Here I write about climate change and Polar Regions - but also about anything else that strikes my fancy.
I'll try to post here as often as I can. But keep in mind I'm a very busy guy, so please cut me some slack if you don't hear from me for a while!
Posted on the 07.11.2011 by Alain Hubert
Since a few years that I give speeches all over, I do not stop saying that we the people and the countries of the world will not be able to limit the increase in global earth temperature to less than 2°C like the agrement reached at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference in Cancun 2010 had foreseen.
Posted on the 19.07.2011 by Michel Brent
Although 2011 overall ice datas can not yet be recorded (year is not finished), the researchers know already that the record of sea ice extent is now tracking below September 2007 which was the lowest ever recorded.
Posted on the 11.07.2011 by Alain Hubert
Once in a while, I take some time to highlight for my visitors some important articles published lately on the Web about the climate change and the polar regions melting.
Posted on the 20.03.2011 by Alain Hubert
Everyonce in a while, I draw your attention upon an article which I find important. Today, the subject concerns the sea level rise. Quite an important matter. And this time no doubt anymore about its origin.
Posted on the 01.09.2010 by Alain Hubert
Every now and again, I would like to draw our readers’ attention to a particular item of polar topicality. Today, I would like to zoom in on an article written by Chris Mooney. He points out that the reduction of the Arctic pack ice surface is not the only problem caused by global warming. There are also drastic changes