1st October - Today's News: Deadly Typhoon Jelawat Hits Japanese Car
Powerful typhoon kills two, hurts scores in Japan with video footage as Typhoon blasts car across Japanese car park
British tourist, 52, swept to her death after severe flooding and torrential rain hit southern Spain - death toll from last week's flash floods is now 10.
A warning that climate change could cripple southwestern US forests but, in contrast, better news for Canada as rising temperatures may bring back forests to icy northern borders
And a new geoengineering idea that doesn't involve sulphur: global warming could be combatted with asteroid dust
Another story on how wind farms given £34m to switch off in bad weather - which does however ignore the fact it's cheaper and much easier to switch off wind turbines than any conventional power station. The story is true: but not all the pertinent facts have been mentioned. The real issue is that we need to develop a means of storing wind generated electricty.
And as a good example of how the media manipulate news stories, one I questioned last week: North Sea cod: is it true there are only 100 left? Although maybe they're getting smaller as it's now being suggested that climate change may shrink fish May, of course, being the pertinent word here.