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Good economic decisions require good data. And to get good data, we must account for all relevant variables. But we're not doing this when it comes to climate change and that means we're making decisions based on a flawed picture of future risks.
A shale gas drilling rig near Blackpool. 'Campaigners are sincere in their belief, and probably right, that the world has to end its addiction to carbon-based fossil fuels. A future stable climate depends on it.' Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty
Committee about the national security implications of energy and climate issues. He's not a lobbyist, he insisted, just an expert and a concerned citizen. "I don't see this is a partisan issue...Whether it's partisan, the problem is a political one,
A new study has revealed that a natural cooling fluctuation between 1998 and 2013 largely masked the warming effects of a continued increase in man-made emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases.
Climate alarmists sometimes like to claim skeptical scientists don't exist, but they do, and one meteorologist had a lot to say on the subject. In an interview with the MRC's Business and Media Institute, well-known meteorologist Joe Bastardi
London, United Kingdom, moments ago There was an interesting global warming conference held at heartlands institute in las Vegas recently. Here 64 speakers from 12 different countries spoke about "climate alarmism" and the real facts about so called
Study was done by the UK Department for Energy and Climate Change It looked at the electricity use of 250 families across the UK over a year Results may be skewed by fact that elderly are more frugal with electricity Published: 10:16 EST, 15 July
A split image of staghorn coral off on of the Marshall Islands...Photograph: Alamy Ministers and diplomats from countries responsible for 80% of the world's Co2 pollution were gathered around a table in Paris on Friday and Saturday to discuss the
One academic reviewer said that a section should not be published because it would lead to unnecessary confusion in the climate science community...Vladimir Semenov, a climate scientist at the Geomar institute in Kiel, Germany, said the questions he
Despite the 2012 announcement that July 2012 was the hottest month on record, meteorologist Anthony Watts noticed that the government secretly backtracked on the data. July 2012 was the hottest month on record (in the continental U.S.) with a