• What climate science tells us, what it doesn’t & why it matters

    • Date: 18/04/21
    • Holman W. Jenkins, Jr., The Wall Street Journal

    After a stint at the Obama Energy Department, Steven Koonin reclaims the science of a warming planet from the propaganda peddlers. Barack Obama is one of many who have declared an “epistemological crisis,” in which our society is losing its handle on something called truth. Thus an interesting experiment will be his and other Democrats’ […]

    Read more
  • The Climate Blame Game

    • Date: 13/04/21
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    A paper published today shows that attempts to blame extreme weather on human-caused global warming are “overconfident and probably wrong”. The paper, by statistician and philosopher of science Dr William M Briggs, reveals that mainstream attribution science is beset by flaws of reasoning, modelling and data. Dr Briggs points out that most attribution claims are […]

    Read more
  • Climate models overestimate future sea-level rise by up to 25%, new climate model finds

    • Date: 11/04/21
    • Utrecht University, Utrecht University Faculty of Science

    Current climate model simulations overestimate future sea-level rise The melting rate of the Antarctic ice sheet is mainly controlled by the increase of ocean temperatures surrounding Antarctica. Using a new, higher-resolution climate model simulation, scientists from Utrecht University found a much slower ocean temperature increase compared to current simulations with a coarser resolution. Consequently, the […]

    Read more
  • New study ties solar variability to the onset of decadal La Nina events

    • Date: 05/04/21
    • EurekAlert

    A new study shows a correlation between the end of solar cycles and a switch from El Nino to La Nina conditions in the Pacific Ocean, suggesting that solar variability can drive seasonal weather variability on Earth. If the connection outlined in the journal Earth and Space Science holds up, it could significantly improve the predictability of […]

    Read more
  • GWPF welcomes Government plans to reform scientific advisory policy

    • Date: 16/03/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Forum

    London, 16 March: The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has welcomed Government plans to review and reform the role of scientific advice over fears that scientists hold too much power in policy making. According to media reports, Government officials have admitted that they “bowed to” scientists too often, rather than appointing a so-called “red team” […]

    Read more
  • Dancing to the same tune

    • Date: 08/03/21

    Things may not become so hot after all When scientists create simulations of the climate in their supercomputers, two of the most important model characteristics are the climate sensitivity ­– how much warming you get for a doubling of carbon dioxide – and the cloud–aerosol forcing, the cooling influence you get as a result of […]

    Read more
  • Facebook is wrong: Polar bear numbers are rising, not falling

    • Date: 28/02/21
    • GWPF & Gaia Fawkes

    Happy International Polar Bear Day! Polar bears numbers are rising. Why is Facebook denying empirical observations? 2020 was another good year for polar bears Ahead of International Polar Bear Day tomorrow, the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) has published its annual report on polar bear numbers over the last twelve months. The report comes bearing good news, as it […]

    Read more
  • Prophets of Doom & the risks of communicating extreme climate forecasts

    • Date: 26/02/21
    • Carnegie Mellon University

    “It’s like the boy who repeatedly cried wolf. If I observe many successive forecast failures, I may be unwilling to take future forecasts seriously.” For decades, climate change researchers and activists have used dramatic forecasts to attempt to influence public perception of the problem and as a call to action on climate change. These forecasts […]

    Read more
Back to top More articles:


We use cookies to help give you the best experience on our website. By continuing without changing your cookie settings, we assume you agree to this. Please read our privacy policy to find out more.