The Climate Show 14: volcanoes, black carbon and Christy crocks

The Climate Show have just released Episode 14. A busy news week sees Glenn and Gareth discussing volcanoes in Chile and Africa, busy pumping ash into the atmosphere and disrupting flights in South America, Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East, an extreme spring in the USA, drought in Europe and a warm autumn in NZ, a new UN report on black carbon and how a reduction could cut future warming, Aussie scientists fighting back against climate denial, and forecasts for the summer ice minimum in the Arctic. I deal with our series on John Christy's climate crocks and introduce a great new graphic front end for the SkS climate literature database, plus they cover price reductions on solar panels, LEDs on streetlights in San Francisco and MIT's Cambridge crude.

Posted by John Cook on Sunday, 19 June, 2011

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