According to the Red Cross, people suffering the combined effects of climate change and conflict need urgent climate aid.
Guest essay by Eric Worrall A climate study published by University of Sunshine Coast social scientists predicts a dramatic decline in rich country GDP and foreign aid, starting in the next decade. Pacific Islands must stop relying on foreign aid to adapt to climate change, because the money won’t last July 31, 2020 12.34pm AEST Patrick…
Climate activist & Meteorologist Eric Holthaus has now joined a long line of climate players now fully admitting that the climate “crisis” or “emergency” is not about the science after all. “The climate emergency isn’t about science, it’s about justice,” Holthaus wrote on July 28, 2020.
2018 Sagan Prize winner, Peter Gleick, has written a review of Michael Shellenberger’s new book, Apocalypse Never and it’s been getting a lot of links from Shellenberger’s critics.
In the brewing Green Civil War, Ms. Thunberg has decided to jump in and fight. Here is Greta’s Facebook post Background from RealClear Energy Like many contemporary social movements—#metoo, Black Lives Matter, the Women’s March—the environmental lobby has tended to create an atmosphere of unanimity. In its struggle to win public and elite opinion, it…
Guest “nothing to add” by David Middleton Michael Schellenberger’s Environmental Progress page has published a very cool slide deck, related to his new book Apocalypse Never. Here are the first five slides: Mr. Schellenberger rocks! Like Bjorn Lomborg, Ted Nordhaus and Scott Tinker, he opens a pathway for constructive dialogue on environmental issues.
The U.S. House “Selects Committee on the Climate Crisis” is a symbolic committee, not a real one. It cannot draft and introduce legislation, which is what House Committees do. It is more of a study group and as such it has produced a study.
VOX author David Roberts is worried we shall never wake up to the need to address the climate crisis, because we will just get used to it.
Former Queensland fire chief Lee Johnson arguing for militarisation of the fire service, to deal with the climate apocalypse. But as the picture accompanying this essay shows, there may be another explanation for bushfire problems in Queensland.
A recent Paleo climate study which demonstrated thriving tropical rainforests in a period when CO2 levels reached 2000ppm (5x today’s level) in the early Eocene has not discouraged UNSW climate scientists from predicting imminent doom.