• Prince Charles ‘Wrong’ On Climate Link To Syria War

    • Date: 08/09/17
    • Ben Webster, The Times

    Scientists have accused the Prince of Wales of exaggerating the link between climate change and the civil war in Syria. A new study found no evidence for the widely publicised theory that climate change was a factor in causing the war, in which more than 300,000 people have died and 11 million have been forced […]

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  • Benny Peiser: Climate Realism – A Lukewarm Approach to Global Warming

    • Date: 05/09/17
    • University of Birmingham

    Birmingham Energy Institute Seminar — Wednesday 27 September 2017   17:00-18:00 University of Birmingham, Lecture Theatre G35, Chemical Engineering Building  (Y11 on campus map [PDF]) There are many scientific agreements and disagreements in climate science. While there is general agreement about the modern global warming trend (since 1850), scientific controversies increase as climate research moves further back […]

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  • Blaming The Weather: The Moral Danger Of The Securitization Of Climate Change

    • Date: 05/09/17
    • Marloes van Loon, Leiden University

    “The complexity of war is diminished to one dimension, exonerating moral responsibility from the agents of conflict and the international community from solving the conflict and dealing with its consequences.”   Marloes van Loon MA Thesis International Relations International Studies, Leiden University Sheikh Ghazi Rashad Hrimis touches dried earth in the parched region of Raqqa […]

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  • BBC Peddle Fake Claims About Indian Monsoon

    • Date: 03/09/17
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    Just when you thought the BBC could not get any worse. Standing in for Victoria Derbyshire on her current affairs programme yesterday morning, Matthew Price ran a report on the heavy floods this summer in Nepal and Bangladesh. After telling us this had been one of the heaviest monsoons on record, he went on to […]

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  • U.S. Set To Abolish Role Of Climate Envoy

    • Date: 30/08/17
    • CNN

    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has outlined plans to eliminate or outsource at least 30 special envoy roles at the US State Department, including the role of US special envoy for climate change. The plans, which will cut around half of the current envoy posts in the Department, were set out in a letter […]

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  • Most Of The Recent Warming Could Be Natural

    • Date: 22/08/17
    • Jennifer Marohasy

    The science is far from settled. In reality, some of the data is ‘problematic’, the underlying physical mechanisms are complex and poorly understood, the literature voluminous, and new alternative techniques can give very different answers to those derived from General Circulation Models and remodelled proxy-temperature series. After deconstructing 2,000-year old proxy-temperature series back to their […]

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  • Trump Administration Just Disbanded Federal Advisory Committee On Climate Change

    • Date: 20/08/17
    • The Washington Post

    The Trump administration has decided to disband the federal advisory panel for the National Climate Assessment, a group aimed at helping policymakers and private-sector officials incorporate the government’s climate analysis into long-term planning. The charter for the 15-person Advisory Committee for the Sustained National Climate Assessment — which includes academics as well as local officials and corporate representatives […]

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  • What Do We Know About Arctic Sea ice Trends?

    • Date: 17/08/17
    • Dr. Ronan Connolly & Dr. Michael Connolly, Climate Etc.

    Satellite observations indicate that the average Arctic sea ice extent has generally decreased since the start of the satellite records in October 1978. Is this period long enough to assess whether the current sea level trend is unusual, and to what extent the decline is caused by humans? This change in Arctic climate is often […]

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