Category Archives: AGW Climate Perspective

Articles with a long term perspective on Climate.

Going To The Sun Road Closed

Glacier National Park still ploughing the Going To The Sun road. Opening late the last couple of years. Continue reading

Posted in AGW and Weather News Events, AGW Climate Perspective | 31 Comments

When The Cold Comes, The World Changes

What happens to the world when it gets colder and has less sunshine? It gets cold and dry. People migrate. Diseases break out and famine is everywhere. We have history to guide us. Continue reading

Posted in AGW Climate Perspective, Earth Sciences, Emergency Preparation and Risks, History | 21 Comments

How To Live In The Next Ice Age Glacial – Lessons From Siberia

What can winter truckers in Siberia tell us about how to survive in a glaciating world to come? Rather a lot I think. Continue reading

Posted in AGW Climate Perspective, Emergency Preparation and Risks, Global Cooling, Human Interest | 35 Comments

Greenland Adding Ice Still

Greenland Still Gaining Ice. AMOC in flux, maybe, and muddy conclusions. Continue reading

Posted in AGW Climate Perspective, AGW Science and Background | 5 Comments