The Climate Hustle Movie Packs ‘em in

Craig Rucker of CFACT writes: Thank you to everyone who went to the movies Monday night and saw Climate Hustle. Together, we had a huge success. We have only anecdotal evidence…

Mimicking the ingenuity of nature with artificial photosynthesis to create fuels

From the UNIVERSITY OF WÜRZBURG Nature shows how to do it: Photosynthesis is a process used by plants to create energy-rich organic compounds, usually in the form of carbohydrates, and…

Trends in the Revised Sunspot Number Dataset

Guest essay by Jim Goodridge, former California State Climatologist Hidden in the sunspot numbers are long-term trends. See the graph below. Orbiting observatories since 1978 show solar irradiance and sunspot number…

Thriving reef system discovered in the most unlikely of places: the dirty mouth of the Amazon river

Reef system with 10,000 km2 found at the Amazon River mouth Researchers mapped a reef system in the most unlikely area of the Brazilian coast; River plume affects sunlight, pH,…

FAIL: CO2 Emissions Increasing In EU, Despite €1 Trillion In Green Subsidies

Cost Of Germany’s “Energiewende” To Soar To €31 Billion This Year Alone Eurostat estimates that in 2015 carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from fossil fuel combustion increased by 0.7% in the…

Plant Food Fight – McIntyre and Betts over CO2 fertilization and IPCC report

It seems Dr. Richard Betts has penned a guest post for the tabloid climatology website known as “Carbon Brief” titled Understanding CO2 fertilisation and climate change. This looks to be a…

Sea Trials

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Before you take a new boat to sea, you do a “sea trial” to make sure everything is working. Today was the day for the…

Washington Times notices DeSmogBlog's Climate "Disinformation Database"

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Washington Times columnist Richard Rahn has noticed his name has been included in DeSmogBlog’s Global Warming “Disinformation Database” – and he’s not happy about it.…