A grand solar minimum and the climate response recorded for the first time in the same climate archive highlights the need for a more differentiated approach to solar radiation
The “death threat” that had all sceptics tarred as violent crazies turns out to be some passing comment to some person a climate scientist knew and which cannot be revealed.
It’s a bit clumsy to call this entire saga ‘death-threat-gate’. But it is weird how many of the iconic warmist narratives (e.g. hockey-sticks, polar bears, melting-Himalaya-glaciers, Hansen-congressional-testimony, snows-of-Kilimanjaro…) turn out to be crocks.
Cool temperatures have limited springtime golf so far this season. Leading scientists and Nobel Prize winners say that the ice sheet is melting super fast at -26C, but the golfers aren’t convinced.
As part of its effort to create dialogue with the American people on environmental issues, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently launched a project in conjunction with SMITH Magazine, Six Words for the Planet.
The project, officially housed at this site, invites all citizens of the world to submit a six-word essay describing their feelings about Earth.