Here’s Why Climate Alarmists Are Ignoring All-Time Record Crop Production in India

So media stories of a warming climate endangering global food security are absurd. Real-world data reveal that the modern climate has been a boon to crops.

Drying and Warming of Our Earth: Part 1

From Jim Steele Video from Jim Steele, describes how enlightened land management can make landscapes more resilient to drying and heatwaves. It reports the most recent research showing heatwaves are…

NASA at Your Table: Where Food Meets Methane

In addition to the human sources, methane is also produced in natural settings. The greatest natural source of methane is wetlands, which contribute 30% of global methane emissions. Other natural sources…

Facing Dry Year, CA State Water Board is Draining California Reservoirs

“Are we having a dry year? Yes,” Diener says. “That is normal for us. Should we be having water shortages in the start of our second dry year? No. Our…

Miniature root vegetables and dandelion leaves ‘to replace potatoes and lettuce because of climate change’

The idea that potatoes need a perfect climate is nonsensical. They are grown in a wide variety of climates around the world, hot and cold, dry and wet:

Leading Astrophysicist & Geoscientist talks facts about Agriculture and “Climate Change”

Have you ever wanted those golden nuggets of facts to combat the claims that your livestock, farming, timbering, or other Ag-related practices are causing things like “global warming,” unprecedented wildfires,…

Claim: New research: nitrous oxide emissions 300 times more powerful than CO₂ are jeopardising Earth’s future

Agriculture is the main cause of the increasing concentrations, and is likely to remain so this century. N₂O emissions from agriculture and industry can be reduced, and we must take…

Reducing Cows´ Methane Emissions

That’s why we’re working to change our cows’ diet and help fight climate change.

Damaging impacts of warming moderated by migration of rainfed crops

Continued migration, however, may result in significant environmental costs Colorado State University Many studies seek to estimate the adverse effects of climate change on crops, but most research assumes that…

Want to know what climate change will do in your back yard? There’s a dataset for that

The 7-terabyte dataset, the largest of its kind, helps envision climate-change scenarios at scales as small as 1 kilometer; a new review validates and describes the dataset International Center for…

Protestor Diets

Politicized veganism

Do we really have to tolerate local, state, national or UN officials telling us what we may eat? Guest post by Duggan Flanakin, The average American ate some 220 pounds…

Farmers bring central Dublin to a halt with tractor protest

Farmers feeling pain and frustration head to Dublin to protest.~cr From Reuters Padraic Halpin DUBLIN (Reuters) – Farmers shut down busy parts of central Dublin for a second successive day…

Bill Nye’s Latest Climate Warning: The US Will Have To Grow Its Food In Canada

From The Daily Caller Michael Bastasch | Energy Editor Bill Nye “the Science Guy” has another global warming prediction — Americans will have to grow their food in Canada if…

Inequality promotes deforestation in Latin America

What can’t you show with models?~ctm From EurekAlert! University of Bern Tropical deforestation is a major contributor to climate change and loss of local and global ecosystem functions. Latin America…

World’s soils have lost 133 billion tonnes of carbon since the dawn of agriculture, study estimates

From The Independent Amount of carbon released from the Earth is about the same as released by deforestation Ian Johnston Environment Correspondent @montaukian Tuesday 29 August 2017 19:25 BST The…

NOAA’s Climate.gov Says Natural Wetlands, Tropical Agriculture Responsible For Methane Increases, Not Oil and Gas

From Western Wire by Michael Sandoval July 18, 2017 “Agricultural and wetland emissions” from the planet’s tropical areas, not oil and gas activities in the United States, are more than…

The Sky is Falling Friday Part 4: Climate change to deplete some US water basins used for irrigation

Public Release: 12-Jul-2017 By 2050, the Southwest will produce significantly less cotton and forage, researchers report Massachusetts Institute of Technology A new study by MIT climate scientists, economists, and agriculture…

Corn up 7% worldwide, Paul Ehrlich of course sees agricultural collapse

While the alarmists wail over 400PPM of CO2, and push doom and gloom crop failure scenarios, in the real world where people risk money and livelihood, the news is far,…

Memo to Doubters—I was Tempted to say “Deniers”—CO2 is Plant Food!

Guest post by Indur M. Goklany This illustration from a recent article in Science magazine shows that CO2 is plant food.  It is based on both empirical data and model…

Bizarre: Farm workers threatened at gunpoint for 'causing global warming' by harvesting crops.

Every time I think I’ve seen the craziest thing yet about global warming mania…along comes something else. From the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific blog, comes this bizarre…

USGS models ‘Climate-change-induced aridity’ in California

More climate modeling from a  non-climate organization, I hope they still track Earthquakes. News Release Climate Change and Water Supply in California’s Central Valley: A Model Approach SAN DIEGO, Calif.…

Borlaug 2.0 ?

From McGill University A plan to improve crop yields instead of shutting down industrial society as some potential eco terrorists want to do. Norman Borlaug made huge advances in agriculture.…

Potential Agricultural Impact of the Eddy Minimum

Guest post by David Archibald I will be giving a lecture in Washington in early June on my way through to the Bahamas. Following are the slides that pertain to…