adaptation, Tag

  • By Jim Steele Good news continues to accumulate regards corals’ ability to rapidly adjust to changing climates. The view of coral resilience has been dominated by the narrative of a few scientists. In the 1990s they advocated...
  • Four fronts for climate policy Wed, 27 Mar 19, 4:00am
    Reposted from Judith Curry’s Climate Etc. Posted on March 25, 2019 by curryja  by Judith Curry “For decades, scientists and policymakers have framed the climate-policy debate in a simple way: scientists analyse long-term...
  • Most Americans have personally experienced a federally declared, weather-related disaster in the last decade. In fact, the number is 96 percent of the population. Both science and personal testimonies indicate that extreme...
  • Coral Adaptation and Epigenetics Sun, 18 Nov 18, 8:00am
    By Rud Istvan WUWT has posted several excellent articles by Jim Steele on how global warming alarmism uses corals as the poster child for warming and acidifying oceans, none of which is scientifically justified...
  • by Telis Koskinas On February 2017, Oroville Dam gained worldwide attention when its main spillway suddenly failed, seemingly without precedent, under natural operating conditions...
  • For the first time, rice grown in diluted saltwater has yielded a crop sufficient enough to be commercially viable, according to a new study by Chinese scientists...
  • by Javier A possible mechanism for the effect of solar variability on climate, whereby solar variability acts over the stratospheric pressure system transmitting the changes top-down, and over ocean temperatures bottom-up...
  • By Rud Istvan A sound bite summary* The climate consensus now has two derogation levels for those who disagree. Climate ‘contrarians’ like Bjørn Lomborg disagree about mitigation policies. Climate ‘deniers’ like...
  • Carbon is not the enemy Sun, 20 Nov 16, 1:28am
    by Judith Curry Design with the natural cycle in mind to ensure that carbon ends up in the right places. — William McDonough Nature has published a provocative essay entitled Carbon is not the enemy (full text available...
  • Eco – (post) modernism Thu, 23 Jul 15, 2:39am
    by Judith Curry Can we have a good, even great, anthropocene? I’ve been planning a post on the Breakthrough Institute’s An Ecomodernist Manifesto,  Their main point is that   “knowledge and technology, applied...
  • by Judith Curry Ahmedabad’s Heat Action Plan offers a proven track record and model to protect their residents from heat waves.  My Georgia Tech/CFAN colleagues Violeta Toma, Peter Webster and Mark Jelinek are enabling...
  • The University of Notre Dame recently released the 2014 installment of the Notre Dame Global Adaptation Index (ND-GAIN.) ND-GAIN shows "which countries are best prepared to deal with the national security risks, droughts,...
  • The architects removed the existing internal walls and replaced them with a flexible system of wooden partitions that slide across the apartment and divide private and public spaces...
  • Greening the world’s deserts Thu, 18 Sep 14, 6:11am
    by Judith Curry Some interesting thrivability ideas for the world’s deserts. For context, my interest in transformational ideas emerging from adversity (anti fragility) to support regional thrivability are described...
  • JC at the National Press Club Wed, 17 Sep 14, 10:34am
    by Judith Curry I have just returned from my engagement at the National Press Club, sponsored by the Marshall Institute Roundtable. The talk was recorded, it should be available online in a few days. The pdf for my talk is...
  • Popular Related Tags: adaptation, climate change, environment, global warming, gallery, agriculture, carousel showcase, renewable energy, green design, china
  • Search for "adaptation" on our Eco Web Search