A highly circulated study claiming oceans are warming at a much higher rate due to global warming contains “key errors,” forcing researchers to issue a correction.
I listened to a remarkable bit of self-parody on National Public Radio on Tuesday: a moderator, a pair of experts and some very earnest listeners trying to figure out how to most politely tell climate change skeptics they are dangerous idiots.
One of the major firms behind a handful of the ongoing climate lawsuits brought by governments against energy companies proactively pitched the idea to the city of San Francisco, according to emails obtained by the Washington Free Beacon via open records laws.
A dire warning that we have just 12 years to save the planet from climate change comes three decades after global warming alarmists began saying, “time is running out.”
Many Democrats have pushed to make climate change a key issue for voters in recent years, but it has “failed to gain traction as a voting issue in American elections,” according to a Politico report.
The New York Times has found the answer to why Roger Federer lost in the fourth round at the U.S. Open to some Australian nobody: global warming.
Outside sources paid for new attorneys in the office of numerous attorney general offices around the country in order to gin up climate and environmental litigation for political purposes, according to a new report by a D.C.-based think tank.
While the media rush to blame wildfires on climate change, scientific evidence reveals there is less fire across the globe, and the credit goes to human activity.
A National Public Radio report blamed global warming for wildfires in Texas and suggested the best way to put fires out is by “getting real” on climate change.