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Latest On California’s Drought: Total precipitation in past 12 months up slightly above average

By Paul Homewood Now that NOAA data for September has been published, we can look at Californian precipitation for the last hydrologic year, which runs Oct to Sep. Total precipitation in the last 12 months ended up slightly above average. Prior to this, there was a run of four particularly dry years. Maybe one […]

How Gaia and coral reefs regulate ocean pH

by Jim Steele Although some researchers have raised concerns about possible negative effects of rising CO2 on ocean surface pH, there are several lines of evidence demonstrating marine ecosystems are far more sensitive to fluxes of carbon dioxide from ocean depths and the biosphere’s response than from invasions of atmospheric CO2. There is also ample […]


Veteran Yale University research ecologist Dr. Dan Botkin has a new book coming out tomorrow (Saturday 15 October) that you might want to look at: A number of chapters are relevant to polar bears, including these three: “Myth 11: Without Human Interference, Earth’s Climate is Stable” “Myth 13: Climate Change Will Lead to Huge Numbers of […]

Leonardo DiCaprio Urged to Step Down From UN Climate Change Role

A rainforest charity calls on the star to either denounce his connection to individuals involved in a Malaysian corruption scandal and return laundered money he allegedly received or give up his role. In perhaps the biggest attack on Leonardo DiCaprio’s environmental credibility, a rainforest charity on Friday called on the actor to give up his […]

‘Global Warming’ be Damned: Record Corn, Soybeans, Wheat

October 14th, 2016 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D. For many years we have been warned that climate change is creating a “climate crisis”, with heat and drought reducing agricultural yields to the point that humanity will suffer. Every time there’s a drought, we are told that this is just one more example of human-caused […]

Feds warn colder winter temps will raise heating bills

Via: By THOMAS RICHARD Government warns colder winter temps will raise heating bills DOE analysts announced their winter outlook and are warning Americans to expect a much colder winter and higher heating costs. DOE’s outlook is good for winter enthusiasts. Photo – Pixabay Yesterday, #Government analysts at the Department of Energy said to expect higher […]