• Climate Conflict Climbdown

    • Date: 03/05/18
    • Paul Matthews, Climate Scepticsim

    One of the many questionable claims made by climate catastrophists is that climate change causes conflict. But now the Conversation, normally at the forefront of climate alarmism and exaggeration, has published not just one but two articles acknowledging that there really isn’t a link. See, for example, this report in the Independent, this one from Scientific American or these two articles from the […]

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  • Polar Bear Numbers, Margins Of Error, & Consequences For Conservation Status

    • Date: 02/05/18
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    Large margins of error in polar bear population estimates means the conservation status threshold of a 30% decline (real or predicted) used by the US Endangered Species Act and the IUCN Red List is probably not valid for this species. Several recent subpopulation estimates have shown an increase between one estimate and another of greater […]

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  • Rising Levels Of ‘Frustration’ At UN Climate Stalemate Over Paris Agreement

    • Date: 01/05/18
    • Matt McGrath, BBC News

    Old divisions between rich and poor over money and ambition are again threatening to limit progress in UN climate negotiations. Developing countries say they are “frustrated” with the lack of leadership from the developed world. Discussions between negotiators from nearly 200 countries have resumed in Germany, aiming to flesh out the rules on the Paris […]

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  • The Science Of Climate Change Causing Wars Is Pure Speculation

    • Date: 29/04/18
    • Albert Parker, Watts Up With That

    There have been many recent claims that “climate change” was the reason for conflicts, with also the war in Syria explained by the anthropogenic carbon dioxide emission. However, this is not settled science, as this claim is wrong. There have been, and there are, conflicts for other very well-known reasons. The causes of wars are […]

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  • As Old Divisions Return, Can UN Climate Meeting Bring Paris Agreement To Life?

    • Date: 28/04/18
    • AFP

    Front-line negotiators from more than 190 nations will gather for climate talks in Bonn on Monday. They face a daunting task: bring the 2015 Paris Agreement to life. The rift between rich and developing countries that stymied climate talks for more than two decades before the 2015 accord put all nations on the same page has […]

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  • Did You Know the Greatest Two-Year Global Cooling Event This Century Just Took Place?

    • Date: 26/04/18
    • Aaron Brown, Real Clear Markets

    Would it surprise you to learn the greatest global two-year cooling event of the last century just occurred? From February 2016 to February 2018 (the latest month available) global average temperatures dropped 0.56°C. You have to go back to 1982-84 for the next biggest two-year drop, 0.47°C—also during the global warming era. All the data […]

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  • Climate Change Not The Key Driver Of Human Conflict And Displacement In East Africa

    • Date: 25/04/18
    • University College London

    Over the last 50 years climate change has not been the key driver of the human displacement or conflict in East Africa, rather it is politics and poverty, according to new research by UCL. Human displacement refers to the total number of forcibly displaced people, and includes internally displaced people — the largest group represented […]

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  • Climate Euphoria, Climate Hysteria: Insights from the German Political-Media Complex

    • Date: 23/04/18

    An interview with Dr Philipp Lengsfeld (CDU)   Dr. Philipp Lengsfeld is a member of the Christian Democratic Party (CDU), and a former member of the German Bundestag. As a member of the committee for research and education he was the CDU/CSU MP responsible for the Office of Technology Assessment at the German Bundestag. As […]

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