The “Climate Matters” program was backed by two NSF grants totalling more than $4 million.
Global warming activists and their media allies have been pushing a narrative this week that global warming is producing a corn crisis, but record-high crop yields show the corn scare is just another example of fake news.
In an interview with NBC News reporters, Landsea said he is concerned when hurricanes are used “as a poster child” for global warming.
This particularly hurts Sub-Saharan Africa, where only a small fraction of the people has access to electricity.
Loss and damage is diplomatic code for the idea that the developed countries, especially America, should pay the developing countries for the bad things that they attribute to climate change. This includes pretty much all bad weather, plus the supposed effects of sea level rise, and who knows what else.
Nikki Haley says that’s not gonna happen.
CNN claimed the pace of rising atmospheric carbon dioxide emissions has become alarming. A look at the objective data, however, reveals just the opposite.
The media have uncritically reported on a paper by climate alarmists claiming a climate barrier east of the Rockies has moved 140 miles east due to global warming. A look at objective data, however, reveals no such shift.
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If Lewis and Curry are right, and the warming effect of CO2 is only 50–70% of what the “consensus” has said, cuts in CO2 emissions need not be as drastic as previously thought.
“The group has deep ties to the legal activists and wealthy donors who are executing a coordinated and well-funded campaign against the energy industry. These connections raise a number of unanswered questions; and as the litigation continues, it’s likely that there will be even more sunlight on EarthRights International.”
The standard definition of a hoax is a deliberate deception that is intended to fool a lot of people.
Boulderites want the courts to force ExxonMobil and Suncor to pay treble damages for causing too much snow and thus floods in some years, too little snow and thus droughts and poor ski conditions in other years; multiple heat waves in some years, bitter cold in others.
A look at the facts, however, shows no such thing.
A lot of teachers want to question climate change alarmism and they need good material to help them do it.