• NASA Budget Shifts Focus From Climate Science to Space Exploration

    • Date: 19/03/17
    • Lorenzo Tanos, Inquisitor

    In all, President Donald Trump’s NASA budget cuts won’t gut the space agency’s funding too much. But they highlight the 45th president of the United States’ desire to focus on space travel, while drawing criticism from lawmakers regarding the significant garnishing of funds, or outright elimination, of funding for climate change initiatives. A look at the […]

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  • Less Than 20% Of US Republicans Are Concerned About Global Warming

    • Date: 17/03/17
    • Jim Norman, Gallup

    A landmark year in 2016 for global warming politics has further deepened the already formidable divide between Republicans and Democrats on the issue. Two-thirds (66%) of Democrats say they worry about global warming a great deal, compared with 18% of Republicans. The 66% of Democrats worrying a great deal about the issue is the highest […]

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  • NuScale’s Small Modular Nuclear Reactor Keeps Moving Forward

    • Date: 16/03/17
    • James Conca, Forbes

    NuScale Power, the small modular nuclear reactor company, has received notice that its design certification application has been accepted for review by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). The first Small Modular Reactor company to file a license application to NRC, NuScale’s Power Module has also become the first design to be accepted by the NRC for […]

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  • New Study: More Arctic Sea Ice Now Than For Nearly All Of The Last 10,000 Years

    • Date: 13/03/17
    • Kenneth Richard, No Tricks Zone

    In a new paper (Stein et al., 2017), scientists find that Arctic sea ice retreat and advance is modulated by variations in solar activity. In addition, the sea ice cover during the last century has only slightly retreated from the extent reached during coldest centuries of the Little Ice Age (1600s to 1800s AD), which […]

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  • Judith Curry: Exactly What Are Scientists Marching ‘For’?

    • Date: 08/03/17

    The smartest people on the planet want to oppose Trump & the best they can come up with is a march in support of themselves? – Roger Pielke Jr. A mega March for Science has been planned for Earth Day (April 22) in Washington DC.  The web site states: The March for Science demonstrates our passion for science […]

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  • Climate Alarmists Use Photoshop And Fraud To Deceive

    • Date: 07/03/17
    • John Hinderaker, PowerLine

     Watts Up With That has a funny instance of warmist deception. You may have seen the headline, I did: Antarctica hits record high temperature at balmy 63.5°F. Where? Base Esperanza. Where is Base Esperanza in relation to what we normally think of as Antarctica? A long, long distance away: Base Esperanza is close to Tiera […]

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  • Brexit Could ‘Derail’ EU Attempts To Fight Climate Change, MEPs Warn

    • Date: 06/03/17
    • Shehab Khan, The Independent

    European Carbon Trading Scheme (ETS) could lose £1.7bn worth of UK funding once Britain exits the trade bloc. The United Kingdom is committed to providing almost €2bn (£1.7bn) worth of funding for the scheme, without which it is not yet clear how the system will survive. Through ETS a cap is placed on total emissions […]

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  • The Social Cost of Carbon Calculation Debate*

    • Date: 04/03/17
    • Ronald Bailey, Reason Online

    Fatally flawed metric or the most important number that you’ve never heard of? “The social cost of carbon is the most important number that you’ve never heard of,” according to University of Chicago economist Michael Greenstone. Greenstone led the interagency working group that devised this metric during the Obama administration. Since it was first calculated in 2010, […]

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