• Stanford Professor’s Defamation Lawsuit Puts Chill In Atmosphere Of Climate Scientists

    • Date: 07/12/17
    • Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times

    A Stanford University professor’s defamation lawsuit in defense of his green energy research has raised the temperature on the climate change debate, fueling fears that such a precedent could put a chill on scientific inquiry. Mark Z. Jacobson, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, sued for $10 million after a group of researchers published […]

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  • Global Warming Lower and Slower Than Models Predicted, Says New Study

    • Date: 06/12/17
    • Ron Bailey, Reason Online

    A new study using more than 38 years satellite and weather balloon temperature data hypothesizes that global temperatures are going up more slowly than projected by most climate models. And right on time, these results were challenged by other researchers who defend the scientific climate consensus as embodied in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports. […]

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  • U.S. Justice Department In Talks With Climate Scientists For Climate Court Battle

    • Date: 04/12/17
    • E&E News

    Justice Department lawyers are quietly courting climate scientists for a simmering legal fight that could have massive implications for government global warming policies. In recent months, Department of Justice officials have met with Ken Caldeira, an atmospheric scientist in the Department of Global Ecology at the Carnegie Institution for Science, as well as Judith Curry, […]

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  • Study: Satellites Show No Acceleration In Global Warming For 23 Years

    • Date: 30/11/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    Global warming has not accelerated temperature rise in the bulk atmosphere in more than two decades, according to a new study funded by the Department of Energy. University of Alabama-Huntsville climate scientists John Christy and Richard McNider found that by removing the climate effects of volcanic eruptions early on in the satellite temperature record showed virtually no […]

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  • Heat Waves Blamed On Man-Made Warming, Cold Snaps Blamed On Natural Weather Events

    • Date: 29/11/17
    • The Weather Channel

    Global weather phenomenon La Niña is being blamed for the Arctic blast which has gripped Britain. Several inches of snow have already fallen in Scotland and temperatures have plunged as low as -10C to coincide with the reported development of the La Niña system in the Central and Eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. Some experts believe La […]

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  • Green Madness: Ireland Faces €600 Million Fine For Missing EU Climate Targets

    • Date: 28/11/17
    • The Times

    Ireland’s failure to tackle climate change was laid bare yesterday in a report that showed greenhouse gas emissions had risen by 7 per cent since 2015 despite policies aimed at reducing them. The country is likely to face multimillion-euro fines for failing to meet EU 2020 targets or will have to spend similar amounts buying […]

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  • New Book: Climate Policy Cart Led Climate Science Horse

    • Date: 23/11/17
    • Global Warming Policy Foundation

    New history of global warming science reveals that discovery of man-made influence was a political demand.   London, 23 November 2017. A new book on the origins of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the global warming movement reveals that the 1995 discovery of ‘discernible’ evidence for a man-made influence on climate was a response to […]

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  • No, Trump’s Immigrant Grandfather Wasn’t A ‘Climate Change Refugee’

    • Date: 22/11/17
    • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    Media outlets are using the findings of a new study to make the totally baseless claim that President Donald Trump’s immigrant grandfather was likely a “climate change refugee.” “Prevailing climatic conditions, crop yields and cereal prices were “significant with explanatory power between 22 and 38%” of emigration from southwestern Germany to the U.S. during the […]

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