EU Approves Climate Friendly Mealworms

Climate activists vegans rejoice; soon you will be able to legally supplement your greens, nuts and lentils with delicious insect protein.

May/Middleton: Rebuttal to Geological Society of London Scientific Statement on Climate Change

Guest essay by David Middleton and Andy May The Geological Society of London recently published a statement on climate change: Geological Society of London Scientific Statement: what the geological record…

New analysis highlights importance of groundwater discharge into oceans

“It’s really hard to characterize groundwater discharge, so it has been a source of uncertainty in the modeling of global cycles,” said first author Kimberley Mayfield, who led the study…

Climate Hero Bill Gates Bids to Purchase the World’s Largest Private Jet Operator

Climate Hero Bill Gates has been accused of hypocrisy, after details emerged of him engaging in a bidding war to purchase the world’s largest private jet operator Signature Aviation.

Inconvenient Truth: Climate-related death risk down 99.6% over 100 years

New data shows the global climate-related death risk has dropped by over 99% since 1920. Despite the near constant caterwauling from climate alarmists that we are in a “climate emergency”,…

Mechanical Tree Researcher Seeks Taxpayer Climate Funding

Why bother with natural trees when you can build mechanical trees to remove CO2 from the air?

Nuclear Fusion: The Great Clean Energy Hope?

The last few weeks has seen a crescendo of nuclear fusion clean energy hype, as proponents pitch for a share of Biden’s promised climate cash giveaway. But practical nuclear fusion,…

Greta Thunberg: “we are not listening to climate scientists”

According to Greta Thunberg we listened to scientific advice about Covid-19, but for some reason we are ignoring advice from climate scientists and biodiversity specialists.

A New Year’s Look At WUWT

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Today, as the result of a series of wrong turns and bad choices, I ended up at the Wikipedia entry for Watts Up With That.…

Claim: A groggy climate giant: subsea permafrost is still waking up after 12,000 years

In the far north, the swelling Arctic Ocean inundated vast swaths of coastal tundra and steppe ecosystems. Though the ocean water was only a few degrees above freezing, it started…