together some of the information from previous posts to send to the Airport Authority Hong Kong as a submission regarding their plans to build a third runway at HK’s airport. This is what I wrote: I would … Continue reading

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Doom and Gloom

It was very unusual to have someone come to Mui Wo to give a talk on global warming (GW), especially as it was in Chinese. Lowell Lo is a former Cantonese pop star turned environmentalist, and he didn’t hold back … Continue reading

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Facing the Future

The new paper on climate change produced by James Hansen, et al., ought to be headline news. Some hope! It looks at the current situation , compares it with the paleoclimate record, and offers what seems to be a last … Continue reading

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