16 Aug 11 – Heavy snow is still expected overnight in many areas, including Wellington and Christchurch.
16 Aug 11 – Heavy snow fell in many parts of the North and South Islands again on Monday and overnight, causing power outages, closing schools, roads and airports.
Blizzards in New Zealand ground flights, close roads, shut down mail delivery and shut off power in what forecasters describe as once-in-a-lifetime conditions.
The World Bank has warned that world food prices, driven partly by rising fuel costs, are 36% above levels of a year ago.
17 Feb 11 – Already more snowfall than 1998 record for entire month, and it’s only the 17th. Think you’ll see this in the mainstream media?
Sea levels are falling, not rising – Several articles on falling sea levels.
By Alan Caruba
3 Nov 10 – The news is all about the Tuesday’s U.S. elections, but some of us are concerned about the news on Monday regarding a possible eruption of the Grimsvotn volcano in Iceland. Never heard of it? You will.
Will you see this in the mainstream media?
Antarctic ice growing, not melting
18 Apr 09 – “Ice is expanding in much of Antarctica, contrary to the widespread public belief that global warming is melting the continental ice cap,” says this article in The Australian.
17 Nov 08 – Canada’s highest point – the ice-covered peak of Yukon’s soaring Mount Logan – may be due for an official re-measurement after readings suggest this superlative summit has experienced a growth spurt.