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.
USAID still pushes climate alarmism over energy, jobs, health and prosperity for poor countries. First of three parts.
YouTube labeling of climate debate videos with a fact that no one disputes scientifically is pointless.
Most don’t care, don’t think it affects them much, and don’t believe the hype.
Suicides may be more frequent in the summer, but death rates in general are much higher in the winter. Somehow, USA Today and the other media outlets forgot to mention that.
“Global warming and solutions thereto must be addressed by the two other branches of government,” Keenan wrote.
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.
When only a third of peer-reviewed studies reach the same results when they are replicated by outside authors, this is a serious problem.
Five "multilateral development banks," along with the European Investment Bank and Islamic Development Bank, released a joint report on what they call “climate finance” – which last year jumped a whopping 30% – to a staggering $34 billion dollars! How does this impact getting energy to the poor?
Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and July heat are all part of the American experience, and global warming did not cause any of them.
A collection of Russian anti-energy memes from the congressional report on Russian - Green collusion.
Politifact justified its ruling that EPA is telling a half-falsehood in stating emissions are down under President Trump by stating emissions – under the booming Trump economy – are not falling quite as quickly as they did under the stagnant Obama economy. The fact is U.S. emissions continued to decline -- just as EPA reported.
Thriving plants are a good thing.
The “Climate Matters” program was backed by two NSF grants totalling more than $4 million.