Image Credit: Met Office Hadley Centre By Just The Facts, Werner Brozek and Walter Dnes The Met Office Hadley Centre and the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia, have adjusted/corrected/updated their HadCRUT4 & CRUTEM4 data sets, the … Continue reading ?
Holland v. Information Commissioner & University of East Anglia, First Tier Tribunal, 29 April 2013 - read judgment In 2009 someone hacked into e-mails belonging to the Climate Research Unit at UEA and leaked them widely. Climate change sceptics whooped with delight because they thought that the e-mails showed attempts to suppress or gerrymander climate [...]
The United States has failed to take action to mitigate climate change thanks in part to the large number of religious Americans who believe the world has a set expiration date. Research by David C. Barker of the University of Pittsburgh and David H. Show More Summary
One of the chief scientists behind the famous "hockey stick" graph, Michael Mann is among the most influential climate researchers in the United States. He's also, perhaps, the most regularly attacked. It started with swipes at the hockey stick—the graph seemed to show global warming so unequivocally that skeptics made it their number one target. Show More Summary
Moniz hinted in his Tuesday confirmation hearing that the United States spends too little on energy research -- a statement The Washington Post examined in depth.
Maybe the greatest victory of all we climate sceptical bloggers have won in the aftermath of Climategate is this: we have established that "authority" – be it the Royal Society or NASA Giss or the Climatic Research Unit or the Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change – does not have a monopoly on "truth." Of course, [...]
Guest post by Dr. Tim Ball It is important for the person who leaked the emails from the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) in November 2009 and 2010 to reveal themselves and release the remaining 200,000 emails. The public are increasingly … Continue reading ?
E2 Wire: About one-third of people in the United States say action on climate change is "essential" in 2013, according to a USA TODAY/Pew Research Center poll released Thursday. Thirty-four percent of people in the poll called taking action on climate change “essential this year." Thirty-nine percent said climate change...
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Throughout 2012, the United States was battered by severe weather events such as hurricanes and droughts that affected both pocketbooks and livelihoods. Research suggests that in the coming years, U.S. five-day forecasts will show greater numbers of extreme weather events, a trend linked to human-driven climate change. read more
Biologists have found that butterflies show signs of being affected by climate change in a way similar to plants and bees, but not birds, in the Northeast United States. The researchers focused on Massachusetts butterfly flight periods,...Show More Summary
New research on trees in the continental United States has found that new spring leaves might start to bud up to 17 days earlier in the coming century then they did prior to the current anthropogenic climate change. The research is behind...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (January 11, 2013) – The United States Global Change Research Program today released its draft National Climate Assessment, just days after the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration affirmed that 2012 was the hottest year ever in the continental United States. Show More Summary
Guest post by David Archibald The world’s most eminent climatologist was Professor Hubert Lamb, who founded the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia. Professor Lamb was guided by the principle that if a climatologist is to project … Continue reading ?
From extreme drought to super storms, many wonder what the future holds for the climate of the eastern United States. A study conducted by researchers at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, does away with the guessing. Results show...Show More Summary
This research brief was originally published at NASA. Scientists using NASA satellite data and climate models have projected drier conditions likely will cause increased fire activity across the United States in coming decades. Other findings about U.S. wildfires, including their amount of carbon emissions and how the length and strength of fire seasons are expected [...]
WELLINGTON, Nov. 13 (Xinhua) — Government scientists from New Zealand and the United States have agreed to expand cooperation in their study of global climate and environment changes. The U.S National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and New Zealand’s National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) had signed a letter of intent to expand [...]
The structure and processes of United Nations climate negotiations are "antiquated", unfair and obstruct attempts to reach agreements, according to research published today. The findings come ahead of the 18th UN Climate Change Summit, which starts in Doha on November 26. read more
Here's a consistent trend - just before the annual United Nations Climate Conference convenes, climate researchers take the opportunity to publish their more alarming findings. On November 26, the 18th Confererence of the Parties (COP-18) o the U.N. Show More Summary
International trade is a very important aspect of the world’s economy in the globalized business climate of today. Less than one percent of all United States businesses export and according to research, the main reason for not exporting is the lack of confidence in selecting the best market for U.S. Show More Summary
The United Nations committee on world food security has issued an alarming new report on the impact of global warming: we may have to stop eating potatoes and get used to bananas instead. Based on research by the CGIAR agricultural partnership,...Show More Summary