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Don’t Get Fooled By The Media’s Crafty Coverage Of Cold Weather

Parts of the River Thames in London froze recently following subzero temperatures across the UK. The last time this happened was in 1963. The Netherlands shivered at minus 20 degrees Celsius. Across the Atlantic, Americans experienced extreme February snowfall, causing…

Why Do Democrats Keep Getting Their Climate Doomsday Predictions Wrong?

For more than 50 years, members of the scientific community and environmental movement have made climate-change predictions that ultimately turned out to be incorrect. Many of these predictions have been embraced by prominent Democrats over the years. President Joe Biden’s…

Climate change projections show there may not be snow for skiing at some NH mountains by 2070 –

DURHAM — By the 2070s, if climate change continues at its current global warming pace, New Hampshire’s southernmost ski areas could see snowless winters that are so warm that they’ll be unable to even make snow for skiers and riders….

Midland group: Climate change is world’s most urgent issue – Midland Daily News

Peter Sinclair Peter Sinclair Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Peter Sinclair Peter Sinclair Midland group: Climate change is world’s most urgent issue Back to Gallery Ninety-seven percent of working, publishing scientists in relevant disciplines…

Why aren’t we more afraid of global warming? The psychology of procrastinating on climate change – The Independent

“I don’t expect to die from old age,” Margaret Klein tells me matter-of-factly. The clinical psychologist-turned-climate-activist is talking to me over the phone from a New York City park, where she is walking her dog. “It’s hard to know exactly…

‘Acceleration’ In Sea Levels Found To Be False – Artifact Of Switching Satellites

One of the most common arguments climate alarmists make is that the rate of sea-level rise is “accelerating” or rising faster every year. Sea-level data reported from satellites indicate seas are rising approximately 3.3 mm/year (See Figure 1). By contrast,…

Warming may promote spread of invasive blue catfish

(Virginia Institute of Marine Science) A new study by researchers at William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science suggests that continued warming of Atlantic coastal waters may enhance the spread of invasive blue catfish within the Chesapeake Bay and other estuaries along the U.S. East Coast.

Amid global warming, why are we in a deep freeze? – The Daily Star

During winter, more often than not, a large part of northern United States is pummelled by an Arctic blast, sometimes severe, sometimes less severe, that lasts for a week or two. But this winter’s blast plunged not only the Midwest…

More from the Climate Insights 2020 Survey – Resources Magazine

Our recent Climate Insights 2020 survey—a collaboration by researchers at Stanford University, Resources for the Future, and survey research company ReconMR—has yielded real-world insights about American public opinion on climate change and the policies that could help with its mitigation….