• Will Arctic Sea Ice Rebound As Atlantic Ocean Cools?

    • Date: 11/04/18
    • Paul Dorian, Vencore, Inc.

    Arctic sea ice extent has generally been below-normal since the middle 1990’s at which time the northern Atlantic Ocean switched sea surface temperature phases from cold-to-warm. It is likely to return to pre-mid 1990’s levels when the oceanic cycle flips back to a cold phase in coming years. Overview  While consistently at below-normal levels since the […]

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  • El Niño Affects Up To Two-Thirds Of The World’s Harvests

    • Date: 07/04/18
    • Aalto University, Finland

    According to researchers at Aalto University, Finland, large-scale weather cycles, such as the one related to the El Niño phenomenon, affect two-thirds of the world’s cropland. In these so called climate oscillations, air pressure, sea level temperature or other similar factors fluctuate regularly in areas far apart in a way that causes rain and temperature […]

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  • Prediction FactCheck: ‘Global Warming Will Lead to More Forest Fires’

    • Date: 26/03/18
    • C3 Headlines

    Does the empirical evidence support the belief that human CO2 emissions released into the atmosphere will directly cause an increase in forest fires from global warming? As the above plots show, whether it’s the U.S. national forests or the state owned properties in fire-prone California, the number of fires incidents has significantly declined starting with […]

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  • Flood Of New Scientific Papers Show Surprising Results

    • Date: 26/03/18
    • No Tricks Zone

    Two days ago Kenneth presented an impressive flurry of scientific, peer-reviewed charts published over the past 15 months (46 alone in 2018). Much to the surprise of alarmist scientists, global warming is weak at best. Lack of warming a global phenomenon According to Kenneth, these new papers show that “nothing climatically unusual is happening”. For example a publication […]

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  • BBC Forced To Retract False Claim About Hurricanes

    • Date: 22/03/18
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    Another day, another BBC retraction http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-42251921 You may recall the above report by the BBC, which described how bad last year’s Atlantic hurricane season was, before commenting at the end: A warmer world is bringing us a greater number of hurricanes and a greater risk of a hurricane becoming the most powerful category 5.  As […]

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  • ‘Repeal and Not Replace the Clean Power Plan’

    • Date: 21/03/18
    • Icecap

    The Concerned Household Electricity Consumers Council (CHECC) announces that on February 26, 2018 it filed a Comment in response to EPA’s Advanced Notice of Proposed Rule Making (ANPRM) Clean Power Plan (CPP) Replacement. (see  CHECC CPP ANPRM Replacement Comment FINAL to EPA 022618 (1) ) This Comment provided EPA and the Trump Administration with Legal, Climate […]

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  • Democrats, Pay Attention To The ‘Ecomodernist’ Running For Governor in California

    • Date: 20/03/18
    • Julie Kelly, The Federalist

      In his latest book, “Enlightenment Now,” Steven Pinker credits ecomodernists — a new breed of environmentalists — for their forward-thinking approach to challenges such as climate change, energy, and land use. Pinker praises Michael Shellenberger, a founder of the ecomodernism movement, for defying old-guard greens who reject modernity and fantasize about a future without […]

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  • Electric Cars: Magic Policy Wand Won’t Achieve The Impossible

    • Date: 16/03/18
    • Martin Livermore, Scientific Alliance

    The number of electric cars sold in Britain has fallen by a third since the start of the year, amid concerns that motorists are being put off by high prices, limited battery range and a lack of roadside charging points. These are the opening words of an article in the Times this week (Electric car […]

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