• Political Battle Over IPCC Climate Report

    • Date: 31/10/14
    • Matt McGrath, BBC News

    Scientists and officials are meeting in Denmark to edit what’s been termed the “most important document” on climate change. There are worries that government officials are trying to steer the science in a certain direction, to reflect their negotiating positions in the UN climate talks. Government officials negotiating IPCC Synthesis Report during the morning session The IPCC […]

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  • Disagreement Over Climate-Conflict Link Heats Up

    • Date: 29/10/14
    • John Bohannon, Science Insider

    A debate among scientists over climate change and conflict has turned ugly. At issue is the question of whether the hotter temperatures and chaotic weather produced by climate change are causing higher rates of violence. A new analysis refutes earlier research that found a link, and the two lead researchers are exchanging some pointed remarks. […]

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  • Israeli Ecosystems Appear Too Tough For Climate Change

    • Date: 26/10/14
    • Andrew Tobin, Times of israel

    Climate change may not pose a serious risk to plants in parts of Israel in the coming decades, according to an ecological study based on years of induced drought. The conclusion — the plants are tougher than the changes — runs counter to the current scientific consensus. Semi-arid and Mediterranean ecosystems are thought to be among […]

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  • New Paper Refutes Walrus-Climate Scare

    • Date: 20/10/14
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    London, 20 October: A briefing paper published today by the Global Warming Policy Foundation refutes claims that Arctic walruses are in distress and danger due to global warming. The paper, written by Canadian zoologist Dr Susan Crockford, assesses the recent mass haulouts of walrus females and calves on the beaches of Alaska and Russia bordering the […]

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  • Climate Dialogue: What Will Happen During A New Maunder Minimum?

    • Date: 18/10/14
    • Climate Dialogue

    According to the latest IPCC report, AR5, the influence of the sun on our climate since pre-industrial times, in terms of radiative forcing, is very small compared to the effect of greenhouse gases. According to some more skeptical scientists such a small solar influence is counterintuitive. The Little Ice Age, the period roughly from 1350 to […]

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  • New Doubts Over Climate Change As Study Reveals Overestimated CO2 Forecasts

    • Date: 13/10/14
    • John Ingham, Daily Express

    Climate change forecasts may be overestimates due to a failure to take into account how plants absorb carbon dioxide, scientists warned today. Sceptics say the new study further proves that the science of climate change is far from settled   They said the impact of rising CO2 levels on plant growth has been underestimated by 16 […]

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  • Rainfall And Floods: Observations More Reliable Than Climate Models

    • Date: 10/10/14
    • GWPF

    A new briefing paper from the Global Warming Policy Foundation reviews the scientific literature on rainfall and floods and finds little evidence that there have been significant changes in recent years and little support for claims that they will become worse in future. Despite claims to the contrary, there has been no significant change in […]

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  • New Paper: Global Sea Level Rise Has Greatly Decelerated Since ~2002, Contrary To Predictions

    • Date: 08/10/14
    • The Hockey Schtick

    A new discussion paper published in Ocean Science evaluates multi-mission satellite sea level records and shows that the rate of sea level rise has greatly decelerated since ~2002, as has been documented in prior research finding sea level rise decelerated 31% since 2002, and decelerated 44% since 2004 to less than 7 inches per century. This is obviously the opposite of […]

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