University of Exeter rules out high-end temperature increases
The research also has implications for the climate-change movement, said University of Colorado Boulder professor Roger A. Pielke Jr.: “If your climate advocacy is grounded in ‘[it’s] gonna be bad, really bad’ arguments, then new science (‘not as bad’) puts you in an awkward position,” he said on Twitter. “No doubt some catastrophists will today feel a need to diss the new study lest they give evil deniers due.” - "Clever new climate change study. Not as bad as has been projected. That is good news. Right?"
On the last federal workday of 2017, CEI’s Wayne Crews took a look back at the year in regulation. The number of new pages in the Federal Register at the end of 2017 was the lowest since Bill Clinton was president and is a 35% drop from the record Obama set in 2016. Crews also compiled a list of 67 regulations that were eliminated or narrowed under President Trump, compared to a mere three significant rules added in 2017.