The Guardian: Only “Radical” Climate Action Will Save Us from a Bleak Future of Watching Game of Thrones Reruns

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The coffee machine is running hot in Guardian Climate HQ. The heat is on over the climate crisis. Only radical measures will work Gaia VinceSun 19 May 2019 01.00 AEST Drowned cities; stagnant seas; intolerable heatwaves; entire nations uninhabitable… and more than 11 billion humans. A four-degree-warmer world is the stuff…

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Climate Alarmism – UP TO ELEVEN!!!

I be followin’ Willis on The Twitter yo.~ctm What's that you say? Polls reveal that people still haven't been fooled into thinking that carbon dioxide will kill us all? TURN THE ALARMISM UP TO ELEVEN!!! w.https://t.co/CAEu7xo63M — Willis Eschenbach (@WEschenbach) May 20, 2019

Warming Temperature Measurements Polluted by Bad Data, Research Confirms

By H. Sterling Burnett For years, I have written about the poor quality control exercised by government entities promoting the theory human fossil fuel use is causing dangerous climate change. When federal agencies in the United States, such as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), university researchers, and weather agencies abroad, aren’t outright manipulating…

Ending Obama EPA climate deception

Let’s finally review Endangerment Finding used to justify trillions in climate and energy costs Paul Driessen In December 2009, the Obama Environmental Protection Agency issued its Endangerment Finding (EF) – decreeing that carbon dioxide (CO2) and other “greenhouse gases” (GHGs) endanger the health and welfare of Americans. In the process, EPA ignored the incredible economic,…

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #360

The Week That Was: 2019-05-18 (May 18, 2019) Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project   Quote of the Week: “For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations, for Nature cannot be fooled.” – Richard Feynman to NASA after the Challenger explosion. Number of the Week: 415.26…

How plants are working hard for the planet

Since the beginning of the industrial era, photosynthesis has increased in nearly constant proportion to the rise in atmospheric CO2 James Cook University As the planet warms, plants are working to slow the effect of human-caused climate change – and research published today in Trends in Plant Science has assessed how plants are responding to…