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Real Dirt, Fast – 16 October

October 16th, 2008 · 5 Comments · Real Dirt Fast

                                            Now to the weather. Real Dirt has been writing about the environment for more than fifteen years and if there is one thing that is certain it is uncertainty. The biggest stories are nearly always the ones that no-one saw coming. But every now and then there is a weather map that looks […]

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Carbon dioxide: economic nose dive with a triple pike?

October 13th, 2008 · 3 Comments · News

For the past twelve months, John Connor, Climate Institute CEO and a keen amateur bodysurfer, has been riding a huge left hander that’s been breaking off Point Climate Change, selling the message of cutting greenhouse gases. But in just a few short weeks that beautiful wave has closed out and emission cuts look like being smashed on […]

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Real Dirt, Fast – 2 October

October 2nd, 2008 · 6 Comments · Real Dirt Fast

Professor Garnaut’s final report on climate change came down this week just as the planet’s economy looked as though it was about to do some weird quantum thing and collapse down to a little black hole the size of a pea. Still those little black holes, as the scientists tell us, can be as heavy […]

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