Posts Tagged ‘greenland’

Will Greenland join the family of independent nations?

     Greenland’s election in late April was largely a vote on independence – a crucial and unifying issue. Whatever the ultimate composition of the ruling coalition, the secession from Denmark seems to be a foregone conclusion. Six out of seven political parties support the idea and they won. A referendum will also offer a thumbs-up. […]

Land of Ice & Snow: Montreal record busting snow sours the mild winter climate narrative

     ON the 24th December this year, Montreal was a poster child for the “new normal” – mild weather, no snow in sight. All that came to an abrupt end on the 29th, when Montreal strayed off narrative with a record breaking snowfall. From the 24th; Montreal’s Christmas Eve record-breaking temperature matches Los Angeles Dec. […]

Generous GI Bill isn’t keeping today’s veterans out of student loan debt – Veterans Today

. <!– –> Home Health Agent Orange Coping Gulf War Illness (GWI) Medical Disability Benefits PTSD Investigations 9/11 Holocaust JFK Assassination Paris Attacks 2015 Sandy Hook Life Art, Books, & Entertainment Economy & Business Education Environment Food, Wine & Travel History Civil War (1861-1865) Cold War (1947-1991) Gulf War (1990-1991) Iraq War (2003-2011) Korean War […]

A greener Greenland? Times Atlas ‘error’ overstates global warming

  Tamara CohenDaily Mail September 20, 2011 The publishers of the world’s most prestigious atlas have been caught out by Cambridge scientists exaggerating the effects of climate change. In its latest edition, the £150 Times Atlas of the World has changed a huge coastal area of Greenland from white to green, suggesting an alarming acceleration […]

Powered by WordPress | Designed by: Premium WordPress Themes | Thanks to Themes Gallery, Bromoney and Wordpress Themes