Green Crisis: Shell Wooing Millennials with Pop Stars

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Guardian author Graham Readfearn is worried green Millennials will fall for a bunch of big oil PR tricks. Hey millennials, don’t fall for Shell’s pop star PR Graham Readfearn Shell is lining up superstars to sing in videos about solar panels, hydrogen cars, clean cooking stoves and lights powered by…

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Maldives Government: Where's Our Climate Cash?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Maldives Environment Minister Thoriq Ibrahim has warned that unless the Maldives gets its climate cash before 2020, the 1.5C global warming limit will be breached. We need bold action before 2020 to hold global warming below 1.5C Published on 26/04/2018, 9:00am If rich countries fail to live up to their…

Suzuki Climate Theater at the University of Alberta Sparks Outrage

Outrage over University of Alberta Honorary Degree to David Suzuki Expands into Calls for Investigation into Rigged Climate Change Policy says Friends of Science The University of Alberta recently announced it would confer an honorary degree on Dr. David Suzuki, sparking an outrage amongst out-of-work oil sands professionals whose industry faces pipeline blockades by anti-oil…

The 60-year oscillation revisited

Guest Post by Javier It is a well-known feature of climate change that since 1850 multiple climate datasets present a ~ 60-year oscillation. I recently wrote about it in the 7th chapter of my Nature Unbound series. This oscillation is present in the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO), Arctic Oscillation (AO), North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), Pacific…

Eco-Imperialism in North America and the World

Guest opinion: Dr. Tim Ball A few years ago, I was invited to appear before Congress on the global warming issue. It was at the height of the anthropogenic global warming (AGW) hysteria and the political games were hitting their stride. While in Washington, I was invited to make a couple of presentations, one at…