U.S. flood risk is basically a wash thanks to changing weather patterns

Flood threats changing across US University of Iowa study finds flood risk growing in the North, declining in the South The risk of flooding in the United States is changing regionally, and the reasons could be shifting rainfall patterns and the amount of water in the ground. In a new study, University of Iowa engineers…

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Friday Funny @Algore 'Climate Reality Project' – too stupid to know the difference between CO2 and water vapor

People send me stuff. Today I got a “please send money” solicitation from multi-millionaire climate crusader Al Gore, who reportedly has increased his net worth north of $200 million since losing his Presidential bid in 2000. You’d think with all that cash at his disposal, he could hire a proofreader before he starts making pitches…

Are Public Positions on Climate Change Changing?

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen This is a follow-on to Bob Tisdale’s recent piece on Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources’ changes to its Great Lakes climate change statement. If you read his article and didn’t click through to the original article by Lee Bergquist in the Wisconsin Journal Sentinal, you might have missed how significant…