• Nat. Geographic Admits They Were Wrong About Notorious Starving Polar Bear-Climate Claims

    • Date: 30/07/18
    • Fox News

    The narrative behind the viral photo of a polar bear starving, reportedly thanks to climate change, has been called into question by the National Geographic photographer who took it in the first place. In an article for the August issue of National Geographic titled “Starving-Polar-Bear Photographer Recalls What Went Wrong,” Cristina Mittermeier talks about the intended message […]

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  • Royal Society Paper: Global Wildfires Are Declining

    • Date: 25/07/18
    • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society

    “Global area burned appears to have overall declined over past decades, and there is increasing evidence that there is less fire in the global landscape today than centuries ago.” Global trends in wildfire and its impacts: perceptions versus realities in a changing world Wildfire has been an important process affecting the Earth’s surface and atmosphere […]

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  • Climate Change Makes Spiders Bigger—And That’s a Good Thing

    • Date: 24/07/18
    • Theresa Machemer, National Geographic

    High temperatures make arctic wolf spiders ditch their favorite food, indirectly helping the environment.   Amanda Koltz, an Arctic ecologist at Washington University in St. Louis, studies not only how a warming climate affects predator-prey relations, but also how changes in those relationships influence the broader ecosystem. “I really felt like the animal element was […]

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  • Ignore The ‘Anthropocene’ Hype: We’re Still Living In The Late Holocene

    • Date: 22/07/18
    • Jamie Jessop, Climate Scepticism

    The climate change convinced dared to dream a dream: that human beings, single-handedly, uniquely, in the 4.2 billion year geological history of planet Earth, had, some time within the last few hundred years, initiated a new geological epoch they dubbed the Anthropocene. They have lovingly nurtured their dream for nearly two decades now, eagerly anticipating […]

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  • Steven Pinker’s ‘Enlightenment Now’ Is Mostly Right

    • Date: 15/07/18
    • Christian Alejandro Gonzalez, National Review

    Capitalism has created great advances, but the consequences of secularization are yet to be seen. The high priest of secular humanism has much to teach us. Steven Pinker is a rare type of public intellectual, capable of writing prolifically without sacrificing an iota of scholarly rigor. Meticulously researched, closely argued, and elegantly written, his books are […]

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  • 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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