One disappointing element of this documentary - use of term 'believers'. Climate change is about evidence, not belief #qandascientists
Why did online poll show so many dismissives? Shows effectiveness of denialosphere blogs of marshalling traffic to polls #qandascientists
Climate activists: It's not the job of journalists to carry water for you.
Environmentalists: It's not the job of journalists to regurgitate your talking points (though some seem to think it is).
The Virginia Supreme Court has reaffirmed that an insurer does not have to defend its energy client against a global warming emissions case, in a decision favourable to the insurance industry, but baffling to some legal experts.
Now that data only goes up to 2010, but look at the pink trend line. Level. Flat. Look carefully at the graph. Then ask yourself, if this is such a mega-bad drought, how on earth did we survive between 1955 and 1995 when it was consistently lower than it has been since 1995. In fact, look at the rainfall from 1995 – 2010. We have had a LOT of rainfall.
“The effort required to make significant change is truly astounding.”
many people appear to have a problem with understanding theory and considering it in the context of reality. Consider Anna Rose and her performance on the documentary ‘I Can Change Your Mind About Climate Change’ featured on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) this evening. Ms Rose was flown across Australia and around the world to talk with climate change sceptics but refused to engage constructively on issues of scientific evidence. Yet evidence is central to science and in particular determining whether theory and reality match.