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Debunking The 97% Climate Consensus Myth Touted By Activists, Media

CCD Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpted chapter from Lynne Balzer’s new book, The Green New Deal and Climate Change: What You Need to Know, available from Amazon in paperback and Kindle. MYTH: A 97% consensus [agreement] of scientists say…

Why Solar Geoengineering May Be Our Only Hope To Reverse Global Warming – Forbes

Last Wednesday night, as I watched the climate discussions with each of the Democratic Party candidates on CNN’s Presidential Climate Town Hall, I kept asking, “Why is only Andrew Yang talking about solar geoengineering?” True, he is the most tech-savvy…

Are We Overestimating How Much Trees Will Help Fight Climate Change?

Bob Marra navigated his way to the back of a dusty barn in Hamden, Connecticut, belonging to the state’s Agricultural Experiment Station.  There, past piles of empty beehives, on a wall of metal shelves, were stacks of wooden disks —…

How global warming will impact oceans in the future – Down To Earth Magazine

Besides affecting flora and fauna, the human-induced global warming is also changing the nature of our oceans. Oceans absorb excess carbon and heat from the atmosphere and thus slow down the rise of global temperatures. Now, researchers at Princeton University…

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How global warming will impact oceans in the future

Besides affecting flora and fauna, the human-induced global warming is also changing the nature of our oceans. Oceans absorb excess carbon and heat from the atmosphere and thus slow down the rise of global temperatures. Now, researchers at Princeton University…

‘Deplorable Propaganda’: Petition Against Climate Alarmism Goes Global

A petition being submitted by hundreds of independent climate scientists and professionals from numerous countries to heads of the European Council, Commission and Parliament declares, “There is No Climate Emergency.” Briefly summarized, the request for consideration conveys five urgent messages:…

Forest Study Shows How Plants Adapt To Rising Carbon Dioxide

Studies of the world’s tropical forests have pinpointed how much water plants put back into the atmosphere compared to how much carbon they take up, with lower rainfall linked to increased efficiency. By studying how efficiently plants use water, researchers…

Commentary: Our world is getting hotter, faster – CNA

MELBOURNE: New reconstructions of Earth’s temperature over the past 2,000 years, published this month in Nature Geoscience, highlight the astonishing rate of the recent widespread warming of our planet. We also now have a clearer picture of decade-to-decade temperature variations,…

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African smoke is fertilizing Amazon rainforest and oceans

A new study found that smoke from fires in Africa may be the most important source of a key nutrient — phosphorus — that acts as a fertilizer in the Amazon rainforest, Tropical Atlantic and Southern oceans.