After the record shattering years of 2015 and 2016, deniers cling to one region of one dataset on a cherry-picked time interval.
Congratulations on your victory in the hard-fought 2016 presidential election. Remember that climate change will be an important part of your legacy.
A new paper makes it simple: every metric ton of carbon dioxide we add to the atmosphere means 3 fewer square meters of sea ice at the end of the summer.
As 2016 sets another record, remember that the deniers never had any credibility and never listen to what they say until they apologize for their mistakes.
The Guardian reports on an upcoming “crackdown”: Donald Trump is poised to eliminate all climate change research conducted by Nasa as part of a crackdown on “politicized science”, his senior adviser on issues relating to the space agency has said. Nasa’s Earth science division is set to be stripped of funding in favor of exploration … Continue reading Memo to GOP: Slashing NASA won’t change the facts
Trump puts a notorious climate denier in position to wreck America’s progress on carbon emissions and mess up the environment in general.
Oh God. Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. This couldn’t have happened at a worst time.
The Wall Street Journal publishes an op-ed suggesting that an environmentalist agenda is behind the IARC’s cancer ratings. It’s kind of silly.
Ayotte, who faces a tough reelection bid, is the first Republican in Congress to openly endorse the EPA’s Clean Power Plan to mitigate climate change.
Rep. Lamar Smith issues subpoenas to NOAA scientists with an agenda to discredit their important work on global warming. A sad day for American democracy.