Claim: Bumblebees decimated by climate change – but ignores recent pesticide study

From Florida State University and the “correlation is not causation unless we want to blame climate change” department. A stinging report: FSU research shows climate change a major threat to bumble bees Research from a team of FSU scientists helps explain link between climate change and declining bumble bee populations TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — New research…

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China's New State Climate Change Religion

Guest essay by Eric Worrall China has stepped up its efforts to promote sham green narratives, while simultaneously waging a brutal crackdown against Christianity and other faiths. China Pushes Electric Vehicles and Makes Producing Fossil Fuel Vehicles Tougher Chinese carmakers have been issued new standards by the government as part of a plan to reduce…

Climate models overheat

Guest essay by Michel de Rougemont Without questioning the observed global warming or the emissions to the atmosphere of infrared-absorbing gases, three central issues remain without properly quantified responses, without which no other climate policy than that of a gradual adaptation can be justified: the sensitivity of the climate to human contributions, the disadvantages and…

​What natural disasters should teach us

Hurricanes, landslides and other disasters show Africans why we need fossil fuels Steven Lyazi I express my deepest sympathies to the people in the Caribbean and United States who have been impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. The loss of life was tragic but has thankfully been much lower than in many previous storms.…

Claim: Climate Change will Make Roads Rougher

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to a study by Arizona State University, global warming will accelerate deterioration of roads because the original asphalt won’t cope with the anticipated rapid temperature rise. Study Says Climate Change Could Lead to Rougher Roads By Don Jergler | September 28, 2017 … A study by professors at Arizona…

More than 100 schools sign on to teach health risks of climate change

From Eurekalert A growing movement in higher education responds to a shortage of health professionals and researchers trained in climate change and health Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health The Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education (GCCHE) today announced that, since its launch earlier this year, 125 health professions schools and programs around the…