Researchers solve the century-old mystery of Blood Falls

From the UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA FAIRBANKS, and the “at least they didn’t blame climate change” department: A research team led by the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Colorado College has…

Nuclear Power Subsidies Threaten Wind and Solar Power… Proof That Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction

Guest post by David Middleton The push to save U.S. nuclear plants for the sake of fighting climate change is threatening support for the bread and butter of clean power:…

Study: India won't be able to meet Paris Climate Agreement commitments due to expanding coal power plants

India’s coal plant plans conflict with climate commitments Proposed plants could jeopardize target of avoiding 1.5 degrees Celsius of mean global warming AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION WASHINGTON, DC — India will…

Föhn winds: New insight into what weakens Antarctic ice shelves

New research describes for the first time the role that warm, dry winds (katabatic winds) play in influencing the behaviour of Antarctic ice shelves. Presenting this week at a European…

Former Obama Official: Bureaucrats Manipulate Climate Stats To Influence Policy

by Chris White A former member of the Obama administration claims Washington D.C. often uses “misleading” news releases about climate data to influence public opinion. Former Energy Department Undersecretary Steven…

British Government Pledges Venezuelan Style Electricity Price Caps

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t John – Faced with mounting voter anger over green policy driven electricity price rises, a precarious, under-resourced energy grid, and with a national election…

World Bank President: Lets Invest US $40 TRILLION in Renewables

Guest essay by Eric Worrall World Bank president Jim Yong Kim claims that investors who currently hold $40 Trillion worth of government bonds and other low yield investments would be…

On Earth Day, shots fired at building housing leading climate skeptic scientists

Via email from Dr. Roy Spencer:   Shots fired at Christy/Spencer building FYI, apparently sometime after a March for Science went past our building at UAH, 7 shots were fired…

Robust relationship between solar wind speed and North Atlantic Oscillation discovered

Interdisciplinary studies reveal relationship between solar activity and climate change INSTITUTE OF ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS, CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES The solar flux is considered the fundamental energy source of earth’s climate…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #267

Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project THIS WEEK: By Ken Haapala, President Joint Petition to Reconsider: Although not discussed in prior TWTWs, SEPP joined…

Watch Tropical Storm Arlene be 'eaten' by weather system

There were high hopes last week from alarmists the the first Atlantic tropical storm of 2017 – Arlene, which formed 40 days before the official start of Hurricane season on…

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Elected Science Deniers Are a Threat to Democracy

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Neil deGrasse Tyson has claimed that the refusal of the Trump administration to bow to every scientific demand presented to politicians is a threat to…

Manipulated IPCC Science supported by Manipulated Appeals to Authority

Guest opinion: Dr. Tim Ball The story of how Maurice Strong and the Club of Rome set up the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), the United Nations Framework Convention on…

Sea ice off Newfoundland thickest ever yet another polar bear comes ashore

By Dr. Susan Crockford: Amid reports that ice conditions between Newfoundland and southern Labrador are the worst in living memory, another polar bear was reported ashore in the area —…

The Meaning and Utility of Averages as it Applies to Climate

Guest essay by Clyde Spencer 2017 Introduction I recently had a guest editorial published here on the topic of data error and precision. If you missed it, I suggest that…

Claim: Genocide in War-torn Cesspits is Because of Climate Change

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Despite decades of militia atrocities, religious lunacy, terrorism, kidnapping of aid workers, attacking schools, kidnap and murder of educated people, and export of terror attacks…

Craziest activist photos from the #marchforscience #sciencemarchdc

Their true colors shine brightly: This Earth Day, April 22, Earth Day Network and the March for Science are co-organizing a rally and teach-in on the National Mall in Washington,…

Happy Earth Mirth Day

Today is Earth Day, and there will be assorted celebrations with “feelings” all over mother Gaia. Most notably is the March for (or against, depending on your viewpoint) Science. Josh…

Why I decided not to take Kenji to the DC 'March for Science'

From the refund is due to his supporters department… Back on January 30th I posted this: Help send Kenji to the “Scientists March on Washington” event! From the “all’s fair…

Commentary: A 'Red Team/Blue Team' Exercise Would Strengthen Climate Science

Put the ‘consensus’ to a test, and improve public understanding, through an open, adversarial process. By Steven Koonin (originally published in the Wall Street Journal, sent to WUWT by the…

First tropical storm of the season arrives 40 days early

The first tropical storm of the Atlantic Ocean hurricane season formed 40 days before the official kick off of the season. Tropical Storm Arlene formed in the North Central Atlantic…

I Love Neil deGrasse Tyson, but He is Wrong on Climate

My response to Neil deGrasse Tyson about denial of science. Guest essay by Donna Hedley I love Neil deGrasse Tyson. He has done so much to make science interesting and…

The Conversation: Business Schools Should Focus on Sustainability, Not Profit

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to Professor Landrum of Chicago’s Loyola University, Business Schools are spending too much effort teaching students how to run a profitable business. US business…

“Our Common Future” Revisited–how did the roadmap for the green juggernaut fare over 30 years?

By Neil Lock Thirty years ago, in April 1987, a new United Nations report was published. It came from the recently established World Commission on Environment and Development, and its…