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Study: Carbon footprint of homegrown food five times greater than those grown conventionally – ‘Individual garden infrastructure responsible for increased levels of CO2’ UK Telegraph: “The carbon footprint of homegrown foods is five times greater than produce from conventional agricultural practices, such as rural farms, data show. A study from the University of Michigan looked at how much CO2 was produced when growing food in different types of urban farms and found that, on average, a serving of […]

New deniers eh? One-third of UK teenagers think climate change is deliberately ‘exaggerated’ – ‘As YouTube videos promoting a new kind of climate denial are aimed at young people’ By Jo Nova There is hope: Thirty years of namecalling, propaganda and censorship still isn’t enoughDespite being raised on non stop media propaganda and being drip fed the climate bible in school, one third of teenagers have somehow figured it out anyhow. Even the systematic censorship on Youtube and Google where skeptics are downranked, […]

Watch Michael Mann flee when confronted by inconvenient reporter’s questions outside DC courthouse – Via

Courtesy of Climate Scientist, Activist and fake Nobel Prize winner Michael Mann is losing his defamation hearing against @MarkSteynOnline So now he uses his lawyers rough up journalists who dare to question him outside the courthouse. Mann wanted to call the police because he didn't like… — Phelim McAleer (@PhelimMcAleer) January 23, 2024 […]

Mag: ‘How to quit your job to work on climate’ – ‘Climate concerns are driving career shifts. Here’s how to make one yourself’

Fast Company Mag: A few years ago, software engineer Eugene Kirpichov left his job at Google to work on climate change. He had a good job in machine learning. But the climate crisis was so urgent, he wrote to colleagues, “that I can no longer justify working on anything else, no matter how interesting or lucrative, until it’s fixed.”

Climate Change Consulting Market to Surpass USD 7.7 Bn by 2033, with Rising Demand for Green Products & Services

Now they’re coming for your coffee – World Economic Forum ‘agenda contributor’ Hubert Keller in Davos: ‘Every time we drink coffee, we are basically putting CO2 into the atmosphere’

Now they're coming for your coffee. Swiss banker and World Economic Forum "agenda contributor", Hubert Keller: "The coffee that we all drink emits between 15 and 20 tonnes of CO2 per tonne of coffee… Every time we drink coffee, we are basically putting CO2 into the… — Wide Awake Media (@wideawake_media) January 22, 2024 […]

Climate Change Consulting Market to Surpass USD 7.7 Bn by 2033, with Rising Demand for Green Products & Services According to, the financial services sector presents significant growth opportunities driven by the imperative to integrate climate considerations. Climate change consulting is thriving as consultants offer expertise in assessing climate-related financial risks, advising on green financing projects, and developing sustainable investment portfolios. New York, Jan. 23, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The climate change consulting […]

The End is (Bill) NYE! Doomsday Clock at 90 seconds to midnight remains on ‘global alarm’ as Bill Nye urges the way to combat climate change is to vote in elections THE DOOMSDAY Clock press conference has determined just how close we are to the end of the world. The Doomsday Clock reads 90 seconds to midnight as it has been for the past year, which is still the closest it has ever been to striking midnight, symbolizing the end of the world. The clock, first set up in 1947, operates […]

‘Landification’ – or ‘land emergence’: Even with sea level rise, around the world coastal land area has increased 13,000 square miles or about size of Belgium!

Kip Hansen: “Land emergence”  — or the gaining of dry land…Compare these two versions:  Google Translate version of the Japanese page with the English version provided by the publisher.


Dr. Roger Pielke Jr.: “If sea level rise is ongoing and inexorable, then all else equal, the areal extent of global land areas should be shrinking, especially in low-lying continental areas and among tropical islands…However, from 1985 to 2015 — a period when global sea levels increased by about 60 millimeters (about 2.4 inches) — the areal extent of global coastal land increased by almost 34,000 square kilometers (about 13k square miles), or about the size of Belgium home to more than 11 million people.”

The literature on landification is in strong consensus that global land areas, even along coasts, are generally increasing in areal extent. For example, Mao et al. 2021 looked at global shorelines and found that instead of retreating on a global scale they are generally expanding:

At almost all latitudes and longitudes landification is winning out over erosion and SLR. Figure 9 from Mao et al. 2021.