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UN climate goal feasible but energy reform vital

Berlin - The world has a likely chance of meeting the UN's warming limit of two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) if it cuts annual greenhouse gas emissions 40-70 percent by 2050, especially from energy, a top expert panel said Sunday.
In the Media by Mariette Le Roux (AFP)

UN authors: 'We can no longer plead ignorance' on climate change Special

At a press conference in Yokohama, Japan, this morning, the Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released its most recent report on impacts of human activities on current and future climate: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability.
Digital Journal Report by Sandy Dechert - 4 comments

Climate change boosts conflict risk, hunger: UN panel

Yokohama - Soaring carbon emissions will amplify the risk of conflict, hunger, flood and migration this century, the UN's expert panel said Monday in a landmark report on the impact of climate change.
In the Media by AFP

UN document warning of grave climate future completed

Yokohama - Leading scientists and officials completed a fresh climate report Sunday expected to lay bare the grim impact of climate change, with warnings that global food shortages could spark violence in vulnerable areas.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

UN scientists see grim future if no action

Yokohama - UN scientists are set to deliver their darkest report yet on the impacts of climate change, pointing to a future stalked by floods, drought, conflict and economic damage if carbon emissions go untamed.
In the Media by Richard Ingham (AFP)

Op-Ed: New ‘mini Ice Age’ on the way as sun goes to sleep?

Sydney - Science fiction hasn’t got around to this one yet. Astronomers are described as “baffled” by the sun’s sudden reduction in output. One prediction even suggests that the Thames might freeze over.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 17 comments

Global carbon emissions to set new record in 2013

Norwich - Carbon dioxide emissions during 2012 continued to rise, increasing 2.2 percent and reaching a record 35 billion tonnes, according to new calculations published Tuesday by the Global Carbon Project.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 1 comment

Op-Ed: The death of Mark Duggan — one year on, and still nothing

London - One year ago today, Mark Duggan was shot dead by police from Operation Trident. To date, no one has been charged, and no meaningful information has been released to the public.
In the Media by Alexander Baron

Op-Ed: The murder of Mark Duggan, and a conspiracy of silence

London - On August 4 last year, unarmed Mark Duggan was shot dead by the Metropolitan Police in North London. To date, no one has been charged with any offence.
In the Media by Alexander Baron - 4 comments

Global warming happened in Medieval times with no CO2 emissions

A team of scientists have raised questions about current scientific theories about global warming. They showed there was a similar pattern of "global warming" during medieval times and that the planet cooled down after that leading to a "mini ice age."
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 6 comments

UK woman dies while in police custody

A 31-year-old woman in the UK, who was detained under the Mental Health Act, died while in police custody on Thursday, and an investigation is now taking place.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin

Op-Ed: Is it time to give the UN the boot?

In 1945 the UN was formed specifically to end wars, prevent genocide, champion human rights and provide humanitarian aid. The UN has not only failed in those core duties, it has become so financially and morally corrupt it is doing more harm than good.
In the Media by Johnny Simpson - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Fact-Checking Al Gore

Yesterday, Al Gore emerged from a prolonged silence on Global Warming to rebut critics and skeptics in a three-page New York Times oped. Mr. Gore was as passionate as ever on the subject, but just how substantiated and reliable are his facts and sources?
In the Media by Johnny Simpson - 5 comments

IPCC underestimated Antarctic sea ice increase by 50%

New errors have been found in the fourth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Chage such as the Himalayan glaciers and a significant increase in sea ice around Antarctica.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 4 comments

Op-Ed: The Great Global Warming Bubble

After reading the latest on the tremendous hits the Global Warming movement is taking, I decided to do some research myself. What I found is the same old debunked data being pushed as fact. AGW theory is now a fragile bubble at best. Will it burst?
In the Media by Johnny Simpson - 18 comments

The Global Warming Inferno in Winterland

The New York Times' John Broder reported on the Global Warming debate now raging between skeptics and proponents as record snowfalls bury millions. I ventured out to bring you prominent voices from both sides of the issue. The heat is now on full.
In the Media by Johnny Simpson

Op-Ed: Climate change is dead, long live climate change

In almost every possible way, the theory of global warming (aka climate change) has been discredited by shoddy or corrupted science and scandal. So why is the U.S. Congress, White House and the UN still pushing it? That's easy. Follow the Big Green Money.
In the Media by Johnny Simpson - 7 comments

Senator John Barasso calls for investigation on UN climate panel

As the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change faces more pressure on the questions of its scientific sourcing and merit, Republican Senator John Barasso is ordering an investigation.
In the Media by Michael Krebs

Op-Ed: The Unsettling of Climate Change Science

Since the ClimateGate revelations prior to the Copenhagen summit, Climate Change proponents have been deluged with bad news. Illegalities were found in the East Anglia emails, and three key articles on which the IPCC report was based have been debunked.
In the Media by Johnny Simpson - 2 comments

UN climate panel retracts claim of melting Himalayas glaciers

Millions of dollars were granted to support the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) erroneous claims, one that stated that the Himalayan Glaciers would melt by 2035.
In the Media by Gordon K. Chan

Op-Ed: From ClimateGate to Carbonhagen

For the delegates to the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit, inconvenient truths abound. Not the least of which is the prediction that attendees will generate a carbon footprint equal to all of Morocco's for 2006. And that's not even counting ClimateGate.
In the Media by Johnny Simpson - 4 comments

Google Blocking 'ClimateGate' Autosuggestion

Despite the fact that the term ClimateGate now generates over 13,000,000 hits on Google, the search engine's autosuggest feature for that term is blocked, and appears to have been since the beginning of the scandal.
In the Media by Johnny Simpson - 8 comments

Another Dagger in the Heart of Global Warming Advocacy

Last week NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) announced that this past October was the hottest October on record. Now it has been discovered that they were wrong. It turned out to be yet another glaring data error.
In the Media by Barbara Sowell - 19 comments

Global Warming May Take Ten Year Break

To date climate change projections, as published in the last IPCC report, only considered changes in future atmospheric composition. This strategy is appropriate for long-term changes in climate such as predictions for the end of the century.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 3 comments

IPCC Climate Change Report to be Released

The fourth volume of the IPCC Climate Change Report 2007 will be released and it is reported to contain warnings that climate change may bring "abrupt and irreversible" impacts.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 4 comments

Al Gore and IPCC share the Nobel Peace Prize

Al Gore, the man who used to be the next president, and who has created a controversial movie on global warming has received the Nobel Peace Prize. He has to share it with the IPCC, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Nuclear Industry “Glowing” Over Backing by Climate Report

Its official, nuclear power is in the arsenal of weapons to combat global warming according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
In the Media by Squidny - 4 comments

Could Global Warming = Mass Starvation?

The news of the last 48 hours has been dominated by the reports from the IPCC about the effects and ramifications of global warming. Now here's a columnist who suggests yet another dire consequence...
In the Media by Viga Boland - 4 comments
 

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