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Monday, February 17, 2014

Climate tweets for 16 February 2014

Denmark About to Set Even More Ambitious Climate Goals Than All Of Europe: @climateprogress 

Arctic Heat Pushes Sea Ice Into Record Low Territory During Feb 

Infantile climate discussion rages while atmosphere chokes: @ConversationEDU 

Fossil fuels to dominate global energy for "decades to come": @tomdispatch 

RT Ian McBurney ‏@LiveEcological: Nice “@readfearn: New blog: Try these cut and paste qualifiers for your climate and science stories. …”

RT Cynthia @cs4colorado ‏@cs4colorado: UK ground so saturated water nowhere to go! > Extreme Weather Hits Hard Worldwide

Santa’s revenge: new evidence supports link between climate change, severe weather: 

U.K. floods threaten farm output, investment: @Reuters 

RT Miles Grant ‏@MilesGrant: Best climate segment this morning was @DrShepherd2013 on @FaceTheNation. Smart, simple, direct: 

RT Tom Pride ‏@ThomasPride: Nice to see my comparison between Prof Slingo and Lord Lawson going a bit viral:

U.K. students call on universities to reduce investments in fossil fuels: @guardian 

Conservative's Middle-Ground Solution for Climate Change (Video): @LiveScience 

RT hilmalmberg ‏@jaymocker: Operation Noah welcomes CoE Synod decision to act on climate change: 

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