Climate change is creating toxic crops and poisoning some of world’s poorest people, scientists warn

It’s always worse than we thought. This article from the The UK Independent paints a stark gloomy picture of food crops adapting to Climate Change about one step below the Day of the Triffids. Popular food crops including maize and beans respond to extreme conditions by releasing dangerous chemicals Climate change threatens to poison the…

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Top 12 Debunked Climate Scares of 2018

Reposted from The GWPF January 2018:  Worst-case global warming scenarios not credible: Study PARIS (AFP) – Earth’s surface will almost certainly not warm up four or five degrees Celsius by 2100, according to a study released Wednesday (Jan 17) which, if correct, voids worst-case UN climate change predictions. A revised calculation of how greenhouse gases…

Environmental Groups Claim Coal Killed 7,600 People in Europe in 2016… Can’t Name Any of the Victims.

Guest commentary by David Middleton Groups target Europe’s coal companies over harmful emissions   By FRANK JORDANS | November 20, 2018 BERLIN (AP) — Environmental groups claimed Tuesday that 10 utility companies are responsible for the majority of premature deaths caused by emissions from coal-fired power plants in Europe. In a report on the health…

Trump Derangement Syndrome Pushes 'Doomsday Clock' Back to 1953!

Guest [censored] by David Middleton Armageddon Update: ‘Doomsday Clock’ Stands at 2 Minutes to Midnight By Mindy Weisberger, Senior Writer | January 25, 2018 Updated at 11:52 a.m. The “Doomsday Clock,” a hypothetical timepiece that measures humanity’s proximity to destruction by our own actions, hovers perilously close to midnight, the time that denotes global Armageddon.…

Risk to Europe's most dangerous pathogens revealed

From Eurekalert Public Release: 2-Aug-2017 University of Liverpool The impact of climate change on the emergence and spread of infectious diseases could be greater than previously thought, according to new research by the University of Liverpool. The study, published in Scientific Reports, is the first large-scale assessment of how climate affects bacterium, viruses or other…