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Entries by David Kroodsma from 04/2011

This Week in Climate Science: Contrails, Chinese Nuclear Power, Mangroves etc.

| Posted 04.11.2011 | Green

The number of cars and trucks in China is growing rapidly, but how rapidly? Most experts have estimated that the number of vehicles in China will increase by between six and 11 percent per year for the foreseeable future.

Climate Ride 2011 -- Registration Open

| Posted 04.14.2011 | Green

Want to take a bicycle vacation and tackle climate change? Join the Brita Climate Ride. Climate Ride participants raise money for climate change char...

This Week in Climate Science: Iceberg Tsunamis, Economics of Geoengineering, Arctic Ecosystems

| Posted 04.15.2011 | Green

If boreal forests expand northward, climate models show that summers will warm because the forests will absorb more heat than the surrounding tundra.

Interactive Map: All the World's Nuclear Reactors

| Posted 04.25.2011 | Green


Royal Weddings and Climate Change

| Posted 04.29.2011 | Green

At Climate Central, we are excited about the Royal Wedding not because it's an opportunity to fawn over the wealthy and powerful, but because in central England, we have 350 years of directly measured climate data.