10 Responses to The other most-viewed ClimateProgress posts of 2010
Here are all the posts written in 2010 that were clicked on by more than 25,000 people — not counting “More conclusive proof of global warming,” the blow-out winner for 2010.
7. 26,000 views: Graham says GOP should stop demonizing climate change: You’re risking “your party’s future with younger people” by calling it a “hoax”; The SC Senator asks, “Are we the party of carbon pollution forever in unlimited amounts?”
[Note to Graham — Yes, you are!]
5. 37,500: Science: Vast East Siberian Arctic Shelf methane stores destabilizing and venting: NSF issues world a wake-up call: “Release of even a fraction of the methane stored in the shelf could trigger abrupt climate warming.”
2. 45,000: NASA: Easily the hottest April “” and hottest Jan-April “” in temperature record: Plus a new record 12-month global temperature, as predicted
The BP post made #1 because it was on the top half of the front page of HuffPost for several hours. Typically the most widely read posts on CP are ones that either were featured on HuffPost or Reddit.
Note: I don’t know the total readership of any of my posts because there is no way for me to know how many of the 40,000 or so people who subscribe to either my RSS or email feed read any particular article.