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News & Media Log 2010

2010
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December 2010 (PDF)

 

1. Buried treasure: good uses for greenhouse gas lass
2. Some sceptics make it a habit to be wrong
3. Emission cuts 'hard without nuclear power'
4. Global emissions to soar under Copenhagen accord: IEA
5. Book review: Merchants of Doubt
6. Cancún climate summit: Let's look beyond carbon
7. WA's greenhouse gas emissions set to soar
8. Waterfront warrior John Coombs sails against wind
9. Gillard's energy cost arguments don't add up
10. Nuclear electricity 'worth investing in'
11. Solution is nuclear power
12. Nuclear debate heats up in ALP
13. GEOFFREY LEAN MEXICO 2010 COP16
14. Cancun climate change summit: 2010 was hottest year on record
15. Warming 'will be twice the safe high'
16. Change in climate for Copenhagen II
17. No hope for climate talks, says Britain's chief scientist John Beddington
18. Nuclear power more attractive as climate changes
19 Keep dams on water agenda: PM's report
20. Warmest decade shows the heat's on
21. Let's lift nonsensical nuclear power ban
22. Carbon fight eyes 'taboo' science of geo-engineering
23. APS Responds to Member’s Resignation over Climate Change
24. Treading carefully at Cancun
25. Rising sea level risk overstated
26. UN draft gets it wrong on warming
27. Nuclear the best way to ensure power needs while reducing emissions
28. N-power a way to energise Labor
29. Australians confused about climate science
30. Cancun ignores energy efficiency paradox

 

 

November 2010 (PDF)
 
1. Nuclear power: Eight sites identified for future plants
2. Cleaner world will demand carbon capture and storage
3. Russia Plans Nuclear Plant in Venezuela
4. Rock doctors are cool on global warming
5. Toshiba works on ABWR certification
6. ITER – a fusion facility worth building
7. NIF completes first integrated ignition experiment
8. Labor urged to follow Obama on carbon
9. Climate scientist Phil Jones 'regrets' emails

 

 


 
October (PDF)
 
1. OPINION NOVEMBER 30, 2009 The Climate Science Isn't Settled
2. MIT Climatologist Richard Lindzen on the Politics of Global Warming
3. Top science body cools on global warming
4. Fusion Provides Answers
5. Renewable Energy
6. The future is fusion
7. Sustainable biochar to mitigate global climate change
8. Julian Hunt: Stay local to beat global warming
9. Thorium a strong rival
10. Experts Meet for Largest Ever IAEA Fusion Conference
11. First do the research, and then make deep carbon cuts
12. No consensus among climate scientists after all
 

 

September (PDF)

1. Answer isn't blowing in the wind, but hot air is abundant
2.Humans affect climate change
3. Fresh leadership is urged for UN's climate assessment panel
4. Local support for report on UN climate panel
5. Sustainable? We're a lot smarter than that
6. Germany agrees to extend life of nuclear power stations
7. Nuclear power plants are not bomb factories
8. Old-Tech Nuclear Power is not the Answer for Modern Society
9. Largest solar plant planned
 

 

August (PDF)
 
1 The Japan Times online
2. Iter parties agree new funding
3. Science Business
4. Published online 7 July 2010
5. Nuclear power plants 'by 2025'
6. Desal plants fuel hikes
7. The EU's response to global warming is a costly mistake
8. UK to lift nuclear ban on India
9. Faith is always inferior to facts
10. Met Office report: global warming evidence is 'unmistakable'
11. Climate change round the world
12. Plants could adapt to global warming within two decades, say scientists
 

 

July (PDF)

1. UN's climate report 'one-sided'
2. The visible tip of the fossil-fuel disaster
3. The heat is on for change: coal
4. Silex Systems opts for solar exposure
5. Siemens announces technology blueprint to solve energy issue
6. Finnish parliament approves new nuclear reactors
7. Bloomberg
9. Dire climate change warning to Australia
 

 

June (PDF)

1. Europe's bold move on climate
2. We don't need renewable energy fund
3. JET Capabilities in support of ITER
4. JET gets new wall to prep for ITER
5. First ITER Components Transported
6. Simulating the Sun
7. Clean energy research still needed
8. Pacific islands 'growing, not sinking', say researchers
9. James Hansen keen on next-generation nuclear power
 

 

May (PDF)

1. Chance to combat climate change through policy has come and gone
2. Sunshine claim clouded by dispute
3. Germany's green credentials illusory
4. NK reiterates its claim for nuclear fusion success
5. North Korean claims to have conducted nuclear fusion reaction
6. Laser celebrates 50th birthday
7. MORE TOP STORIES » SCIENCE AND EDUCATION
8. PPPL makes strides in the uncharted science of fusion energy
9. Sandia National Laboratories Discovers New Pathway To Commercial Nuclear Fusion Power
10.Italy and Russia fund fusion reactor to rival ITER ?
11. Published online 6 May 2010 | Nature | doi:10.1038/news.
12. Nuclear power a good solution for our nation
13. Germany's green credentials illusory
14. Sunshine claim clouded by dispute
 

 

April (PDF)
 
1. Chance to combat climate change through policy has come and gone
2. Sunshine claim clouded by dispute
3. Germany's green credentials illusory
4. NK reiterates its claim for nuclear fusion success
5. North Korean claims to have conducted nuclear fusion reaction
6. Laser celebrates 50th birthday
7. More Top Stories »Science and Education
8. PPPL makes strides in the uncharted science of fusion energy
9. Sandia National Laboratories Discovers New Pathway to Commercial Nuclear Fusion Power
10. Italy and Russia fund fusion reactor to rival ITER - April 28, 2010
11. Published online 6 May 2010 | Nature | doi:10.1038/news.2010.227s
12. Nuclear power a good solution for our nation
13. Germany's green credentials illusory
14. Sunshine claim clouded by dispute
 

 

March (PDF)

1. Obama pushes nukes to beat pollution crisis
2. We won't be going nuclear: Rudd
3. Defections Shake Up Climate Coalition
4. We must invest in nuclear energy, says expert
5. Fossil fuels 'better for environment' than so-called green fuels
6. John Costella's Blog
7. Sceptics derail climate action
8. Believe in climate change dives
9. Environment
10. Nuclear debate won't go away
11. Only a carbon tax and nuclear power can save us
12. James Hansen keen on next-generation nuclear power
13. Climate-Change Panel Under Scrutiny
14. Hybrid fusion: the third nuclear option
15. Europe's carbon trade in crisis

 
February Part two (PDF)

1. German Chancellor Merkel on "mission fusion"
2. Sceptic rubbishes computer modelling on climate change
3. Uranium powers wasted
4. A case for cooling it on warming
5. CLIMATE change policy just got a whole lot harder. Once again, the culprit is the science.
6. Tony Abbott's compost idea is not so corny
7. Lack of Australian nuclear plant almost immoral: Peter Cosgrove
8. Levitating magnet brings space physics to fusion
9. Giant laser reaches key milestone for fusion
10. Laser fusion test results raise energy hopes
11. Media cools on global warming
12. PROFILE: Barry Green- Green push for energy sustainability
13. Carbon price too low, argue British MPs
14. Blizzards mock global warming as both sides of debate try snow jobs
15. New review of climate science
16. Scientists say IPCC should be overhauled or scrapped
17. World wide web of doubt
18. UN climate panel under strain
19. Top climate scientist calls for study rethink
20. Climategate is just the tip of the iceberg
21. IPCC scaremongering is destroying its credibility

New section on "Educational Material"
1. Physics of a Fundamental Energy Source - FusEdWeb | Fusion Education
2. How the Sun Shines
3. Fusion Basics
4. The General Atomics Fusion Education Outreach Program

 

 

February Part one (PDF)

1. Laser fusion test results raise energy hopes
2. Be truthful on climate: British science boss John Beddington
3. Innovation key to mitigating climate change
4. Report undercuts Kevin Rudd's Great Barrier Reef wipeout
5. Don't trust the weatherman's forecasts
6. More flaws emerge in climate alarms
7. Action can be 'riskier than doing nothing'
 

 

 January (PDF)

1. Australia 'open' to atomic energy
2. Boffins may be illegal
3. Another bad year for predictions of global warming
4. More evidence CO2 not culprit
5. Message on climate emotive, but a fraud
6. Mr Rudd, your misguided warming policies are killing millions
7. Sceptics use temperatures to cast doubt on carbon theory
8. Rudd should never have tied carbon cuts to Copenhagen
9. Beat poverty first, then tackle emissions
10. The future's hottest topic