How climate change affects Colombia’s coffee production

The researchers analyze climate data from 2007 to 2013 across Colombia’s 521 coffee-producing municipalities and evaluate how temperature and precipitation affect coffee yield. Subsequently, they model anticipated weather conditions from…

Pro Big Government Economist Calls for a Renewable Energy Moonshot

College of London Economist Mariana Mazzucato thinks the entrepreneurial spirit of government employees should be harnessed, to solve big problems like plastics pollution and climate change.

Claim: If 80% of Australians care about climate action, why don’t they vote like it?

Poll after poll suggests a large majority of Australians cares about climate change. Yet in recent federal elections, this hasn’t translated into wins for parties with stronger policy platforms on…

Major Earth Satellite to Track Disasters, Effects of Climate Change

By tracking subtle changes in Earth’s surface, it will spot warning signs of imminent volcanic eruptions, help to monitor groundwater supplies, track the melt rate of ice sheets tied to…

Rethinking Climate, Climate Change, and Their Relationship with Water

New open access paper by Prof. Demetris Koutsoyiannis Abstract We revisit the notion of climate, along with its historical evolution, tracing the origin of the modern concerns about climate. The…

Former Obama-Biden federal scientist Dr. Steve Koonin declares his climate dissent

Excellent interview given by Larry Kudlow.

Humanity survived previous warming cycles

Discovery of the “whys” for previous warming cycles, like what occurred during the Roman and Medieval Warm Periods are unlikely to qualify for government funded research, so the easier route…

Grist: “local weather dynamics don’t always correlate with global warming”

Grist discussing the rise of “climate change” over “global warming”, because the term “global warming” was too confusing for people experiencing cold weather.

Uncomfortable knowledge

Donald Rumsfeld famously opined on the problems of decision-making in the face of “known knowns,” “known unknowns” and “unknown unknowns.” To those three categories Rayner added a fourth, “unknown knowns”…

Attenborough twisted the truth about dying walrus: why believe him on climate change?

In other words, lots of emotional hyperbole from a showman who wants to leave a legacy. This is not the dispassionate science we require to make sensible decisions about the…

Claim: 42,000 Years Ago, the Earth’s Magnetic Field Collapsed and the World Cooled

“Ship of Fools” Captain Chris Turney at UNSW claims to have identified a climate catastrophe 42,000 years ago, caused by a period of solar minima, intense cosmic ray bombardment, and…

The vice that is virtue-signaling

One of the reasons why rabbis and priests have generally, and creditably, stood firm against totalitarianism – often at the cost of their lives – is that those who would…

Claim: Climate change is making extreme cold much less likely, despite the UK plummeting to -23°C

Extreme cold, a heatwave, a deluge, and another cold snap: the succession of different extremes raises questions about climate variability and climate change.

How To Avoid Climate Disaster The Bill Gates Way

Unlike his two previous books, this one is not about software and the digital revolution. Mr. Gates’ new book covers grounds far beyond the author’s background in software engineering and…

Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom

If you read one book on climate change, let it be this one By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley There are many books on climate change, from both sides of the…

Researchers discover a new tool for reconstructing ancient sea ice

In a study published in Nature Communications, the researchers show that an organic molecule often found in high-latitude ocean sediments, known as tetra-unsaturated alkenone (C37:4), is produced by one or…

Dr Fauci, Covid, weather, and climate

Dr Fauci admits there were a lot of unknowns so for the greater good, he recommended actions that were not backed with proof, but instead were designed to create a…

Massachusetts city to post climate change warning stickers at gas stations

The final design of the bright yellow stickers, shared with the Guardian, includes text that warns drivers the burning of gasoline, diesel and ethanol has “major consequences on human health…

The blame game

An essay on how attempting to identify blame for complex societal problems can get in the way of finding solutions to these problems. What the climate ‘blame game’ can learn…

Study: UK Imports 32% of Fruit and Vegetables from “Climate Vulnerable” Countries

A LSE study expresses concern that if the UK keeps importing food from an increasingly diverse range of sources any climate upset could cause prices to rise and availability to…

Tim Flannery on Why Our Generation are Like NAZIs Inspiring a new Wave of Baader-Meinhoff Style Ecoterrorists

Tim Flannery having trouble explaining to his son why the world is about to end from climate change, and expressing understanding for the perpetrators of the eco-terror crimes of the…

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists: In 20-40 Years, Global Warming will Make Louisiana Uninhabitable

According to BullSci, in 20-40 years of unchecked global warming people will need air conditioners at least 18 days per year to survive temperatures in Louisiana.

CNN: Climate Change is Driving Fatal Shark Attacks

According to CNN, Climate Change is making sharks more desperate by destroying the ecosystems which feed them, leading to a surge in fatal shark attacks on humans.

Nature abandons science and embraces uniformitarian totalitarianism

Nature [2020 (586), 335] has now openly and finally abandoned any attempt at either scientific or political objectivity. In a scientifically semi-literate editorial, it writes: “Joe Biden’s trust in truth,…