The BBC concedes what The Age still can’t:
Remember, the major effect of global warming is more frequent and more powerful storms: A monster tornado ripped through southern Oklahoma City and the suburb of Moore on Monday afternoon, leaving homes and schools in ruins and fires...Show More Summary
While not everyone can become a full-time climate activist, it is still possible to contribute to the battle against global warming. Researchers from Arizona State University have created an online computer game called Ventus that serves as a repository that
It would be good news if the climate’s sensitivity to carbon pollution were on the low side. No, that wouldn’t save us from catastrophic global warming — 7°F warming or higher — if we stay anywhere near our current emissions path (as I explain here). But a low sensitivity would mean that aggressive action to [...]
Somebody tell Al Gore. Scientists now say the world stopped heating up in 1998. The BBC reported: Scientists say the recent downturn in the rate of global warming will lead to lower temperature rises in the short-term. Since 1998, there … Continue reading ?
The Gray Lady wants the president to hurry up and take executive action to fight global warming, because Congress obviously isn't going to do anything about it.
The New York Times adds its voice to the chorus crying out for action on climate change. The news that atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide, the most important global warming gas, have hit 400 parts per million for the firstShow More Summary
In response to Hillary Clinton Does 'Hard Hitting' Climate Change Interview With Hollywood Actor : You know the global-warming fanatics have hit a low point when they're reduced to asking Benghazi Rodham Clinton and an antique actor to shovel their silly propaganda. Show More Summary
Climate Change. Global Warming. Whatever title you give "it," we don't talk about "it" at dinner parties, not in the same way we discuss things which happen at our child's school, the latest movie or episode of Mad Men or where we're going on vacation this year. Show More Summary
You just have to laugh. Mike, Dana, and some other guy named Rick Piltz, get face-time on Al Jazeera and the best they can do is cite “false balance” and “tobacco disinformation campaigns” to bolster their weak 97% argument? Of … Continue reading ?
The story seems simple enough. First, on Wednesday a study came out that found 97% consensus on human-caused global warming in the peer-reviewed scientific literature. It was by our friends at Skeptical Science, John Cook and Dana Nuccitelli. Show More Summary
Guest essay by Girma Orssengo, PhD 1) IPCC’s 0.2 deg C/decade warming rate gives a change in temperature of dT = 0.6 deg C in 30 years IPCC: “Since IPCC’s first report in 1990, assessed projections have suggested global average … Continue reading ?
The Global Mail’s Bernard Lagan said global warming was drowning Kiribati: The waves are slowly…
Hollywood has been obsessed of late with the end of the world. From alien attacks, to evolved monkeys, to zombies, diseases, global warming, nuclear annihilation, and terrorism, movies have explored basically every possible apocalypse. So...Show More Summary
Like in Groundhog Day, we have to relive the same day over and over again, not to become a better person and get the girl, but to break through the public perception that somehow there's still a scientific debate on global warming.
Emotional Response to Climate Change Influences Whether We Seek or Avoid Further Information May 15, 2013 (Science Daily) “Sixty-two percent of Americans now say they believe that global warming is happening, but 46 percent say they are "very sure" or "extremely sure" that it is not. Show More Summary
According to a study published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, researchers at the University of Bristol state that limiting the amount of global warming could buy some more time for tropical coral reefs. With the help of computer models, the researchers investigated how shallow water tropical coral reef habitats may respond to a change in […]
Fiji's picturesque Natewa Bay must be a hard place to leave, and for none more so than the villagers of Vunidogoloa, who are preparing to abandon their ancestral home in the face of the rising sea. But they have little choice: big waves now overtop a once-protective sea wall, their salt-polluted vegetation is dying. They [...]
A recent study of research papers published from 1991 to 2011 that took a view on human-related climate change found 97% of them were agreement that humans are a factor. The study was published in Environmental Research Letters, Volume 8, Number 2. Show More Summary
Nowadays, television news shows and newspaper and magazine articles that mention global warming rarely resort to outright lies like this grotesque piece of propaganda from Forbes. Instead, you'll likely catch a reportorial "balancing"...Show More Summary