Gareth Renowden of the Hot Topic blog was so kind as to inform us that the latest episode of the excellent Climate Show (which IMO will be, very soon and without a doubt, a very popular and useful resource for people who want to have up-to-date information on climate change) is all about the cryosphere!
I haven't watched it yet, but I'm sure it is very interesting. Here's a summary for this episode 7:
Highlight of this week’s show is a fascinating — and sobering — interview with Greenland expert Professor Jason Box [blog]. His perspective on current events in the Arctic — from the dangers of permafrost methane, through rapid warming over Greenland and the potential impacts on sea level is essential listening and viewing. And he can surf, too. Glenn and Gareth discuss warm weather in New Zealand during a La Niña summer, drought in the Amazon and the complex interactions between climate and weather extremes, food production and political stability. John Cook from Skeptical Science debunks the favourite sceptic arguments about ice at both poles, and in the solutions segment we discuss the recent WWF report on renewable energy, and the new all-electric Porsche Boxster.
Thank you, Gareth Renowden, Glenn Williams, John Cook and others for your show. It's an excellent way to while my hibernating time.