Dark Green Money Reveals Vast Self-Dealing Network in Canada’s Climate Change “Leadership” like Green New Deal Proposal says Friends of Science

From PRWEB “Dark Green Money” is a new report by Robert Lyman with a revealing glimpse of the vast self-dealing network of foreign billionaire foundation funding environmental groups’ climate change…

Current fossil fuel infrastructure does not yet commit us to 1.5 °C warming

From Nature Abstract Committed warming describes how much future warming can be expected from historical emissions due to inertia in the climate system. It is usually defined in terms of…

Simplest climate model yet – a bathtub

Climate change: How could artificial photosynthesis contribute to limiting global warming? Scientists calculate areas needed for forestation and artificial photosynthesis After several years during which global emissions at least stagnated,…

Op-ed disguised as a science paper: “Record-breaking ocean temperatures point to trends of global warming”

From the “don’t trust it, it’s from ‘Skeptical Science’ team operative John Abraham who’s a mechanical engineer” department comes this op-ed masquerading as a science paper at the Chinese Academy…

Fake Science: “The Anthropocene Is Coming to Mars”… From Where?

Guest ridiculing of a professor by David Middleton The Anthropocene Is Coming to Mars Humans are about to extend their influence to a second world. By Dirk Schulze-Makuch airspacemag.com January…

CNBC: Houston after Harvey Would have been a Climate Change Financial Disaster – Except that Investors Swarmed the Market

Guest essay by Eric Worrall CNBC thinks banks aren’t taking climate change seriously when making mortgage decisions. The mortgage industry isn’t ready for a foreclosure crisis created by climate change…

Connecticut to make Climate Change a Mandatory School Subject

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Dr. Willie Soon – Connecticut state representative Christine Palm is alarmed that some children in her district choose to spend all their school time…

Researchers led By Georgia State economist find a global tax on carbon may be feasible

From EurekAlert! Georgia State University ATLANTA–There is a consistently high level of public support across nations for a global carbon tax if the tax policy is carefully designed, according to…