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The Farcical Climate ‘Fact-Checkers’ Who Don’t Actually Check Facts

Last week, an organization called Climate Feedback attempted what it claimed was a fact check of an article James Delingpole had written about a report we at the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) had published a few days earlier. The report was about the impacts of…

Tool that more efficiently analyzes ocean color data will become part of NASA program

(Stevens Institute of Technology) Researchers at Stevens Institute of Technology have developed a new machine learning-powered platform, known as OC-SMART, that can process ocean color in satellite images 10 times faster than the world’s leading platform. The work, which will be adopted by NASA, is one of the first machine learning-based platforms in ocean color analysis that can process both coastal and open ocean regions globally to reveal data on sea health and the impact of climate change.

The Myth (And Fake Math) Of ‘Green’ Jobs

“Fool me once,” Stephen King wrote, “shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me three times, shame on both of us.” His adage certainly applies to the myth (and fake math) of green jobs. During the 2020…

In West Africa, Climate Change Equals Conflict – Foreign Policy

One of the many injustices of climate change is it hits the world’s poorest countries hardest. African nations, many of which register the highest levels of poverty and emit the least carbon dioxide, are already being ravaged by global warming….

Worst-case scenario for river & bay: Climate change, flooding, dead zones, crab depletion – Herald-Mail Media

Editor’s note: This USA Today Network special report explores solutions to deep threats that flow through New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland as the Susquehanna River feeds the Chesapeake Bay — with life and death. The last resident of Applegarth, Md.,…

Rushing To The Coast – The Wrong Way To Adapt To Global Warming – Forbes

Like many other places around the world, coastal areas in Bangaladesh, one shown here, undergo … [+] periodic flooding as sea levels rise. Climate Central You would think that climate-influenced human migration, especially in Southeast Asia, would be away from…

New Study Disputes That Earth Is In A ‘Climate Emergency’

There is no “climate emergency,” according to a study for the Global Warming Policy Foundation by independent scientist Dr. Indur Goklany. Goklany concludes: While climate may have changed for the warmer: • Most extreme weather phenomena have not become more extreme,…

Sea levels rise at alarming rate amid global warming | Daily Sabah – Daily Sabah

Sea levels continue to rise at an alarming rate as oceans expand and ice on land melts amid climate change. Ocean Science (OS), an international open-access scientific journal, wrote last week that “a perturbation in greenhouse gas concentrations changes the…


Seafood: Much to glean when times are rough

Stable seafood consumption amongst the world’s poorer coastal communities depends on their local habitat characteristics, which influences how they fish at different times of the year.

Dramatic increase in microplastics in seagrass soil since the 1970s

Large-scale production of vegetables and fruit in Spain with intensive plastic consumption in its greenhouse industry is believed to have leaked microplastic contaminants since the 1970s into the surrounding Mediterranean seagrass beds. This is shown in a new study where researchers have succeeded in tracing plastic pollution since the 1930s and 1940s by analyzing seagrass sediments.