• New report: Climate “emergency” claims falsified by real world data

    • Date: 04/02/21
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    London, 4 February: The familiar narrative of a climate “emergency” is not supported by a vast body of observational data, according to a new paper published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation. Contrary to popular belief there is little evidence of harmful trends from the impact of global warming. According to the paper’s author, Dr Indur Goklany, […]

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  • Climate extinction theory faces extinction: Woolly mammoths may have lived thousands of years after supposed extinction

    • Date: 19/01/21
    • GWPF & Scientific American

    Scientists have discovered the DNA of some 2,100 kinds of plants and 180 animals — including American horses and woolly mammoths – dating to thousands of years after their supposed extinction. One of the most popular theories for the extinction of the wholly mammoth and other so-called ‘megafauna’ that roamed the wilderness during the Pleistocene is […]

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  • Global disasters: A remarkable story of science and policy success

    • Date: 17/01/21
    • Roger Pielke Jr.

    Believe it or not, disaster trends are moving in a positive direction The Earth is a dangerous and violent place. Volcanoes, tropical cyclones, earthquakes, fires, tornadoes, tsunamis, drought … the list of perils is long and scary. But one of the most remarkable scientific and policy successes of the past century has been our collective […]

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  • Scientists discover Arctic warming of Greenland ice sheet driven by geothermal activity

    • Date: 28/12/20
    • Tohoku University

    Newly discovered Greenland hot rock mantle plume drives thermal activities in the Arctic A team of researchers understands more about the melting of the Greenland ice sheet. They discovered a flow of hot rocks, known as a mantle plume, rising from the core-mantle boundary beneath central Greenland that melts the ice from below. The results […]

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  • Scientists ‘surprised’ that coral reefs survive heat waves and bleaching events

    • Date: 09/12/20
    • Science Magazine

    Researchers have discovered some corals can recover from bleaching even before a heat wave ends, suggesting they have the potential to survive long heat waves. Just a few degrees of heat can “bleach” corals, putting them on a path to starvation and death. Driven by climate change, marine heat waves are becoming one of the […]

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  • Consensus wrong? New sunspot cycle could be one of the strongest on record, new research predicts

    • Date: 08/12/20
    • National Center for Atmospheric Research/University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

    In direct contradiction to the official forecast, a team of scientists led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is predicting that the Sunspot Cycle that started this fall could be one of the strongest since record-keeping began. In a new article published in Solar Physics, the research team predicts that Sunspot Cycle 25 […]

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  • Peter Ridd: It’s the science that’s rotten, not the Great Barrier Reef

    • Date: 07/12/20
    • Peter Ridd, The Australian

    It is remarkable that the world has been convinced that one of its most pristine ecosystems is on its last legs. The science behind this claim is wrong … but no-one wants to remedy the problem. The International Union for Conservation of Nature has released its latest report on the state of the Great Barrier […]

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  • Study reveals IPCC’s worst-case climate scenarios are already off-track

    • Date: 03/12/20
    • University of Colorado at Boulder

    This new research adds to a growing literature that argues that economic growth and energy use are currently over-projected for this century.  Under the worst-case scenarios laid out in the United Nations’ climate change projections, global temperatures could increase as much as 7.2 degrees Fahrenheit (more than 4 degrees Celsius) by 2100, leading to as […]

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