I intermittently update my left-panel weblinks (Blogroll and Climate Resources). It’s really just a shared personal list — something I use for convenient bookmarking of the climate and energy sites I most regularly visit (you may or may not agree with or like my selection!).
It has sites on the science of global warming (e.g., Atmoz, Hot Topic, Rabett Run, RealClimate), sites that specialise [as opposed to occasionally dabbling] in stomping out pseudo-sceptical nonsense (e.g., Deltoid, DeSmogBlog, Global Warming Debate, Greenfyre’s, Open Mind, SkepticalScience), those that consider climate impacts (e.g., ConservationBytes, Climate Shifts, Maribo), and energy (e.g., Energy Bulletin, Energy Use Statistics, The Oil Drum). There are also the official data sources, (BOM, IPCC, NASA, NSIDC, WoodForTrees, etc.).
Anyway, here are some sites I’ve recently added to my Blogroll and Climate Resources:
Atomic Insights Blog (Rod Adams on energy technology and supply from an atomic point of view)
Climate Debate Daily (a new way to understand disputes about global warming)
Depleted Cranium (deconstructing the psychology of denialism, in all its forms)
More Grumbine Science (thoughts and notes on climate science from a blogging oceanographer and meteorologist)
Nuclear Australia (discusses nuclear power’s role within Australia as part of a diverse and sustainable energy mix)
The Oil Drum (Discussions about energy and our future, including peak oil)
I also culled a few that were no longer being updated or where getting just too bizzare and distorted (any guesses? [I’ll give you a hint, it starts with ‘c’ and ends with ‘gress’]).
I really appreciate the many other sites who link here, but are not link-reciprocated. It’s all a matter of keeping the above list at a manageable size, but I’ll try to keep it cycled to reflect my current foci.
You probably also noticed my new right-panel badge — ‘Nuclear Power — Yes Please!‘. It is, of course, a play on the old antie badge ‘Nuclear Power — No Thanks!‘. Clever. Anyway, I think it sits quite comfortably alongside the Brighter Planet ‘350 Challenge‘ badge [replete with a sun and wind turbines]. As I’ve said, you can have both…