Iowa Climate Science Education

Monthly Archives: October 2018

For Halloween – “The Climate Mash’

For Halloween – “The Climate Mash’ For years, climate crusaders have trying to scare humanity, and the scare tactics have mostly fallen flat. Few listen anymore because doom and gloom just doesn’t sell, unless you are selling Halloween costumes. This…

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IEA Opposed To Cheap Energy For Developing Nations

By Paul Homewood   h/t Robin Guenier   Once again, the IEA is trying to stir things up re “fossil fuel subsidies”:   Worldwide fossil fuel consumption subsidies almost halved between 2012 and 2016, from a high point in 2012…

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Young Students Going on Strike to Protest Climate Change Inaction

Miss Jean Lilburne with her class in the Grade One room at Drouin State School, Drouin, Victoria, 1916. By National Library of Australia from Canberra, Australia [No restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons Guest essay by Eric Worrall The SMH has published…

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No Mud on My Barnacles

I lived for three years, from 2009 to 2012, in a delightful house just up from Lammermoor Beach with a view across to Great Keppel Island. Lammermoor Beach is part of the Mackay/Capricorn Management Area of the Great Barrier Reef…

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