Study: Geoengineering, other technologies won’t solve climate woes

Solutions such as geoengineering will not make enough of a difference. By Steinar Brandslet The countries of the world still need to cut their carbon dioxide emissions to reach the…

Josh livetoons the 2018 Lindzen lecture – which demolishes climate claims

Our intrepid cartoonist, Josh was at the GWPF sponsored Richard Lindzen lecture, and has this to contribute. If you have not read it yet, WUWT carried it a couple of…

The High Cost Of Weather

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I saw a few headlines today that got me to thinking. One said: THIRD-STRONGEST HURRICANE AT LANDFALL IN RECORDED U.S. HISTORY The second said: HURRICANE…

UPDATE – BOMBSHELL: audit of global warming data finds it riddled with errors

I’m bringing this back to the top for discussion, mainly because Steven Mosher was being a cad in comments, wailing about “not checking”, claiming McLean’s PhD thesis was “toast”, while at…

BBC – The World’s Top Climate Scientists, who are they? (Answer: activists)

Dennis Ambler writes: The BBC is referring to the authors of the IPCC Special Report on the impacts of 1.5 deg C of warming over pre-industrial, as the World’s Top…

IPCC SR1.5 Carbon Tax Math

Guest seriousness by David Middleton Over the past few days, I’ve posted a couple of articles by Michael Bastasch of the Daily Caller on the IPCC’s demands for a $240/gal…

Australia’s Absurd Coal Exporting Climate Change Hypocrisy

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Australian ABC, a wholly government owned broadcaster, has advocated stronger measures so Australia can meet the IPCC climate deadline – but they also suggest…

McIntyre: ‘a reductio ad absurdum of tree ring chronologies as useful temperature proxies’

Steve McIntyre has a look at the “revised” PAGES2K temperature proxy dataset that includes tree rings and river sediments. He finds the usual ridiculous problems from the past, such as…