Posts Tagged "“Carbon offsets” “Carbon footprint” “Carbon balance”"

Extreme heat illustrates climate change principle

Californians used to seaside breezes got a rude shock this weekend, as even cool Palo Alto soared into the triple digits. While this is just one data point in the long term studies of global warming, it contains a useful lesson in the difference between mean temperature and temperature distribution. We often hear the quip "Hey, two degrees is no… read more →

Carbon offsets are going mainstream

Chances are, you've read Parade Magazine. Distributed for free with over 370 Sunday newspapers, Parade is the most widely read magazine in the United States. Although it may not be your first source of news, you're probably guilty of occasionally thumbing over to Marilyn vos Savant's column to watch as the person with the world's highest recorded IQ trains her… read more →