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Doug Mastriano thinks global warming is “fake news” | PennLive letters – PennLive

In 1992, while campaigning against President Bill Clinton, George H. W. Bush ridiculed then Vice President Al Gore by calling him “Ozone Man” and disparaging his book, “Earth in the Balance.” Gore had been working nationally and abroad to raise…

‘Snowpiercer’s climate engineering could help us to refreeze Earth’s poles in real life – Syfy

In the 2013 science fiction film Snowpiercer, humanity attempts to stem the bleeding of human-driven climate change by releasing a whole bunch of particles into the atmosphere. The idea is to block out some percentage of sunlight and cool the…

Attenborough’s Arctic Sea-Ice Fearmongering Bordering On Misinformation

The Arctic has been a happy hunting ground for the climate scaremonger Sir David Attenborough. Two years ago he made the fanciful claim that polar bears could die out in the 2030s. It is now generally accepted that polar bears…

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Frozen Planet II review: David Attenborough’s sequel dazzles

The spectre of climate change hangs over David Attenborough’s follow-up to Frozen Planet, while two new nature documentary series, Epic Adventures With Bertie Gregory and Super/Natural, are no match for the veteran presenter

Polar Bears Became Global Warming Icons Because Of Phony Alarmist Claims

“The polar bear became an ‘accidental icon’ of climate change“, claims a recent CBC Radio interview with ardent global warming promoter and polar bear catastrophist Andrew Derocher. Derocher’s insistence that the polar bear became a climate change icon “by accident”…

‘Living Lightly on the Earth’ — and in Kansas — as we adapt to a warming planet – Kansas Reflector

Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of widening the conversation about how public policies affect the day-to-day lives of people throughout our state. Dave Kendall served as producer and host of the “Sunflower Journeys” series…

The polar bear became an ‘accidental icon’ of climate change. Is it time to rethink that? – CBC.ca

Biologist Andrew Derocher wasn’t thinking of climate change when he first started studying polar bears in Hudson Bay in the 1980s. About a decade into his career, a picture started to emerge: as sea ice diminished due to human-caused global…

The Fervent Debate Over the Best Way to Confront Global Warming – Undark Magazine

In the late 1950s, Ian Burton, then a geographer at the University of Chicago, learned about a troubling conundrum with levees. These expensive and engineering-intensive strategies — which the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers favored for reining in floods along…

Reef Madness: Healthy Coral Growth Contradicts Government Narrative

The release of the Australian Institute of Marine Science’s Annual Summary Report on Coral Reef Condition for 2021/22 has exposed a major scandal in Australian environmental management – not only has the reef recovered from damage 10 years ago, but it is…

Coming Soon| Climate Change on Your Plate: Global Warming Is Burning Your Pocket – The Quint

We spoke to the farmers who grow them, the labour that tends to them and the wholesalers who bring it to our markets.. What lurks behind these picturesque orchards? What has changed our apples, cherries, peaches and plums? How have…

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