In the run-up to the annually grand UN climate change summit, this time in Katowice, Poland, we can expect the usual deluge of scary climate stuff.
California wildfires incinerate people, wildlife and habitats. Politicians blame climate change.
By the Friends of Science Society. Take away the speculative technology embedded across scenarios and models and the entire policy architecture of the Paris Agreement and its parent, the UNFCCC, falls to pieces…. Carbon dioxide removal at massive scale is science fiction…
In what may be the grandest case of unintended consequences in history, the chemical hating UN greens have endorsed the creation and use of toxic chemicals and hazardous materials on a truly gigantic scale.
The penguin's platform is all about wind and solar energy which it claims create jobs. Earth the penguin can use a course in economics.
Claims are one thing, and real-world evidence is another. Examine the facts and decide for yourself.
If climate played a role in the demise of the Neanderthals, it was not “change” – because there was no remarkable change that occurred at the time.
Any assertion that global warming is putting our national security at risk is ill-informed and contradicted by clear scientific evidence.
Given that YouTube has foolishly decided to link every skeptical climate change video to this page, the alarmism is a real concern.
There can only be one center or origin, and therefore only one ground zero. Yet global warming alarmists, in their typical over-hyping of thoroughly debunked climate scares, want everyone to believe they personally live at ground zero. The more that alarmists over-hype this phrase, the less credible they become.
Most don’t care, don’t think it affects them much, and don’t believe the hype.
People seem to think that adaptation to climate change is a free good. Some people tout it as a "no regrets" alternative to questionable mitigation efforts such as decarbonization. It is certainly not free and if the projected changes fail to occur it can easily be very bad.
Joe Romm at the renewable energy-funded Center for American Progress published a doozy of a self-delusional article.
This is yet another attempt to intimidate and silence unwelcome voices on campuses.
Thriving plants are a good thing.