Monthly Archives: June 2021

Cross Country Climate Reports with Paul: Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta

Cross Country Climate Reports with Paul: Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta // Jun 25, 2021 Two week road trip to Canada’s tornado alley, to document extreme storms, old disaster spots: Calgary flooding, Fort Mac Wildfires and crap, Grassy Narrows mercury, Elliot … Continue reading

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On the Deployment of Ocean Spraying Vessels to Brighten Marine Clouds to Cool the Planet

On the Deployment of Ocean Spraying Vessels to Brighten Marine Clouds to Cool the Planet // June 23, 2021 I was recently in a great video discussion with Peter Wadhams and Stephen Salter, hosted by Metta Spencer, to hash out … Continue reading

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Autonomous Spray Ship Deployment to Cool Planet via Marine Cloud Brightening

Autonomous Spray Ship Deployment to Cool Planet via Marine Cloud Brightening: Part 1 of 4 // Jun 19, 2021 I was recently in a great video discussion with Peter Wadhams and Stephen Salter, hosted by Metta Spencer, to hash out … Continue reading

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Cascading Climate System Domino Feedback Effects, NOT Good

Cascading Climate System Domino Feedback Effects, NOT Good // Jun 4, 2021 A new peer-reviewed scientific paper published June 3rd discusses the risks of climate domino effects from cascading feedbacks. Essentially, the risk is rapidly increasing to cross critical thresholds … Continue reading

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