More news on thermohaline circulation stopping
A study presented at the Montreal talks suggests that there is a 70% chance that in the next 200 years the thermohaline circulation, which powers the Gulf Stream and keeps the West of Europe (including us!) warmer that we should be at our latitude, will stop. The effects will still be collossal even if it doesn't stop, but just weakens, and they will be felt much earlier than that. Read the story here.
Locally. It is still not clear what Bradford Council is doing about its obligations to cut emissions under the Nottingham Declaration, to which it is a signatory. Watch this space.