Genetic Genie to be Let Out of the Bottle or Permanently Stoppered

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November 26, 2015 - Genome editing tools are about to make an enormous impact on the environment. Just in the last few days the Food and Drug Administration in the United States made a decision that a genetically modified salmon was approved as safe to eat.

Costa Rica - A Laboratory for Deep De-Carbonization

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November 24, 2015 - When Costa Rica submitted its

GMO Salmon Receives United States FDA Approval

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November 23, 2015 - An update to a posting that appeared here on Christmas Day 2012 concerns the AquAdvantage Fish, a genetically modified Atlantic salmon t

Climate Scientists First to Admit that Computer Models are Inadequate

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November 19, 2015 - We may have to wait until quantum computers are widely available before we will have the kind of climate models that produce simulat

Real Estate in Peril - Rising Sea Levels and Oceanfront Property

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November 16, 2015 - My wife and I are not spending six weeks in Florida this winter. We've did this last year but frankly found ourselves bored to tears after a couple of weeks. If I hadn't had this blog to research and write each day I think I would have gone mad.

Climate Action Network Canada Provides Fight Global Warming Roadmap for the Country

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November 14, 2015 - Paris and all of France today is in mourning over the attacks that murdered more than 120 of its citizens yesterday. And in just over two weeks the city will have to once again gain its balance as host of COP 21, the United Nations Convention on Climate Change Earth Summit.

How Will Oil Producing Nations Transition to a Low Carbon Future and Survive?

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November 12, 2015 - Saudi Arabia today submitted its carbon emission reduction pledge to the United Nations in advance of the climate summit in Paris. The Saudis were the last G20 country to submit. They are the world's 14th largest carbon emitter. What they promised was to mitigate 130 million tons of CO2 by 2030.

Atmospheric CO2 About to Break 400 PPM Plateau While Average Temperatures Up 1 Celsius

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November 9, 2015 - Just exactly how much CO2 is in the atmosphere?

American President Makes Climate Change Statement by Rejecting the Keystone XL Pipeline Application

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November 7, 2015 - It took seven years of political maneuvering, but the current application to build a pipeline from Canada's oil sands production facilities to Gulf Coast refineries in the United States, has been rejected by the current administration. That's not to say a future application to build similar pipeline infrastructure will meet the same fate.

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