Climatecodered.Org: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Climatecodered.Org related to Climate Change. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Climate Change.

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At-A-Glance Vitals

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All Media Count   38
News Count (W/Clustered)   2 (5.26%)
Distinct Stories   2
Blog Count   35 (92.11%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   0.51
Combined Polarization   7.37
Combined Activity   1.09
Combined Personalization   1.09
News Tone   1.72
Blog Tone   0.44
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   1/30/2012
Last Seen   12/24/2013
News/Social Ratio  5.26%
Attention/Loyalty  36 / 3127 days (1.15%)
Domain Type   Blog
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Category Breakdown
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45.95% (17)
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Related Countries
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Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

James Hansen   21.05% (8)
David Spratt   21.05% (8)
Tony Abbott   15.79% (6)
Giles Parkinson   15.79% (6)
David Roberts   13.16% (5)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

Ipcc   23.68% (9)
Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change   13.16% (5)
Climate Institute   7.89% (3)
Greenpeace   7.89% (3)
Australian Bureau Of Meteorology   5.26% (2)

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Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Victoria, Seychelles (General), Seychelles   18.42% (7)
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia   13.16% (5)
Copenhagen, KAvn*, Denmark   10.53% (4)
Arctic Ocean, Oc,    10.53% (4)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia   10.53% (4)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
Australia   10.53% (2)
Greenland   10.53% (1)
India   10.53% (1)
Taiwan   10.53% (1)
Japan   10.53% (1)

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Clustered Twitterers

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Top News Outlets

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following news outlets:

Climatecodered.Org   5.26% (2)

Top Blogs

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following blogs:

Climatecodered.Org   92.11% (35)

News Articles

All 2 news articles:


Climate Code Red: Dependence on coal a bad strategy with shift to renewables unstoppable

...... digging up and shipping out as much coal as possible, as quickly as possible, are common. Of course, they also imply that economic arguments trump any concerns about contributions to climate change. But leaving that aside, how true is it? Would slowing or halting Australia's coal exports really deprive Australians? What would it mean for Australian jobs? Research by The Australia Institute ......

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Tone: 1.05%
Pol: 7.61%
Act: 24.79%
Per: 0.91%
Que: 4.29%
Exc: 1.43%

climate code red: Science update

...... A selection of some the most significant recent peer-reviewed science on climate change Annual Statement on the Status of the Global Climate World Meteorological Organization: The global temperature increase rate has been "remarkable" during the previous four decades, according to the preliminary summary. The global temperature has increased since 1971 at an average estimated rate of 0.166C ......

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Tone: 2.39%
Pol: 3.86%
Act: 21.69%
Per: 0.18%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%


Blog Posts

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Climate Code Red: Reigniting the debate: Climate change is fundamentally a human story

...... A British group says people's interest in global warming has dwindled, and new ways of telling what is essentially a human story should include talking to those who may be sceptical about climate change. By Kieran Cooke , via Climate News Network George Marshall is a co founder of the Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN), an organisation based in Oxford in the UK which specialises ......

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Tone: -1.01%
Pol: 8.31%
Act: 27.71%
Per: 0.76%
Que: 3.03%
Exc: 0.00%

Climate Code Red: Crunch time for Victorian government on coal exports

...... Wilsons Promontory or Philip Island where it would be shipped from major new ports. And the massive pollution from burning all that coal would tear away our hopes of stopping runaway climate change. As part of the campaign to keep Victoria's dirty brown coal in the ground, a rally was held on Parliament House steps today to take the message to Victoria's politicians, who are in session this ......

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Tone: 0.52%
Pol: 6.72%
Act: 26.38%
Per: 3.10%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 3.70%

Climate Code Red: Typhoon Haiyan and climate change: connecting the dots

...... such as Haiyan and its impacts represent a sobering reminder to the international community that we cannot afford to procrastinate on climate action... Science tells us that simply, climate change will mean more intense tropical storms. As the Earth warms up, that would include the oceans. The energy that is stored in the waters off the Philippines will increase the intensity of typhoons and ......

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Tone: 1.18%
Pol: 6.09%
Act: 18.27%
Per: 1.18%
Que: 6.45%
Exc: 0.00%

Climate Code Red: The Abbott government: climate policy as culture war

...... Overnight in London, former prime minister John Howard gave the climate-denialist Global Warming Policy Foundation's annual lecture, telling his audience: I've always been agnostic about [climate change] I don't completely dismiss the more dire warnings but I instinctively feel that some of the claims are exaggerated I don't accept all of the alarmist conclusions You can never be absolutely ......

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Tone: -1.40%
Pol: 10.88%
Act: 20.53%
Per: 0.53%
Que: 4.76%
Exc: 4.76%

Climate Code Red: Climate change and fire risk: what scientists say

...... Prime minister Tony Abbott says that "fire is a part of the Australian experience" and not linked to climate change. Here's what the peer-reviewed scientific research says. Bushfire weather in SE Australia: Recent trends and projected climate change impacts Lucas, C., K. Hennessy, G Mills and J. Bathols (2007), "Bushfire weather in SE Australia: Recent trends and projected climate change ......

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Tone: 0.38%
Pol: 4.94%
Act: 20.18%
Per: 0.38%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

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