• Death Of A Climate Icon

    • Date: 31/08/17
    • Susan Crockford, GWPF TV

    Since the start of this century, the polar bear has been the icon of human-caused global warming. But now the polar bear as poster child of catastrophic global warming is dead.   In years past, the polar bear was routinely featured in public discussions about the effects of climate change, but today the polar bear is […]

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  • New Study: No Connection Between Global Warming And Floods

    • Date: 31/08/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    As scientists and media pundits debate human activity’s role in Hurricane Harvey, a new study finds no evidence global warming increased flooding over North America and Europe. A study published in the Journal of Hydrology found “the number of significant trends in major-flood occurrence across North America and Europe was approximately the number expected due to chance […]

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  • Texas Spared Worst of Blackouts As Harvey Brings Rain, Not Wind

    • Date: 30/08/17
    • Bloomberg

    Hurricane Harvey’s power damages are the lowest of recent storm blackouts The widespread devastation Hurricane Harvey has unleashed on Houston and across Texas won’t include historic power failures. While the storm’s damages are still mounting, Texas utility regulators have estimated power losses at about 345,000 customers, well below blackouts from previous major storms including Ike, which hit […]

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  • As Terrible As Harvey Is, The Galveston Hurricane Of 1900 Was Much, Much Worse

    • Date: 28/08/17
    • Kevin Murnane, Forbes

    Galveston hurricane killed thousands of Americans. Hurricane Harvey makes landfall. Hurricane Harvey is the first Category 4 hurricane to make landfall in the US since Hurricane Charley hit southwestern Florida in 2004. The damage and loss from Harvey won’t be known for several days but it is expected to be extensive. The hope right now […]

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  • Fat And Happy Polar Bears No Longer A Climate Change Icon Say Experts

    • Date: 25/08/17
    • Jennifer Harper - The Washington Times

    The polar bear population is doing just fine say experts, who say “fat” bears also are losing their status as a symbol of climate warming. “What is causing the death of the polar bear as a climate change icon? Fat bears are part of it, but mostly it’s the fact that polar bear numbers haven’t […]

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  • Fat Polar Bears (And Lots Of Them) Signal The End Of A Climate Change Icon

    • Date: 24/08/17
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    What is causing the death of the polar bear as a climate change icon? Fat bears are part of it, but mostly it’s the fact that polar bear numbers haven’t declined as predicted.   Western Hudson Bay polar bears around Churchill, Manitoba appear mostly in good shape this summer despite the very late freeze-up last fall, including the very fat bear […]

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  • Al Gore Documentary Called ‘Bad Science’ As Sales Plummet

    • Date: 23/08/17
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times

    It was a tough weekend for Al Gore. Not only did “An Inconvenient Sequel” continue its nosedive at the box office, but the climate change documentary also drew a scathing rebuttal from a leading climate scientist. Climatologist Roy W. Spencer, principal research scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, released Saturday an 81-page e-book […]

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  • Big Data Finds The Medieval Warm Period – No Denial Here

    • Date: 22/08/17
    • Jennifer Marohasy, The Spectator

    After deconstructing 2,000-year old proxy-temperature series back to their most basic components, and then rebuilding them using the latest big data techniques, John Abbot and I show what global temperatures might have done in the absence of an industrial revolution. According to author Leo Tolstoy, born at the very end of the Little Ice Age, […]

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