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Trump Disputes Death Toll From Hurricane Maria Was 3,000 – Puerto Rican Gov. admitted higher ‘death toll is only an approximation, not a concrete list of names’ ByBEN SHAPIRO @BENSHAPIRO September 13, 2018 On Thursday, President Trump leap directly into the path of an oncoming public disaster, tearing into the official Puerto Rican government estimate of the death toll from Hurricane Maria just before Hurricane Florence was scheduled to make landfall. … So, how was the count from Puerto Rico actually […]


Date: 06/02/18 Roger Pielke Jr., Risk Frontiers Despite record weather-related catastrophe losses last year, since 1990 total global catastrophe losses are down by about one third Last July, I observed here that the world had recently experienced an era of unusually low disasters and that streak of good luck was going to end sometime. Little could I […]

Analysis: Global weather related disaster loss trend is downward from 1990 to 2017 Weather Disasters as Proportion of Global GDP: 1990-2017 JANUARY 4, 2018 ~ By ROGER PIELKE JR The figure above shows the annual costs of weather disasters (data from Munich Re) as a proportion of global GDP (data from the UN), from 1990 to 2017. Takeaways: 2017 ranks 2nd to 2005; The dataset is dominated by US hurricanes […]

2017 Global Hurricane Activity Almost 20% Below Normal …Southern Hemisphere Near Record Low

Via: By P Gosselin on 26. November 2017 A look at Dr. Ryan Maue’s site here tells us a lot about how 2017 cyclone activity is doing as the Atlantic hurricane season winds down. In September the Atlantic indeed saw some powerful hurricanes, such as Harvey, Irma and Maria, which led the media into a fit of Armageddon hysteria and […]

CO2 Emissions Growing Strongly Again

By Paul Homewood I am constantly amazed that the likes of Mark Lynas and Corrinne Le Quere are surprised to see emissions still rising. If they had bothered to read the Paris Agreement and the INDCs, they would have known that was exactly what was intended. It surely must be obvious to Le Quere and […]

2017 Hurricane Season: Empirical Evidence Confirms Activity Not Unprecedented – Overall, Close To Average — So Far

Via: 2017 Hurricane Season: Empirical Evidence Confirms Activity Not Unprecedented – Overall, Close To Average 2017 saw the first major hurricanes strike the continental U.S in Texas and Florida in almost 12 years, with multiple Caribbean islands, including Puerto Rico, suffering major hurricane damage. Certainly hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria will be long remembered by […]


Former Vice President Al Gore addressed the crowd at the National Clean Energy Conference in Las Vegas, where he was joined by a group of environmental leaders who discussed the increasing concerns of global warming on our planet. Though he said he’s “extremely optimistic” about the increase in widespread support for renewable energy investments, he […]

Warmist Naomi Klein warns of ‘climate chaos’ – Declares: Trump presidency ‘could echo through geologic time’

Full Video here: Canadian author, social activist, and filmmaker Naomi Klein’s full speech to the Labour Party Annual Conference 2017 in Brighton. Background on Naomi Klein:  Special Report: ‘Unholy Alliance’ – Exposing The Radicals Advising Pope Francis on Climate Naomi Klein Pope Francis has also reached out to climate activist and anti-capitalist crusader Naomi Klein. […]