Revkin.net: Partial response to @drgrist on different approaches to energy/climate…

revkin:

Partial response to @drgrist on different approaches to energy/climate progress reposted here (was a comment on Grist). I’ll take cheering over yelling any day. But that’s just me, and I’m NOT disparaging protest. Here’s the commment:

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Revkin.net: Partial response to @drgrist on different approaches to energy/climate…

nybooks:

Climate change is only starting to become a practical problem for the big population centers of the lower forty-eight states, but it has been that in Alaska for a long time. Native villages with sea frontage are eroding and must be moved. Tall new brush and saplings spring up on the tundra where they hadn’t grown before. The season during which it’s possible to drive on ice roads has shortened from 204 days to 124, and cache-pit freezers dug generations ago must be cleaned out because they’re melting.

Ian Frazier
In the Beautiful, Threatened North

Remarkable writer on a remarkable place: Ian Frazier on Alaska.

davidquigg:

today at SAM

carlzimmer:

This is Diana, a strange animal that lived over half a billion years ago. See the whole gallery here: 

http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2013/02/18/weird-youth-animal-kingdom/

Image copyright 2013 Quade Paul. Reprinted with permission.