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Leading sceptics getting big slots to reject global warming indicates a growing climate denial bias at Westminster (IPCC hearing brings UK closer to US depths on political debate on climate change) Bob Ward
Arizona-Based, American Cooling and Heating releases details of the three-stage effect of rural climate change. This ACH 2014 global warming updates examines rural economics, populations, prosperity and livelihood. (PRWeb April 24, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/rural-climate-change-in/american-cooling-heating/prweb11789196.htm
In a guest commentary for Gallup, Riley Dunlap, Regents Professor of Sociology at Oklahoma State University, explores differences in Americans' views when they hear the terms "climate change" and "global warming."
WASHINGTON (AP) — While researchers have sometimes connected weather extremes to man-made global warming, usually it's not done in real time. Now a study is asserting a link between climate change and both the intensifying California drought and the polar vortex blamed for a harsh winter that mercifully has just ended in many places.
Lord Lawson's group GWPF teams up with Civitas and the US Heartland Institute to distort debate on climate change Lord Lawson's campaign group for climate change sceptics, the Global Warming Policy Foundation, has been executing a carefully co-ordinated campaign with its media and political allies to discredit and misrepresent the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. On 27 ...
HARTFORD -- The debate on climate change is over. Global warming is happening and humans are responsible for it. This was the message delivered by U.S. Sen.
American climatologist Michael Mann has been at the heart of the war of words over climate change for the last 15 years, arguing it is cheaper to wean ourselves from fossil fuels than to pay for the damage caused by global warming.
It must be real when the world's most distinguished global warming authority - the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change , comprised of scientists from a
( University of Copenhagen ) Climate fiction, or simply cli-fi, is a newly coined term for novels and films which focus on the consequences of global warming. New research from University of Copenhagen shows how these fictions serve as a mental laboratory that allows us to simulate the potential consequences of climate change and imagine other living conditions.
The cult centered on “global warming” alarmism is getting hot under the collar. People seem to have stopped paying attention and polls show “climate change” barely registers on a list of voters’ concerns.