Monthly Archives: December 2012

Disappointing Doha Climate Change meeting extends Kyoto

The Doha Climate Change conference has ended 24 hours later than intended, & sill without a deal that binds the US, China & India. On a positive note the Kyoto Protocol (which is due to expire later this Year) has however been extended till 2020, this however is of […]

2012/12/08|

Shackleton Epic enters final preparation phase

Sir Ernest Shackleton’s Trans-Antarctic Expedition is one of the greatest survival stories in history and has inspired adventurers across every continent over three generations.
Now, in honour of Shackleton’s remarkable 800 nautical mile voyage across the Southern Ocean, from Elephant Island to South Georgia, and his crossing of its mountainous interior, the Shackleton […]

2012/12/04|

Ice melt accelerates new study shows

A new study by NASA and ESA (European Space Agency) shows that ice in both Polar Regions is melting at an accelerating rate (up to 5 times the rate of a few years ago).

The study was produced by an international collaboration — the Ice Sheet Mass Balance Inter-comparison Exercise […]

2012/12/01|

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