Uploaded on Nov 17, 2009 Al Gore finally accepts Lord Monckton’s challenge to a highly uncivilized debate over the issue of anthropogenic climate change, as we count down to the Copenhagen Climate Conference – aka COP15 – in a special extended edition of ~RapNews. Is it all just a lie spread by the NWO so that…Details
Market Forces just published insights into the biggest backers of dirty coal (You know the technology from the Stone age, which destroys our precious climate state). Here, their data nicely visualized: Market Forces: Now, who are really the biggest lenders to dirty coal power plants? We have just launched a new section of our website…Details
Spiegel reports: Mit Winter hatten die vergangenen Monate nicht viel zu tun: Es gab viel Wind, Sonne satt, es war trocken und außergewöhnlich mild. Der Deutsche Wetterdienst spricht vom viertwärmsten Winter seit 1881. Translation The last months didn’t really felt like winter in Germany, instead a lot of wind, sun, dryness and very mild temperatures.…Details
What begun during December last year accumulated to Britain’s wettest January since at least 1776, and the bad weather is showing no sign of abating through February. BBC: UK Winter wettest on record – Met Office http://t.co/Je0VHvwL9D #ukfloods #climate — ClimateNow (@ClimateNow) February 20, 2014 Thousands of evacuated homes with more at risk, especially from…Details
Peter Sinclair (ClimateCrocks) published a new video, covering the recent unprecedented flooding and storm onslaught in Britain. UK suffers wettest winter on record | Environment | http://t.co/vSayllw9Wk http://t.co/drjhGpOawL #UK #climate #flood — John Lundin (@johnlundin) February 21, 2014 Peter Sinclair: I first interviewed Dr. Alun Hubbard on the edge of the Watson River in Kangerlussuaq,…Details
CNN asks: Why are we still debating climate change?
Peter Sinclair (ClimateCrocks) explains: Local News reports make it clear that public officials, academics, every day people, and voters, are being confronted with the reality of Sea Level Rise in one of America’s most vulnerable metro areas, Miami. These clips point to the ways that South Florida’s rising seas are sinking in to the way people must…Details
Published on Feb 19, 2014: Dr. Mark Z. Jacobson, Stanford University, joins Thom Hartmann.
Published on Feb 23, 2014: Dr. Michio Kaku and Jack Mirkinson on why the media continue to present human impact on climate change as questionable.
The recent slow down in global warming has been attributed to a number of factors, including excess heat being stored in the deep ocean and reductions of certain greenhouse gases. Now add volcanic eruptions to the mix of contributing factors. A new analysis published in Nature Geosciences on Sunday shows that a series of relatively small…Details