• New Boost For Healthy Climate Scepticism

    • Date: 23/09/17
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian

    Confidence is rising in two key aspects of healthy climate scepticism. First, climate models have run “hot” and been wrong in predicting the speed and extent of warming. Second, the extended slowdown in the rate of warming since the turn of the century was real.   The jury is out on whether the so-called pause […]

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  • GWPF TV: Climate Hysteria Vs Hurricane Resilience

    • Date: 22/09/17
    • GWPF TV

    Linking hurricanes to climate change is not based on empirical science and threatens to misdirect policies.   Hurricane Harvey was the first major hurricane to strike the USA since 2005. The storm made landfall in Houston, causing widespread damage, mostly from flooding. And then Harvey was followed by Hurricane Irma, which landed in Florida. The return […]

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  • New Research Finds Periods Of Rapid Warming Linked To Biopolar Seesaw

    • Date: 21/09/17
    • Keel University

    A kauri tree preserved in a New Zealand peat swamp for 30,000 years has revealed a new mechanism that may explain how temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere spiked several degrees centigrade in just a few decades during the last global ice age. Unexpectedly, according to new research led by scientists from Keele University and UNSW Sydney and […]

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  • Scientists Go After The Media For Highlighting A Study Showing IPCC Climate Models Were Wrong

    • Date: 20/09/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    Climate scientists have rushed to criticize a study published in the journal Nature Geoscience, which found that less warming in the early 20th Century suggests it’s slightly easier — though still difficult — to meet to goals of the Paris accord. One would think climate scientists, especially those alarmed about warming, would see this as positive, but […]

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  • We Were Wrong, Climate Scientists Concede

    • Date: 18/09/17
    • Ben Webster, The Times

    Catastrophic impacts of climate change can still be avoided, according to scientists who have admitted they were too pessimistic about the chances of limiting global warming. The world has warmed more slowly than had been predicted by computer models, which were “on the hot side” and overstated the impact of emissions on average temperature, research […]

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  • MP Welcomes ‘Swift’ BBC Rebuke Of Presenter Over Climate Sceptic Tweet

    • Date: 18/09/17
    • Graham Ruddick, The Guardian

    Adam Rutherford may have compromised BBC’s impartiality by criticising Labour MP Graham Stringer, a climate change sceptic, standards team says The BBC has reprimanded the presenter of Radio 4’s Inside Science after he called on his Twitter followers to write to their local MPs about the reappointment of Graham Stringer, a climate change sceptic, to a parliamentary […]

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  • BBC Reprimands Science Presenter For Campaign Against Labour MP Graham Stringer

    • Date: 18/09/17
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) has welcomed the BBC’s reprimand for one of its science presenters who started a political campaign against Graham Stringer, Labour MP for Blackley and Broughton and a member of the GWPF’s board of trustees. Graham Stringer MP has been a member of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee since 2006 […]

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  • Staircase Warming: New Paper Finds Decadal Climate Shifts, Lack Of Linear Warming

    • Date: 16/09/17
    • Belolıpetsky et al., CEST 2017

    The residual dynamics left after adjusting global surface temperature anomalies (1950-2014) for short-term variability from El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and volcanic eruptions have a staircase pattern. Linear trends for three quasi-stable periods 1950-1987, 1988-1997 and 1998-2014 are near zero with nearly all warming occurring during two step-like shifts in the years 1987/1988 and 1997/1998. […]

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