California Governor: President Trump is the “Enemy of the People” Because Climate Change

Guest essay by Eric Worrall California Governor Jerry Brown has declared President Trump is the enemy of the people, because of President Trump’s insistence that people be allowed to choose affordable energy over green energy – though some greens have criticised Brown for not doing enough. Jerry Brown Is the Face of America’s Climate-Change Resistance…

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2017: Wind Power Surpassed Coal in Texas… Kind of, sort of

Guest contextualizing by David Middleton Everyone knows that Texas leads the US in wind power capacity… And probably leads most other countries too.  In 2017, installed wind power capacity in Texas exceeded that of coal… BFD. Wind Power Capacity Has Surpassed Coal in Texas Scientists at UT predict that by 2019, the state will get…

Out with the Anthropocene – in with the Meghalayan

WUWT readers may recall that climate activists wanted the current epoch we live in to be named the “Anthropocene”, because they believe humans are the dominate force on the planet. The official organization that decides such things, The International Commission on Stratigraphy, would have none of it, and nixed the naming recently. Now, here’s a summary…

The New York City Climate Museum… Really?

Guest ridicule by David Middleton Signs of climate change pop up in New York — really By Erin Blakemore September 9 A trip to a New York park may offer an emblematic view of the Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor, or a relaxing glimpse of green foliage. But these days, those scenes may be partially…

Sea Surface Temperatures ahead of Hurricane Florence

August 2018 Hurricane Region Sea Surface Temperatures, in Advance of the Peak Hurricane Month and Florence Making Landfall, Assuming She Does Guest essay by Bob Tisdale September is upon us, and September is the peak month for hurricane activity in the North Atlantic. (See the NOAA Hurricane Climatology graph via Wikipedia.)  So, to check the temperature conditions leading…