• Alarmism Cools: Less Than A Third Of Americans Still Worry About Global Warming Says Gallup

    • Date: 26/03/15
    • Jennifer Harper, The Washington Times

    Less than a third of Americans are now concerned about global warming and climate change: 32 percent fret about those environmental factors says the annual Gallup Environmental survey, released Wednesday. Naturally, there’s a partisan divide: 13 percent of Republicans are concerned about global warming and climate problems, compared to 52 percent of Democrats.  The majority of […]

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  • Gallup: US Concern About Climate Change Drops To 1980s Levels

    • Date: 25/03/15
    • Gallup

    PRINCETON, N.J. — Americans’ concern about several major environmental threats has eased after increasing last year. As in the past, Americans express the greatest worry about pollution of drinking water, and the least about global warming or climate change. The results are based on Gallup’s annual Environment survey, conducted March 5-8. Gallup trends on many […]

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  • India In No Rush To Deliver UN Climate Pledge, Says Minister

    • Date: 25/03/15

    India will not be rushed into delivering its contribution to a proposed 2015 global climate change pact, its environment minister has said. Prakash Javadekar told the Times of India he wanted to see what further climate policies developed countries were proposing before making any commitments. “Developed countries need to act and take ambitious targets for 2015-20,” he […]

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  • NASA Study Finds Atlantic ‘Conveyor Belt’ Not Slowing (2010)

    • Date: 23/03/15
    • NASA News

    PASADENA, Calif.– 25 March 2010: New NASA measurements of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, part of the global ocean conveyor belt that helps regulate climate around the North Atlantic, show no significant slowing over the past 15 years. The data suggest the circulation may have even sped up slightly in the recent past.  The findings […]

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  • Understanding the U.S.-China Announcement On Climate Change

    • Date: 18/03/15
    • George David Banks, ACCF Center for Policy Research, March 2015

    In diplomacy, negotiated text and the choice of words matter greatly. Perhaps more important are the words that are absent from any type of declaration or agreement. Last year’s U.S.-China Announcement on Climate Change is rich in what it says and does not say. Interestingly, both sides of the U.S. climate policy debate have framed […]

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  • Obama Confident US Republicans Will Change Climate Policy

    • Date: 17/03/15
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    President Barack Obama is confident that Republicans will be forced to see things his way when it comes to policies aimed at tackling global warming. The president told VICE News he can “guarantee you that the Republican Party will have to change its approach to climate change because voters will insist upon it.” It’s just not the […]

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  • Danish Researchers Debunk Climate Myth: Greenland’s Norse Settlers Adapted To Cold Conditions

    • Date: 17/03/15
    • Christian Wenande, The Copenhagen Post

    Little Ice Age played less of a part than previously believed The Vikings settled in two areas in Greenland three years after discovering it in 982 (photo: Bogdan Biusca) A new comprehensive Danish research project has debunked the myth that Norse settlers were forced to abandon Greenland because of the adverse climate conditions. The research […]

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  • Flashback: James Hansen Predicted New Ice Age By 2021, ‘No Need To Worry About CO2’

    • Date: 12/03/15
    • The Hockey Schtick

    Flashback from the Washington Times, July 9, 1971, a NASA scientist using a “computer program developed by Dr. James Hansen” predicted an ice age would occur within 50-60 years. According to Hansen’s computer model, “they found no need to worry about the carbon dioxide fuel-burning puts in the atmosphere.” Full post

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