Inconvenient finding: Melting sea ice may lead to more life in the sea

From the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN DENMARK and the “I can hear sea ice fanatic heads exploding already” department comes this bit of good news. Melting sea ice may lead to more life in the sea When spring arrives in the Arctic, both snow and sea ice melt, forming melt ponds on the surface of the sea…

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“Energy Department climate office bans use of phrase ‘climate change’”

Guest post by David Middleton A supervisor at the Energy Department’s international climate office told staff this week not to use the phrases “climate change,” “emissions reduction” or “Paris Agreement” in written memos, briefings or other written communication, sources have told POLITICO. Employees of DOE’s Office of International Climate and Clean Energy learned of the…

Climate craziness of the week: Apparently, crime DOES pay when it comes to carbon footprints

From the “Who freaking cares about the carbon footprint of criminals?” department comes this inane study that only a fully invested warmist could give a rats posterior about. With statements like this: “to ignore these carbon emissions risks crime prevention strategies being unsustainable.” one wonders if the author of the study really understands that the…

What NPR Misses About Energy Jobs In America

Guest post by David Middleton In 2008, candidate Barack Obama ran an ad with this opening line: “The hands that built this nation can build a new economy. The hands that harvest crops can also harvest the wind.” And then it showed men working on roofs: “The hands that install roofs can also install solar…

China: USA is “Selfish” for Wanting to Burn Coal

Guest essay by Eric Worrall China, the world’s largest emitter of greenhouse gasses, has just called the USA “selfish” for wanting to remain economically competitive. Trump must be urged to save climate deal Source:Global Times Published: 2017/3/30 0:13:40 Last Updated: 2017/3/30 7:14:23 … Leaders from China and the US reached an agreement on climate change…