Soares had on Dr. Ricardo Augusto Felicio, a professor at U. of Sao Paulo, specializing in the study of Antarctic climate. His faculty webpage says he engages in 'demystifying anthropogenic climate change and its ideology embedded.' The interview resonated and created a much wider influence. Felicio is instilling climate skepticism in his students at the University of Sao Paulo'
'The 692 individual commitments from govts are for projects that cut fossil fuel use, boost renewable energy, conserve water & alleviate poverty...UN said the voluntary pledges will be central legacy of Rio+2...They may accomplish more than the official accord from the meeting...'These huge numbers give a sense of scale & growth of investment going into sustainable development,' said UN Sec-Gen Ban Ki-moon
Steve Milloy: Today’s elevation is not all that different from the low points of 1956 and 1965 (about 1,090 feet, shown in first graph), especially when you consider the increases in water use and human management of reservoir levels over time. No doubt that drought is affecting Lake Mead. But Western drought is natural (the region is a desert, after all), and Lake Mead was comparably low more than 100 ppm CO2 ago.
Bill Gates, Sir Richard Branson, Hollywood actors, venture capitalists — they’re all pushing lab-grown meat as the solution to world hunger and environmental sustainability, but scientists last week told a panel of experts they have serious concerns about the product’s safety.