http://www.globalchange.com Ice core samples. Graphs of carbon dioxide and temperature. Future is about emotion. Scientific debate and controversy. Ice caps carbon dioxide bubbles trapped, carbon dioxide concentrations, tree ring climate estimates, hydrogen isotopes in ice, ice ages mapping and climate history, Future climate change and future carbon dioxide levels. Future peak of atmospheric levels of
Mark Steyn talks about his new book, “Climate Change: The Facts” and his lawsuit against climate scientist Michael E. Mann of Penn State University at The Heartland Institute’s Tenth International Conference on Climate Change on June 12, 2015. To watch all presentations from this conference and others, visit ClimateConferences.Heartland.org. To read all of Mark Steyn’s
“Scientists and science journalists like to say that one of the best ways to tell that climate change is real is to take a look at the changes we can already see: This year is on track to be the hottest ever recorded, and glaciers, corn, and even grizzly bears are responding to the warming.
http://www.MeatTheFacts.org – A shocking look at the state of the planet and the effects of meat consumption on our precious home. Climate Change, Facts vs. Myths. According to scientists, greenhouse gases and CO2 production represent the main causes of the climate change affecting our planet. We are looking for solutions like quotas and international conventions
#COP21 @UNDP undo.org/cop21 Boobu Tioram, a resident of the Pacific island of Kirabati, took time out from reinforcing a seawall in front of his newly built house to speak with UNDP about what climate change has meant to his way of life. I have moved three times, every three years I have moved, he said,
July 21 — Global warming turns 120 next year… sort of. Next year will be the 120th anniversary of the first time we figured out that human activity could be causing climate change. Since then, the science has gotten firmer and the politics have gotten murkier, but the outlook for the future remains uncertain. This