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USDA and Microsoft announces Innovation Challenge for food resilience in the US

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Microsoft Research are sponsoring the Innovation Challenge, a competition to develop data-driven software applications that help visualize and explore how climate change will affect the resiliency of food systems in the United States. Show More Summary

Another “end of snow” prediction

15 years after Professor Viner embarrassed the British Climate Research Unit, Griffith University in Australia has just joined the slowly growing list of academic institutions which have predicted the “end of snow”. According to ABCShow More Summary

Frozen panic

2000: According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the…

Sorry Jeb Bush, It's Not 'Arrogant' To Say Climate Change Is Real. It's True.

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

The following post first appeared on FactCheck.org. Jeb Bush claimed that the science is unclear as to how much humans contribute to global warming. The United Nations climate change research organization, however, has deemed it “extremely...Show More Summary

Climate-Proofing The Western US Power Grid

New research from Arizona State University has raised the issue of climate-proofing the United States’ electricity infrastructure due to possible negative impacts from climate change presently taking place. According to EurekAlert, two...Show More Summary

James Kerian: The Man-Made Global Warming Hoax Is Over

A lot of people thought that the scandal at the University of East Anglia’s Climate Research Unit in 2009 would end the political/academic fundraising schemes that center around the theory that anthropogenic global warming will cause imminent disaster.  It didn’t turn out that way.  AGW was such a perfect narrative for motivating left-wing activists/donors that no...

US West's power grid must be prepared for impacts of climate change

Arizona State University researchers say in coming decades a changing climate will pose challenges to operations of power generation facilities, especially in the Western United States. They recommend what should be done to ensure reliable electricity supplies as the region gets hotter and drier. One suggestion: More use of renewable energy sources.

Claim: US West’s power grid must be prepared for impacts of climate change – but environmentalism might be a bigger threat

From: Arizona State University TEMPE, Arizona — Electricity generation and distribution infrastructure in the Western United States must be “climate-proofed” to diminish the risk of future power shortages, according to research by two Arizona State University engineers. Show More Summary

Methane Leaks: The Opportunity Paris Climate Negotiators Can’t Afford To Miss

When countries meet in Paris for the United Nations climate talks later this year, their representatives will come armed with the best data, research and ideas on how to reach a climate agreement and avert catastrophic climate change. But a new report from Rhodium Group, commissioned by Environmental Defense Fund, shows that countries have so far been […]

Deforestation is messing with our weather -- and our food

Insight into how large-scale deforestation could impact global food production by triggering changes in local climate has been gained by new research. In the study, researchers from the United States and China zero in on albedo (theShow More Summary

Relative Homogeneity of the Medieval Warm Period (MWP) and The Little Ice Age (LIA)

Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball The 2001 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) “Hockey Stick” graph produced solutions for three facts challenging the claims of key IPCC climate scientists at the Climatic Research Unit (CRU). The problems appeared in Figure 7c in the 1990 First Assessment Report (FAR) (Figure 1). The three problems it created…

Beware of Those Climate Polls

Insofar as the prospective candidates for President of the United States pay attention to public opinion research, they should be careful about interpreting the polls on global climate change. They might get the mistaken impression that...Show More Summary

A Complete Field Guide to Climate Change: UNPRECEDENTED

In this critical year for climate, the United States has just obtained a superior information and action tool in UNPRECEDENTED: Can Civilization Survive the CO2 Crisis? David Ray Griffin spent almost three years researching and compiling this excellent summary of climate disruption and what people can do about it. Show More Summary

More snow when warmists predicted less - and none

The warmists predicted: In 2000 Dr David Viner, of Britain’s Climatic Research Unit, claimed that within a few years winter snow would…

New Pew survey shows Americans might finally be getting serious about global warming

Pew Research Center is out with a new survey and, for the first time in years, it actually bodes well for those hoping climate change will finally become a policy priority in the United States. The center asked a nationally representative pool of Americans which policy issues they believe should be a top priority for the […]

Don't Forget Family Farmers in the Battle Against Climate Change at COP 20

This post was co-authored with Harry Palmier, Senior Partnerships Adviser at the Global Forum on Agricultural Research. As nations gather in Lima in December for the 20th Conference of Parties to the United Nations Climate Change Conference...Show More Summary

The global issue of ocean acidification will be represented at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 20th session of the Conference of the Parties (UNFCCC COP20) by world-leading marine research organisations, including PML

The ocean is under pressure from the multiple stressors of acidification, warming and deoxygenation and these issues will be highlighted at this annual international climate change conference, this year being held in Lima, Peru. As well as exhibiting the Hot, Sour and Breathless message, PML scientist and ocean acidification expert Dr Carol Turley will be […]

Paleosol Analysis Shows Tithonian Jurassic PaleoClimate of North America was Very Varied

The climate 150 million years ago of a large swath of the western United States was more complex than previously known, according to new research from Southern Methodist University, Dallas.It's been thought that the climate during the...Show More Summary

How The Bugs In Our Buildings Could Actually Make Us Healthier

University of Oregon researchers Jessica Green and G Z ‘Charlie’ Brown call it the Pickle Box. This former walk-in storage unit for pickles, remodelled into an enclosed climate chamber, is helping scientists understand how people shed their own ‘microbial cloud’ in a built environment. More »      

How the Bugs In Our Buildings Could Actually Make Us Healthier

9 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

University of Oregon researchers Jessica Green and G Z 'Charlie' Brown call it the Pickle Box. This former walk-in storage unit for pickles, remodelled into an enclosed climate chamber, is helping scientists understand how people shed their own 'microbial cloud' in a built environment. Read more...

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