Increased global temperatures are “unequivocal,” human influence is 95-100% likely to be dominant driver of those changes, and the best-case scenario implies fundamental changes to political institutions and energy production. Welcome to Climate Change 2013 – the Physical Science Basis Summary for Policymakers.
On May 6, 2010, Christopher Monckton, Viscount of Brenchley, was invited by the Republican members of the House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming to present testimony that contradicted over […]
Three new studies illustrate significant risks and complications with geoengineering climate (corrected)
Correction: Figure 3 below was originally Figure 3 from the Cao/Caldeira paper instead of the correct Figure 1 from the paper. This has been fixed. In 1992, the National Academy of Sciences […]
Back in 2005, self-described “rogue economist” Steven D. Levitt teamed up with journalist Stephen J. Dubner to write Freakonomics, a book that rose to #2 on the NY Times Nonfiction Bestseller List […]
Gas industry’s own fracking studies don’t support industry claims Can concentrating photovoltaic compete with solar thermal and standard photovoltaic? Wind turbines may affect weather Geoengineering doesn’t help acidification New study on the […]
On Monday, President Bush announced that he had reversed an executive order originally put in place by his father that restricted drilling on the outer continental shelf (OCS). Yesterday, crude oil prices […]