• Study Finds More Evidence ‘Urban Heat Islands’ Are Warming Up Weather Stations

    • Date: 20/06/16
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    A new study examining how energy use can influence local climates found temperature changes in Britain and Japan are better explained by energy use than by climate models. “Our results are strong evidence that changes in energy consumption contribute to temperature change over sub-decadal timescales in the two nations considered,” two British scientists wrote in their […]

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  • The Guardian: Save The Earth, Take The ‘No-Shower Challenge’

    • Date: 16/06/16
    • Chris White, The Daily Caller

    The Guardian, Britain’s wildly anti-fossil fuel news site, floated the idea on Tuesday of taking the “no-shower challenge” as a way to alleviate water shortages and heal environmental degradation. “Reducing the frequency of showers (and the number of cleansing products used) has very real implications for our environment,” The Guardian’s Madeleine Somerville wrote. “The average […]

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  • A New Definition Of Academic Misconduct

    • Date: 14/06/16
    • Judith Curry, Climate Etc.

    Ridd was punished by James Cook University for “not displaying responsibility in respecting the reputations of other colleagues.” The university even warned that if he does this again, he’ll be tried for serious misconduct. The latest perversion in research ethics comes to us from James Cook University in Australia. The Australian has the scoop, but it […]

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  • Marine Scientist Censured By James Cook University For Questioning Misleading Claims

    • Date: 13/06/16
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian

    When marine scientist Peter Ridd suspected something was wrong with photographs being used to highlight the rapid decline of the Great Barrier Reef, he did what good scientists are supposed to do: he sent a team to check the facts. James Cook University’s Professor Peter Ridd on Townsville’s Strand. Picture: Cameron Laird After attempting to […]

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  • New Study ‘Undercuts Climate Alarm’

    • Date: 10/06/16
    • Valerie Richardson, The Washington Times

    Whenever climate models overestimate temperatures linked to rising carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere, scientists have pointed to a convenient fall guy: aerosols, which cool the planet and act as a counterweight to global warming. But what if the cooling influence of aerosols isn’t as powerful as believed? Preliminary findings from a major study by […]

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  • GWPF Climate Briefing: Antarctic Sea Ice Growth

    • Date: 04/06/16
    • GWPF Climate Briefing

    A new study claims to shed some light on the Antarctic’s resilience to global warming.

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  • Unsettled Science: Antarctic Climate Confusion

    • Date: 31/05/16
    • The American Interest

    A group of scientists have just published a study that tries to explain why Antarctica isn’t warming as predicted, and its ice isn’t melting as climate models say it should be. As Reuters reports, the researchers identified flows of cold, deep water as the primary reason our models are failing down there: A persistent chill […]

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  • New Discovery May Scale Back Climate Alarm

    • Date: 27/05/16
    • Seth Borenstein, Associated Press

    A new discovery about how clouds form may scale back some of the more dire predictions about temperature increases caused by man-made global warming. That’s because it implies that a key assumption for making such predictions is a bit off. “What this will do is slightly reduce and sharpen the projections for temperature during the […]

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