• Whatever Happened To Sea-Level Rise?

    • Date: 12/07/18
    • Andrew Montford, GWPF

    Close watchers of the climate scene will probably be familiar with the work of Kench et al., who put a big spanner in the works of the climate alarm community, by demonstrating that coral atolls, far from disappearing beneath the waves, had been getting bigger over the last few decades. Now, a new paper in […]

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  • White House Reviewing EPA Proposal To Repeal Obama’s CO2 Regulations

    • Date: 11/07/18
    • Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sent its proposal to repeal the Obama administration’s global warming regulation on power plants to the White House for review. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) received EPA’s proposal to repeal the Clean Power Plan (CPP) on Wednesday, according to the office’s website. A repeal is expected to be finalized […]

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  • Climate Change Will Have To Get A Whole Lot Worse Before Governments Take Decisive Action, New Study

    • Date: 06/07/18
    • Roger Highfield, Wired

    A new mathematical model suggests the global environment has to deteriorate in a dramatic way – hurricanes becoming more intense, more droughts and heatwaves – before our eyes before governments take decisive action against climate change. It’s going to get a lot worse before it gets any better. According to new research published in Nature, humanity will […]

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  • Arizona Appellate Court Orders Hockey Stick Emails To Be Released

    • Date: 03/07/18
    • Free Market Environmental Law Clinic, PLLC (FME Law)

    Arizona appellate court decides Hockey Stick emails must be released despite the university’s appeal. Press Release from FME Law July 3, 2018 One thousand seven hundred and sixty-three days ago, on behalf of its client, the Free Market Environmental Law Clinic, PLLC (FME Law) asked the University of Arizona to hand over public records that […]

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  • Have Scientists Solved The “Gaia Puzzle” Of Earth’s Stable Climate?

    • Date: 03/07/18
    • University of Exeter

    Scientists may have solved a long-standing puzzle over why conditions on Earth have remained stable enough for life to evolve over billions of years. The ‘Gaia’ hypothesis proposed that living things interacting with inorganic processes somehow keep the planet in a state where life can persist – despite threats such as a brightening sun, volcanoes […]

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  • The Progress Paradox: As Global Lives Improve, People Get More Concerned

    • Date: 01/07/18
    • Harvard University

    As demonstrated in a series of new studies, researchers show that as the prevalence of a problem is reduced, humans are naturally inclined to redefine the problem itself. The result is that as a problem becomes smaller, people’s conceptualizations of that problem become larger, which can lead them to miss the fact that they’ve solved […]

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  • The Sun Allergy Of Climate Researchers

    • Date: 29/06/18
    • Ulli Kulke, Achse des Guten

    Even if the influence of the sun on climate change in recent decades has receded somewhat into the background, there are a number of researchers who are investigating the fluctuating effect of our central star on our Earth’s atmosphere, thus also on climate change – and who have produced surprising results in the process. Henrik […]

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  • ‘EU’s Absurd Crusade To Recycle Plastic Just Makes Ocean Pollution Worse’

    • Date: 28/06/18
    • Daily Express

    The European Union’s crusade to recycle plastic is making pollution of the world’s oceans worse, a climate think tank warned yesterday. Wealthy Western countries including the UK ship millions of tons of plastic waste to poorer countries for recycling every year. But because environmental controls in these countries are weaker, much of the plastic ends […]

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