• How the media was misled about the UN’s disaster report

    • Date: 21/10/20
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    The Centre  for  Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters  (CRED) should withdraw its false claims and admit that the UN disaster report is fatally flawed. You will all recall the latest UN report, which claimed there had been a massive rise in “reported disasters” in the last two decades, compared to the previous two. The […]

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  • Roman Warm Period was 2°C warmer than today, new study finds

    • Date: 19/10/20
    • G. Margaritelli et al. (2020), Nature Scientific Reports, June 2020

    New research finds that the Roman Warm Period was the warmest period of the last 2 kyr, about 2 °C warmer than today. Abstract – Reconstruction of last millennia Sea Surface Temperature (SST) evolution is challenging due to the difficulty retrieving good resolution marine records and to the several uncertainties in the available proxy tools. In […]

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  • Claims Of Dramatic Loss Of Great Barrier Reef Corals Are False


    • Date: 15/10/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    Corals expert hits out at media reports   Claims that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has lost half of its coral cover between 1995 and 2017 have received global media coverage. The stories were based on a new paper co-authored by controversial Australian researcher, Professor Terry Hughes of James Cook University. But according to Professor Peter Ridd, a leading […]

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  • New UN Climate Row: Alarming Report Contradicts Its Own Data

    • Date: 14/10/20
    • Edwin Timmer, De Telegraaf

    Amsterdam: The United Nations has become caught up in a new climate row over a recent UN report which claims to show an increase in climate disasters – but which seems to be contradicted by its own data. The row was triggered by the new report on “Human Cost of Disasters”. The report announced a “staggering rise in climate-related disasters […]

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  • UN Disasters Report Is A Huge Blunder And Embarrassment

    • Date: 12/10/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    GWPF calls for fatally flawed UN report to be withdrawn A new United Nations report on The Human Cost of Disasters has been described as “an embarrassment” and “a catalogue of errors” after it emerged its headline claim of a “staggering rise in climate-related disasters” was refuted by its own data. Within hours of its publication by the UN […]

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  • Experts can’t see anything ‘unusual about current rate or magnitude’ of climate change

    • Date: 11/10/20
    • Sky News

    Biologist Jennifer Marohasy says natural disasters such as Australia’s recent bushfires are not caused by land getting hotter or drier it’s because “we’ve changed how we manage the landscape”. Ms Marohasy is the editor of ‘Climate Change: The Facts 2020’ which details the facts around climate change by dissecting the major myths propagated by climate […]

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  • La Niña Is Here: What Will It Do To Global Temperatures?

    • Date: 01/10/20
    • GWPF & NOAA

    After nearly three years of El Niño conditions La Niña has arrived. As equatorial sea surface temperatures (SSTs) across the east central and eastern Pacific Ocean continue to cool, what will be the affect La Niña will have on global temperatures this year? September 2020: La Niña is here La Niña conditions were present in August, […]

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  • Snowmelt Reveals Remains Of Medieval Warm Period Penguins

    • Date: 29/09/20
    • GWPF & Geological Society of America

    Antarctic research has discovered abandoned colonies of Adélie penguins which date from three warm periods starting at around 5000 B.P. and terminating by ca. 800 B.P., coinciding with the end of the Medieval Warm Period. Researcher Steven Emslie also discovered what appears to be fresh remains of Adelie penguins, mostly of chicks. However, whether these […]

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