Tagged: Russia

Why Arctic sea ice shouldn’t leave anyone cold - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Aug 26, 2012

In this guest post Neven Acropolis, the man behind the excellent Arctic Sea Ice blog, looks at the reasons why we need to pay attention to the rapid loss of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean. Arctic sea ice became a recurrent feature on planet Earth around 47 million years ago. Since the start of [...] … Read More

50 years after Gagarin - Visibly Shaken

Peter Griffin Apr 11, 2011

Russia is this week remembering the golden age of its space exploration programme with the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s orbit of the Earth, the first manned space flight, which paved the way for human exploration of space. The Herald on Sunday ran the following useful infographic which breaks down the steps in the historic mission back in 1961. Read More

The Climate Show #10: David Suzuki survives tech meltdown - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Mar 31, 2011

Meltdown in the treacle factory (Glenn’s PC) means that episode 10 of everybody’s favourite Climate Show is only available in full by podcast. We’ve resurrected the video of our interview with David Suzuki, the great Canadian environmentalist and campaigner (above), but for the full goodness — a great climate change graphic, Russian heatwave analysis, thoughts [...] … Read More