What the experiment really shows is that warming seedlings with infrared heaters was a fail. Continue reading Experimental Claim: Treeline may not shift upward in elevation with warming
“We do see some breakdown of peat on the surface, but not below 2 feet deep, where the bulk of the carbon is stored.”
“The integration of data and models provides further evidence that the Antarctic Ice Sheet has experienced much greater natural variability in the past than previously anticipated.”
From the UN IEA’s new report: “COAL: Medium-Term Market Report 2016.”
The greatest manmade chemical of all time — still working despite being banned in 1972.
The rise of cheap natural gas from fracking only reduced coal use by an estimated 16%.
The Washington Post reports today:
The problem, however, is that the decline in mercury level in tuna (if true, in the first place) is not due to reductions in coal burning. Continue reading No, burning less coal isn’t making tuna ‘safer’
Read the letter to EPA chief Gina McCarthy from North Carolina Secretary of the Environment, Dr. Don van der Vaart.
Resolute’s response to Greenpeace’s motion to dismiss is here as well as declarations from forestry experts in favor of Resolute.
” In contrast, the aquaculture industry was farming aquatic animals at CO2 levels that far exceed end-of-century climate change projections (sometimes >10 000 μatm) long before the term ‘ocean acidification’ was coined, with limited detrimental effects reported.”
Pine Island Glacier is nearly two-thirds the size of the UK or the size of Texas. So what’s the cause since CO2 was only around 310 ppm in the 1940s?
Claims to the contrary are “fake news.” The full transcript is below.