JAMA Calls for Papers of Climate Change Harm

News Brief by Kip Hansen   JAMA Network Open,  an online open-access journal of the American Medical Association,  has published  “Climate Change and Health —  Call for Papers” from authors  Drs. Frederick P. Rivara and Stephan D. Fihn, Editor and Deputy Editor of JAMA Network Open.  It is a good thing that they have published…

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Public Radio: Things Ill-Considered

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen   Public Radio is the United States’ sort-of-analog of the United Kingdom’s BBC.  While there is a National Public Radio,  the various stations in the network are independently owned, usually by public bodies like universities — and subscribe to content from NPR and other content producers such as American Public…

WMO Secretary-General Warns Against Climate ‘Doomsters and Extremists’

A bit of refreshing news, via The GWPF: London, 6 September: The General-Secretary of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) says that the alarmist narrative on climate change has gone off the rails and criticised the news media for provoking unjustified anxiety. Speaking to Finland’s financial newspaper Talouselämä (“The Journal”) on 6 September 2019, Petteri Taalas called for cooler…

CNN Vs. What the Science Says

Fact-checking a CNN story By Dave Burton, reposted from Sea Level Info CNN announces details for climate crisis town hall   By Mark Preston, CNN     Corrections in red by Dave Burton, sealevel.info Updated 4:07 PM ET, Tue August 27, 2019 Washington (CNN) CNN on Tuesday announced the candidate lineup for its unprecedented prime-time event focused on…

Climate Catastrophe News Cabal Ramps Up

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen The Columbia Journalism Review,  “The voice of journalism”, has been organizing and promoting “a project co-founded by CJR and The Nation aimed at strengthening the media’s focus on the climate crisis.”  This effort is called “Covering Climate Now”. I have covered this [propaganda] campaign before here at WUWT in an…

‘Climate Emergency’? Dems won’t allow presidential climate debate

From Gizmodo: DNC Votes 222-137 Against Allowing Candidates to Participate in Climate Debate Democratic National Committee delegates in San Francisco voted against allowing candidates to participate in a primary debate focused on climate change, per the Mercury News, in a contentious 222-137 vote that comes amid ongoing devastation in the Amazon rainforest and growing evidence that scientists have…