• Global Warming Hiatus Was Real, Chinese Study Finds

    • Date: 23/09/20
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    A new analysis of global air temperature by researchers from Tongji University in Shanghai has cast light on the much debated recent hiatus in global temperature. Writing in the Journal of Earth Science the Chinese scientists say there was a rapid rise in global mean surface air temperature after the late 1970s but that this […]

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  • Fact Check: Atlantic Hurricane Season 2020

    • Date: 19/09/20
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    While the season has not quite ended yet, it seems unlikely that the total number of Atlantic hurricanes will be unusually high, while the number of major hurricanes looks like being relatively low. There has been a load of nonsense written about how busy this year’s Atlantic hurricane season has been, with Greek letters having […]

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  • New Report: Official US Climate Data Reveals No Cause For Alarm

    • Date: 18/09/20
    • Press Release, Global Warming Policy Foundation

    A new paper published today by the Global Warming Policy Foundation shows that U.S. climate has been changing very gradually, and mostly in a benign way. The paper, by British climate writer Paul Homewood, examines official US weather sources and finds almost nothing to justify alarm. “The temperature has risen a little”, says Homewood, “but temperature extremes […]

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  • Solar Cycle 25 To Repeat Low Cycle 24, Scientists Predict

    • Date: 16/09/20
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor

    What a continuation of low solar activity would mean for global warming is something that will take a long time to judge. The Sun has an interesting role in the debate about natural influences on global warming. Most climate scientists say its small change in radiance during its 11-year solar cycle – about one per […]

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  • Satellite Observations Reveal Decreasing Trend in Global Wildfires

    • Date: 16/09/20
    • GWPF

    While wildfires in the Western U.S. continue to rage, satellite observations over the last 20 years have revealed a decreasing trend in global wildfires. What’s going on? As strong winds and hot air continue to propel wildfires across the Western U.S. states of California, Oregon and Washington state, politicians, activists and researchers quarrel violently about […]

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  • Fact-Check: David Attenborough Is Wrong About Polar Bear Extinction

    • Date: 14/09/20
    • Susan Crockford, Polar Bear Science

    In a new book and Netflix film, Sir David Attenborough again presents false information about future polar bear survival and walrus deaths. An excerpt from Attenborough’s forthcoming book (A Life On Our Planet) has been published in the Daily Mail (12 September), called “End of the polar bear by the 2030s, another major pandemic in the 2080s… and […]

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  • Are UK Heatwaves Getting Worse?

    • Date: 11/09/20
    • Press Release, The Global Warming Policy Forum

    A new factsheet published by The Global Warming Policy Forum reviews the current state of research on heatwaves in the UK and finds inconsistent trends. There is significant regional variation in heatwave trends, with the South East of England experiencing fewer long heatwaves, but slightly more short heatwaves. In some parts of the country, but […]

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  • World’s Largest Corn Harvest In History Expected

    • Date: 01/09/20
    • World Grain News

    The largest corn harvest in history is among the reasons the International Grains Council (IGC) is forecasting record total grains production in 2020-21. According to the IGC’s Grain Market Review, released Aug. 27, total global grains production will reach 2.230 billion tonnes this marketing year, up 50 million tonnes from the July forecast and 9% […]

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