This isn't explorer Will Steger's Global Warming 101 or the U of Chicago's "Open Climate 101" online course.

Yabba2 -- Construction
Climate change, desal and astronaut water
Tweeting science over the last few thousand years
Yabba -- Building your own stream gauge
Does Language Influence Climate Denial?
Meeting Michelle yesterday
The NHL may be on thin ice, due to climate change
Data are ugly
CREATIVE WRITING 101 OR ROOM 101? PATERSON TEACHES CONSERVATIVE CLIMATE COMMS STRATEGIES
Is El Niño on the way?
Scientists on climate change… fifty years ago
The Role of Scientists in Making Policy
Is Climate Denial Dead?
Administrivia note: Time to heal and reassess
BALD BLOKES TALK ABOUT EXTREME WEATHER
Of climate change and invalidated assumptions and plain old obstinance
Why that Doonesbury strip isn't 100% helpful
Self-delusion and the absurdity of a 'Good Anthropocene'
Science is science, but indifference trumps all
From Computational Thinking to Systems Thinking
The Global Energy Market’s Moment of Truth
Explaining the Seasons on 'Game of Thrones'
A few thoughts on the new EPA rules
You say 'Global Warming'. I say 'Climate Change'- Let's call the whole thing off!
Two Great TED Talks
What I am doing with my life
TEDx talk: Should we trust climate models?
ClimateDialogue on Climate Sensitivity
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Calculation: The emissions from those new Chinese coal plants
2C in our rear-view mirror, geoengineering dead ahead
Climate Scientists Have Two Huge Reasons to Celebrate
Thumbs Up to Consensus View & Its Scientists, Thumbs Down to Opposing Views & Its Scientists
We're all James Tiberius Kirk in the carbon wind down
Skills needed for a successful PhD
New report expounds on old problem: lack diversi...
Eleven Die As Temperatures Reach 101 Degrees In ...
Ask Umbra: What's that stuff dripping out my nei...
What climate change doing to our mental health?
Hungry hungry humans: science (and art) feeding ...
New Mexico Residents Fighting Back Against Kinder Morgan CO2 Pipeline With Their Own Health Impact Assessment
Crazy New ‘Sponge’ That Can Generate Steam F...
These young people pioneering Appalachia's post-...
EPA Is Failing To Stop Methane Leaks From Pipeli...
Just In Time For Midterms, Congress Kissing Up To Dirty Energy
Appalachia tries to make life after coal
Gimme 8 percent your lunch! You're not going to ...
You'd scream, too, if you were this close to col...
Dead elephants, plagues, & rats: Why sixth e...
Out-of-touch dads still want gas-guzzling SUVs, ...
States Led By Climate Deniers Stand To Gain The Most From New EPA Carbon Rule
Be patriot, eat less beef
Letter from Detroit:&now for completely diff...
Want to support clean energy? Fight for voting r...
Amory Lovins' high-tech home skimps on energy bu...
On climate change, Repubs even more backward tha...
Australian Press Watchdog Criticises Climate Report From Rupert Murdoch's Flagship Newspaper
Relax, everyone: We're not about to run out kale
Frackers learn one does not simply walk into Pit...
Climate change VR games make you better person b...
Northwest wildfires: We broke forests, now we ne...
Sit down, relax, & charge your phone@this co...
North Dakota's ag commissioner race oughta be on...
Drilling in Pennsylvania has damaged water suppl...
After Rancher's Death, Calls for Fracking Health Study Grow Stronger
Halliburton fracking spill mystery: What chemica...
Scientists could finally find extraterrestrial l...
Ask Umbra: How can I get rid all this packaging ...
Not Just the Atlantic: Obama Leasing Millions of Gulf Acres for Offshore Drilling
Seals discover offshore wind farms all-you-can-e...
93L in Eastern Atlantic Growing More Organized
Is the Climate Change Awakening a Methane Monster?
Adventures in the Anthropocene
Nigel Lawson suggests he's not a skeptic, proceeds to deny global warming
Nigel Lawson is the chairman of the Global Warming Policy Foundation; a political ...
Disturbance off the Coast of Africa a Potential Threat to the Lesser Antilles
2014 SkS Weekly Digest #30
SkS Highlights Dana's Climate models accurately predicted global warming when re...
ASI 2014 update 6: slow times
Post-peak Rome: the lake that defeated concrete
Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Bill Maher: Why Climate Deniers Hate Scientists
2014 SkS Weekly News Roundup #30B
14 concepts that will be obsolete after catastrophic climate change Abrupt cl...
Pecan Street and Exponential Growth of Solar
What to do about the "Social Cost of Carbon" metric? -- Part 2
The models used to calculate a Social Cost of Carbon for use in estimating the ben...
The Record Quiet Hurricane Season of 1914: Could it Happen Again in 2014?
2014 SkS Weekly News Roundup #30A
Attack of the Chicago climate change maggots Climate change already having pr...
SEARCH 2014 Sea Ice Outlook: July report
Mineral depletion: the trouble with gold
The Dark Snow team investigates the source of soot that's accelerating Greenland ice melt
Around the planet, wildfires are becoming larger and more destructive. This summer...
What to do about the "Social Cost of Carbon" metric? -- Part 1
Is the Social Cost of Carbon (SCC) metric a good tool for use in making government...
Hot Air: the sorry tale of climate policy in New Zealand
New study investigates the impact of climate change on malaria
It's tempting to view global warming on, well, a global scale. However, when we th...
Deep Decarbonization: Truly facing the climate challenge
The recently released Deep Decarbonization report shows that current government em...
Seal of approval - How marine mammals provide important climate data
Understanding what is happening in the oceans is crucial since 90% of global warm...
Barry Brill and Anonymous: U R A Fraud
Surfing the Italian tsunami
Climate models accurately predicted global warming when reflecting natural ocean cycles
Predicting global surface temperature changes in the short-term is a challenge for...
Well-estimated global warming by climate models
2014 SkS Weekly Digest #29
SkS Highlights Dana's Rupert Murdoch doesn't understand climate change basics, a...
2014 SkS Weekly News Roundup #29
America's oil consumption is rising, not falling, outpacing China's Biodivers...
The complicated world of methane
On Obama's new actions to support state and local climate preparedness
It's been a long time coming, but climate change preparedness has finally moved in...
Climate data from air, land, sea and ice in 2013 reflect trends of a warming planet
This article is a reprint of a news release posted by the U.S. National Oceanic...
Coal vs. Wind infographic
Is global warming causing extreme weather via jet stream waves?
As I sit here in a northern part of the United States (Minnesota), a rare summer a...
Atlas of Mortality and Economic Losses from Weather, Climate and Water Extremes
This article is a reprint of a press release posted by the World Meterological ...
Find CMD and The Progressive at Netroots Nation
Undertheorized and unvalidated: Stocklmayer & Bryant vs. NSF Indicators “Science literacy” scale part I
NCSE's next webinar for activists
How to achieve "operational validity"? Translation Science!
Constructing an "Ordinary climate science intelligence" assessment: a fragment ...
Polling climate around the world
Asteroid named for NCSE's Scott
Australian Attitudes on Climate Change
Solar Solstice
The language that leaves people behind
Bringing heart and spirit into the climate movement
You say “Global Warming”. I say “Climate Change”- Let’s call the whole thing off!
NEW REPORT Science & stories: Bringing the IPCC to life
COM 589: COMMUNICATION, CULTURE & THE ENVIRONMENT (SPRING 2014)
Greenwire on Obama's Strategy to Morally Stigmatize Conservatives Who Dismiss Climate Change
American University Doctoral Students Investigate Media, Technology and Democracy
BC Canada's The Tyee Magazine on Bill McKibben and Building a Broader Climate Movement
Why Google's Support for James Inhofe Is Not Only Morally Wrong, But Bad for Business
The Hill Newspaper on Obama's Climate Change Messaging
Debating Bioethics Openly: Taking Advantage of Major Events to Engage the Public
The Opponent: How Bill McKibben Changed Environmental Politics and Took on the Oil Patch
At New Scientist Magazine, Assessing the UK Government's Goal of Changing the Conversation About Food Biotechnology
Harvard Shorenstein Paper on "Nature's Prophet: Bill McKibben as Journalist, Public Intellectual and Activist"
Lawrence Hall of Science, in brief
NOAA's Science on a Sphere: Climate visualization & other suggestions for viewing at science museums
NOAA's PPI goals&objectives fall short of the ACC policy&outreach recommendations
[jules' pics] Londinium
Let's Gardening
Cap-and-Tax versus Fee-and-Dividend
More than you ever wanted to know about penguins....
The Monckton Files: A Hero Has Fallen!
Hang around the Watt's Up With That? blog for any length of time, and it will beco...
Global Warming, Climate Change
Monarchs return?
Jason Box interviewed by Mill Maher
Time and Tide
Rossby waves and surface weather extremes
A new study by Screen and Simmonds demonstrates the statistical connection between...
Release of the International Surface Temperature Initiative’s (ISTI’s) Global Land Surface Databank, an expanded set of fundamental surface temperature records
Guest post by Jared Rennie, Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites, Nort...
The wheels of justice
Unforced variations: July 2014
This month's open thread. Topics of potential interest: The successful OCO-2 launc...
48. Increasing vertically integrated water vapor over the oceans
47. Relative humidity over the oceans
Republican EPA Chiefs Urge Climate Action
Four former EPA administrators from Republican administrations testified at a cong...
Take Notes, Mr. Steyn
Today's lesson is on How to Float Legally Non-Actionable Accusations.  Mark Steyn...
Unforced variations: June 2014
June is the month when the Arctic Sea Ice outlook gets going, when the EPA release...
Inspector Steyn is Looking for a Clue
Great news in the Mann v. National Review et al. case!  Are you ready?  Defendan...
46. How can outgoing longwave flux increase as CO2 increases?
Deseret News: Who are the 'Alarmists'?
I wrote an op-ed for the Deseret News with the headline, 'Who are the 'alarmists' ...
El Niño or Bust
Guest commentary from Michelle L'Heureux, NOAA Climate Prediction Center Much medi...
Unforced variations: May 2014
This month's open thread. In order to give everyone a break, no discussion of miti...
Faking it
Every so often contrarians post old newspaper quotes with the implication that not...
Nenana Ice Classic: Update
Somewhat randomly, my thoughts turned to the Nenana Ice Classic this evening, only...
Labels for climate data
'These results are quite strange', my colleague told me. He analysed some of the r...
Mitigation of Climate Change – Part 3 of the new IPCC report
Guest post by Brigitte Knopf Global emissions continue to rise f...
Mark Steyn's Flashdance
It's an old story.  A stripper longs to be a ballerina, but the stuffy board at t...
The Free Speech Brigade Suppresses Free Speech
The Mann v. National Review et al. case (which I have previously written about her...
What Precedent? Why National Review et al. Are Running Scared
Whenever there is a big, public legal battle, it seems like the principals spend a...
Free Speech 101 for Sulky Teenagers
Yea, Michael Mann hath prevailed upon the court to allow his defamation suit to go...
'How to Manipulate Rubes into Covering Your Legal Bills,' Mark Steyn edition
If you haven't been following the Michael Mann v. National Review, Inc. et al. ca...
Republican Scientist: 'Rush Limbaugh is an Idiot'
Ok, I'm too polite (and overweight) to call him a 'big, fat idiot' like Al Franken...
SL Trib: Why are Scientists Leaving the GOP?
Judy Fahys has another article in the Salt Lake Tribune, in which she asked Utah S...
SL Trib: Chris Stewart and LaMar Smith–Conspiracy Theorists
As the new Chairman of the House Environment Subcommittee, Rep. Chris Stewart (R-U...
Want to Really Communicate Your Science to the Public? Go on a Journey and They’ll Follow
Why Restoring Wetlands Is More Critical Than Ever
Which Will Reduce Your Carbon Footprint More: Giving up Beef or Your Car?
Rare Mid-Summer Tornado Outbreak Possible In Midwest Sunday
I've Got Your Missing Links Right Here (26 July 2014)
Southwestern U.S. Aquifers Are Extremely Low, NASA Data Show
Fluffy Dinosaur Raises Questions About the Origin of Dinofuzz
Why Has This Really Common Virus Only Just Been Discovered?
Protecting Community Forests Can Be Major Tool in Climate Fight, Study Says
Tracks Hint at the Social Life of Tyrant Dinosaurs
These Mice Excel At Assembling The Ideal Sperm Swim Teams
French Grocer Sees Major Success in Marketing "Inglorious" Fruits and Vegetables
Earth Observation Satellites Help Scientists Better Understand Global Change
Chandra, the Space Telescope With X-Ray Vision, Turns 15
Napoleon's Legacy
Costs of Urban Light Pollution Highlighted in Citizen Science Effort
Searching for the Genetic Roots of Mental Illness
Museum of Western Colorado Unearths a Jurassic Record-Breaker
India Doubles Coal Tax to Fund Ambitious Clean Energy Initiatives
Primate Rights vs Research: Battle in Colombian Rainforest
Desert Rat Relies on Microbes To Detoxify Its Deadly Meals
Germany Tops Energy-Efficiency Ranking and U.S. Scores Near Bottom
Google Street View Maps Show Extent of Methane Leaks in Cities
A long-time science reporter wrote a questionable book on genetics. Can we trust his other work?
Scientists Look for Causes of Baffling Die-Off of Sea Stars
Politics and Education Affect When People Search for Climate Information, Study Finds
California Agriculture Relying Too Heavily on Groundwater Reserves in Drought
Five Questions for Jeffrey Sachs On Decarbonizing the Economy
Human Activity Has Caused Long-term Drought in Australia, Model Shows
The Soil Pollution Crisis in China: A Cleanup Presents Daunting Challenge
Helsinki Aims to Slash Car Use With New Apps and Transit Services
A Possible Advance in Fight To Combat a Deadly Amphibian Fungus
Loss of Snowpack and Glaciers In Rockies Poses Water Threat
One-third of German Power Came from Renewables in First Half of 2014
Protection of Parrotfish Could Slow Decline of Caribbean Reefs
(Caveat: I don't read or index the sites below, but have included them because others might want to, since they're directly focused on rebutting some higher-profile one-sided-skeptic sites. Are they useful?)