Climate Disaster Confusion

  Guest Essay by Kip Hansen   Since May of 2019,  Christopher Flavelle, has been covering “climate adaptation for The New York Times, focusing on how people, governments and businesses…

100 Years Later: The Flu

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen One hundred years have passed since the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918 swept around the world, circumnavigating at least twice between 1918 and 1920, killing…

Evidence Mounts Against Climate Prediction That Inspired ‘Day After Tomorrow’ Disaster Flick

From The Daily Caller Michael Bastasch | Energy Editor New evidence suggests climate model predictions are way off when it comes to the Gulf Stream. Scientists warned global warming could…

Inverse Hockey-Stick: climate related death risk for an individuals down 99% since 1920

Bjørn Lomborg writes on Facebook about some new and surprising data that turn climate alarmist claims upside down. Fewer and fewer people die from climate-related natural disasters. This is clearly opposite…

New York Times Suggests Global Warming Might Be Worse Than Biblical Plagues

From The Daily Caller Michael Bastasch | Energy Editor 2:48 PM 11/19/2018 | Energy The New York Times suggested future global warming would be worse than the plagues unleashed on…

New paper by Pielke Jr. – weather related disasters are decreasing in costs

This new paper from Dr. Roger Pielke Jr. is likely not going to be popular with the doomer crowd, because it takes the wind out of their sails when it…

Reality check: Global Weather Related Disaster Losses

There’s a belief among alarmists that losses from weather related disasters is on the rise, and this it yet another reason why we have to “take action now”. For example,…

Despite What You’ve Heard, Global Warming Isn’t Making Weather More Extreme

From Investors Business Daily Climate Myths: We keep reading about how the extreme weather of 2017 is the “new normal” thanks to global warming — even if the weather in question is frigid…

Do humans harm the environment?

By Andy May This is the first of seven posts on the potential costs and hazards of human-caused global warming and the impact of humans on the environment in general.…

Weather-related Natural Disasters: Should we be concerned about a reversion to the mean?

by Risk Frontiers July 31, 2017 Professor Roger Pielke Jr (University of Colorado Boulder) Roger is a long-term Research Fellow of Risk Frontiers and recently it was our pleasure to be…