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Otvoreno pismo globalnim vođama na COP27 sastanku u Sharm el-sheikhu, Egipat

Amsterdam, 1. studenog 2022. Vaše ekcelencije, Do 2030. godine povjesničari će se s čuđenjem pitati kako se moglo dogoditi da je UN prethodnih desetljeća predlagao dalekosežne mjere povezane s klimom koje nisu uspjele zaustaviti globalno zatopljenje, ali su dovele do neželjene posljedice dosad neviđenog negativnog utjecaja na svjetski prosperitet i blagostanje. Pitat će se [...]

By |2022-11-03T15:03:46+01:003 November 2022|Croatia|Comments Off on Otvoreno pismo globalnim vođama na COP27 sastanku u Sharm el-sheikhu, Egipat

Nincs klímavészhelyzet, ezt üzenjük az embereknek

A közvéleménynek szóló üzenetünk (Message to the Public, M2P) az emberek túlnyomó részét kitevő laikusoknak szól, szerte a világon. Az M2P lényegre törően foglalja össze és magyarázza el, hogy nincs klímavészhelyzet, és hogy a klímaváltozásra hivatkozó intézkedéseknek nincs mérhető hatása az éghajlatra. Csakis a gazdaságra fejtenek ki romboló hatást. Guus Berkhout – dutchmobolityinnovatoins.com [...]

By |2022-10-30T10:14:22+01:0029 October 2022|Hungary|Comments Off on Nincs klímavészhelyzet, ezt üzenjük az embereknek

Newsletter Saturday October 22, 2022

© Clintel Foundation / Saturday October 22, 2022 There is No Climate Emergency, a Message to the People In the World Climate Declaration (WCD) Clintel particularly addresses international experts in the climate field. However, we now see a very interesting new development. The public is done with the fear-mongering stories [...]

By |2022-11-02T13:49:44+01:0024 October 2022|Newsletter|Comments Off on Newsletter Saturday October 22, 2022

Interview Hans Hofmann-Reinecke

Hans Hofmann-Reinecke Name: Hans Hofmann-Reinecke Country: South Africa What is your background? I was born in Germany towards the end of the Second World War. I grew up there and spent a major part of my life. I studied physics at the Technical University in Munich (TUM) in the 1960s/70s, when science, [...]

By |2022-10-20T15:25:18+02:0020 October 2022|Interviews|Comments Off on Interview Hans Hofmann-Reinecke

The Winter Gatekeeper Hypothesis (VII). A summary plus Q&A

by Javier Vinós & Andy May reposted from Climate Etc. “On the other hand, I think I can safely say that nobody understands climate change.” J. Vinós, paraphrasing Richard Feynman’s words about quantum mechanics. 7.1 Introduction This plain-language summary has been written at the request of some readers of our series of [...]

By |2022-09-26T16:45:34+02:0026 September 2022|News, USA|Comments Off on The Winter Gatekeeper Hypothesis (VII). A summary plus Q&A

New peer reviewed paper: climate sensitivity a third lower (Climate Etc. version)

by Nic Lewis reposted from Climate Etc. Official estimates of future global warming may be overstated. A brief summary in press release style of my new paper (written in the third person) One of the most important conclusions of the recent 6th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC AR6) was [...]

By |2022-09-26T17:00:41+02:0026 September 2022|News, United Kingdom|Comments Off on New peer reviewed paper: climate sensitivity a third lower (Climate Etc. version)

Models versus global surface temperatures: ECS discussion

by Nicola Scafetta reposted from Climate Etc. Two publications examining the equilibrium climate sensitivity (ECS) have recently been published in Climate Dynamics: Scafetta, N. (2022a). CMIP6 GCM ensemble members versus global surface temperatures. Lewis, N. (2022). Objectively combining climate sensitivity evidence. These two papers are significant because they take different but complimentary approaches and achieve the same [...]

By |2022-09-26T19:11:27+02:0026 September 2022|Italy, News|Comments Off on Models versus global surface temperatures: ECS discussion

How the Greenland ice sheet ‘really’ fared this year

The Greenland ice sheet’s melt season is over, bringing the 2021-2022 season to a close. Below I take a deep-dive into how the poster boy for global warming fared over the past 12-months. ‘SURFACE’ MASS BALANCE Greenland’s ice sheet gains snow and ice from September through to the following June, and then, as [...]

By |2022-09-26T17:07:02+02:0026 September 2022|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off on How the Greenland ice sheet ‘really’ fared this year

Interview Thom Gilliam

Thom Gilliam Name: Thom Gilliam Country: USA What is your background? I am a former Professor of Accountancy and former Silicon Valley executive. I studied at Florida State University (Ph.D), Notre Dame de Namur University (MBA), and San Diego State University (BSBA). I spent 20 years working in the semiconductor and computer [...]

By |2022-09-23T14:33:32+02:0023 September 2022|Interviews|Comments Off on Interview Thom Gilliam

New peer reviewed paper: climate sensitivity a third lower

Official IPCC estimates of future global warming may be overstated Press Release by GWPF A new paper reduces the estimate of climate sensitivity – the amount of warming expected for a doubling of carbon dioxide concentrations – by one third. The results therefore suggest that future global warming will be much [...]

By |2022-09-21T18:27:12+02:0021 September 2022|IPCC, News, United Kingdom|Comments Off on New peer reviewed paper: climate sensitivity a third lower