The RealNews Interview: Greenland and Sea Level Rise

August 22, 2014

Looks like this is going to be a regular feature at Realnews.  I was asked to summarize the aims and findings, so far, of the Dark Snow field season.

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5 Responses to “The RealNews Interview: Greenland and Sea Level Rise”


  1. […] Looks like this is going to be a regular feature at Realnews. I was asked to summarize the aims and findings, so far, of the Dark Snow field season.  […]

  2. redskylite Says:

    Great job in explaining that we have managed to replicate the CO2 concentrations of 2.5 million years ago, and we will gradually suffer the consequences in the not too distant future. Quite a concept and admirably put over in plain language.

  3. redskylite Says:

    The planet’s two largest ice sheets – in Greenland and Antarctica – are now being depleted at an astonishing rate of 120 cubic miles each year, the rate of loss of ice from the two regions has more than doubled since 2009, revealing the dramatic impact that climate change is beginning to have on our world.

    http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/aug/24/incredible-polar-ice-loss-cryosat-antarctica-greenland

  4. rayduray Says:

    Peter,

    Congratulations on getting the Real News Network to focus on Dark Snow, etc.

    Hopefully more of the media will come back to the topic soon. I’ve recently seen some statistics on how the media seems to be going backward on its coverage of one of the most compelling stories of our age.


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