Eye roller study: Should countries honor their climate debts?

Concordia researcher shows which countries are most responsible for the cost of environmental damages from global warming — and the billions of dollars they could be owing. From CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY…

Klotzbach and Gray say hurricane trend fizzling; Meanwhile Fred is fading

So far this year several storms have come to life in the Atlantic, and then fade as wind shear tears them apart. A newly published study by Klotzbach, Gray, and…

New studies promote Arctic cooling fears

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Two new studies have promoted concerns that anthropogenic global warming could cause abrupt cooling in the Northern Hemisphere – the “Day after Tomorrow” scenario. According…

Tuesday tee hee – Desperate Dana by Josh

Josh writes: The Emma Thompson BBC Newsnight interview made it to the Guardian. The writer Dana Nuccitelli (ironically an employee of Tetra Tech who have interests in the Oil and Gas industry) explains that Emma Thompson…

The Pause is driving down the long-term warming trend

Guest essay by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley The long and model-unpredicted Great Pause of 18 years 8 months in global mean lower-troposphere temperature as recorded in the RSS satellite monthly…