Tagged: Sandy

Climate Show New Year podcast special: where it’s at and where it’s going - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Jan 05, 2013

Here’s the podcast you’ve all been waiting for — The Climate Show New Year special. Glenn and Gareth review the big climate stories of 2012, discuss at the big picture post Doha, and peek into their transcontinental Skype-powered crystal ball to prognosticate on the next 12 months. The three sections were recorded shortly before Christmas [...] … Read More

The year the earth bit back: top climate stories of 2012 - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Dec 29, 2012

2012Amidst the blizzard of year-end roundups, here’s one you have to read in full — a joint effort put together by a diverse group of bloggers and scientists: Angela Fritz, Eli Rabett, Emilee Pierce, Greg Laden, Joe Romm, John Abraham, Laurence Lewis, Leo Hickman, Michael Mann, Michael Tobis, Paul Douglas, Scott Mandia, Scott Brophy, Stephan [...] … Read More

Tornadoes don't indicate extreme weather is increasing - Griffin's Gadgets

Peter Griffin Dec 06, 2012

I popped out for a meeting this afternoon and came back to the office to discover a tornado had torn through the street I grew up in, Waimarie Rd, in Whenuapai, just a stone’s throw from the airforce base perimeter. My parents were out shopping at the time thankfully, but still can’t get back into Whenuapai where roads are closed … Read More

The Climate Show #30: Obama, Sandy and the rabbit - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Nov 09, 2012

Another news special on this week’s Climate Show. With Barack Obama winning “four more years“, and the biggest Atlantic storm ever seen slamming into New Jersey, New York, and most of the northeastern USA, Glenn and Gareth chew over the details and consider the implications. With a side order of accountants PwC being gloomy, agricultural [...] … Read More

It’s Global Warming, Stupid: telling it like it is in post-Sandy USA - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Nov 02, 2012

Sandy was an astonishing storm1. Bloomberg Businessweek has taken the opportunity to state the obvious and create one of the great magazine covers to sell the story2. It’s worth reading the magazine’s coverage3 because the usual suspects are out there trying to deny the undeniable. Sandy was a storm made worse by the fact of [...] … Read More