• Green Dreams: No Kids, No Cars, No Meat, No Flying!

    • Date: 17/07/17
    • Lorrie Goldtsein, Toronto Sun

    No kids, no cars, no meat, no flying! And even that won’t save you from man-made climate change If Prime Minister Justin Trudeau really wants to save the planet from man-made global warming, he should tell Canadians to stop having kids, don’t drive, don’t fly and don’t eat meat. Those are the four most efficient ways of reducing industrial […]

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  • The Uncertainty Has Settled”, Critical Documentary About Climate, Agriculture & Energy Now Online

    • Date: 15/07/17
    • Marijn Poels

     “This documentary has all the ingredients to become a milestone in the debate on climate change” – is what Science journalist Jan Jakobs wrote after seeing the 90 minutes documentary `The Uncertainty Has Settled`. The multiple award winning film is now available worldwide through online-demand.   After eight years of travelling through conflict and poverty zones, Marijn […]

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  • AP Style Guide Warns Against Legitimising Climate Sceptics

    • Date: 13/07/17
    • Thomas Richard, PoliZette

    In the new edition, the AP Stylebook tells journalists to stop calling climate change skeptics “deniers.” The 2017 Associated Press (AP) yearly style guide is out, and it boasts numerous changes where the wire service again favors liberal biases over impartiality or conservative ideals. This is most telling in areas of abortion, illegal immigrants, terrorism, guns, and climate […]

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  • Turkey Threatens Not To Ratify Paris Climate Accord

    • Date: 11/07/17
    • NDTV News

    HAMBURG: Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened Saturday that his country would not ratify the Paris climate accord, speaking at the end of the G20 summit in Germany. “After that step taken by America, the position that we adopt is in the direction of not passing it in parliament,” Erdogan said at a press conference […]

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  • Climate Astrology: Climate Scientists Now Predict Wet Future For California

    • Date: 09/07/17
    • UPI

    Climate scientists now expect California to experience more rain in the coming decades, contrary to the predictions of previous climate models. University of California, Riverside, 6 July 2017 “Most previous research emphasized uncertainty with regards to future precipitation levels in California, but the overall thought was California would become drier with continued climate change. We […]

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  • G20 Flop: Climate Politics and the English Language

    • Date: 09/07/17
    • The American Interest

    No surprise: the “Final Communiqué” of the (largely irrelevant, purely cosmetic) G20 summit was difficult for the participant countries to agree on. One of the main sticking points? Again, no surprise: climate change. Here’s part of the final language on “Energy and Climate”:

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  • Climate Change Has Been Good For Wildlife, Ecologist Says

    • Date: 07/07/17
    • Jon Austin, Daily Express

    Climate change and human changes to the natural world have had a positive impact on wildlife, a professor has controversially claimed. Human impact on our planet has not been as bad as though according to the book. In his new book, Inheritors of the Earth, ecologist and environmentalist professor Chris Thomas, overturns the accepted story […]

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  • Global Temperatures Drop Back To Pre-El Nino Levels

    • Date: 04/07/17
    • Roy Spencer blog

    Lowest global temperature anomaly in last 2 years (since July, 2015) The Version 6.0 global average lower tropospheric temperature (LT) anomaly for June, 2017 was +0.21 deg. C, down from the May, 2017 value of +0.44 deg. C (click for full size version): Global area-averaged lower tropospheric temperature anomalies (departures from 30-year calendar monthly means, […]

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