'Behind the scenes' of the new IPCC report with Stanford scientists

Via the Stanford University press room: Stanford’s Chris Field has spent five years leading a large team of international scientists as they prepared a major United Nations report on the…

Finding a common ground – a conversation with Dr. James Hansen on nuclear power

Dr. James Hansen’s reply to my question about Nuclear Power Guest essay by Eric Worrall A a few years ago, Anthony Watts posted a link “The Middle Ground where AGW…

Despite IPCC doom report, this dataset of datasets shows no warming this millennium

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley HadCRUT4, the last of the five monthly global datasets to report its February value, shows the same sharp drop in global temperature over the month…

Josh on the cloud of uncertainty, er, certainty over the IPCC WG II report

Now that the IPCC WG II report has been released, you can expect a full round of wailing and gnashing of teeth, because they are quite certain the world is…

An attorney asks: Are Climate Skeptics Legally Liable for Criminal Negligence?

Guest essay by Roger E. Sowell, Esq. reposted with permission from Sowell’s Law Blog In the past month, several articles appeared calling for the jailing of those who provide financial…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup

The Week That Was: 2014-03-29 (March 29, 2014) Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project Quote of the Week: Any body of scientists that adopts…

2014 Bloggies awards and "Climate Duplicitist of the Year", the award goes to…

We report the winners of the 2014 Bloggies awards and “Climate Duplicitist of the Year”. Readers may recall the voting earlier on both contests, and now the results are in.…

The IPCC WGII report is out – now the screaming begins anew

Links to documents follow. Not so much fanfare now, since leaks pretty much revealed earlier that it’s alarmism on steroids. The always dependably worrisome Seth Borenstein, AP’s science reporter, sums…

Father of the 'Gaia hypothesis' James Lovelock: environmentalism has become a religion

From the Guardian, where I find it surprising they actually printed it: Scientist behind the Gaia hypothesis says environment movement does not pay enough attention to facts and he was…

A timed for IPCC report claim: Meeting climate targets may require reducing meat and dairy consumption

From the Chalmers University of Technology Greenhouse gas emissions from food production may threaten the UN climate target of limiting global warming to 2 degrees Celsius, according to research at…

HATE WEEK on the Climate Certainty Channel™

Apparently, being uncertain about climate certainty is a crime worth jail time What a week this has been. In preparation for the release of the IPCC Working Group II report,…

Before you read the upcoming IPCC report, note this

The Working Group II IPCC report from the big shindig in Japan this week will be making headlines shortly, but take those headlines with a grain of salt. Richard Tol…

When Did Anthropogenic Global Warming Begin?

By WUWT Regular “Just The Facts”: Note: This article builds upon a previous article, When Did Global Warming Begin?, which offers highly recommended background for this article. There appears to…

For 'Earth Hour' tonight, turn on your lights to celebrate the elevation of the human condition from darkness

(Update: see the trend graph I found on Earth Hour popularity below.) Otherwise, we celebrate living in North Korea: The Earth Hour stunt wants people to turn off their lights…

Lewandowsky co-author Mike Marriott, serial climate goof, strikes again

UPDATE 3/30/14 There is a dispute over a quotation made at  The Australian Independent Media Network between Mike Marriott and the author of a blog post that included a quote…

Sea Water Level, Fresh Water Tilted

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Among the recent efforts to explain away the effects of the ongoing “pause” in temperature rise, there’s an interesting paper by Dr. Anny Cazenave et…

Lewandowsky's UWA cohorts answer on data access is essentially 'no, and hell no'

UWA Vice-Chancellor Refuses Lewandowsky Data Steve McIntyre writes: Over the past 15 months, I’ve made repeated requests to the University of Western Australia for a complete copy of Lewandowsky’s Hoax data…

IPCC admission from new report: 'no evidence climate change has led to even a single species becoming extinct'

In 2007, the IPCC predicted that rising global temperatures would kill off many species. But in its new report, part of which will be presented next Monday, the UN climate…

Latest admission from NSIDC on forecasting sea ice extent is a far cry from 'Arctic death spriral'

Remember the famous claims about the ‘Arctic death spiral‘? It seems their language is a bit more realistically moderated now that they’ve blown a couple of forecasts. Seasonal Arctic summer…

Now even Australia's ABC is asking questions about the new IPCC report and why Dr. Richard Tol asked his name to be removed from it

h/t to WUWT reader Pat. We are witnessing the crumbling of the consensus mindset. Stern looked like a deer in headlights. Nicholas Stern is challenged by ABC’s Tony Jones on…

Matt Ridley's new article in the WSJ – a dose of pragmatism about revelations from the new IPCC report

This will be a top sticky post for a day, new stories will appear below this one. Climate Forecast: Muting the Alarm Even while it exaggerates the amount of warming,…

Watch the snowy and cold winter in the USA as time-lapse

A new time-lapse animation of data from NOAA’s GOES-East satellite provides a good picture of why the U.S. East Coast experienced a snowier than normal winter. The new animation shows…

More fun with 'Coloring Reality' and University of Maine's CLIMATE REANALYZER™

Earlier, we talked about how NOAA NCDC made February look warmer by choosing some nice pastel colors for “below normal” temperature in the USA. Now, WUWT regular Chris Beal points…

Climate Alarm

By Paul C. “Chip” Knappenberger In its new report on the risks from human-caused climate change, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) sets climate science back rather…