Dr. Jay Lehr

On Tuesday, CFACT lost another friend, Dr. Jay Lehr. What a man he was! Dr. Jay Lehr CFACT’s friends and readers have been treated to a brilliant weekly science update from Jay.  He has served as a Senior Policy Advisor to CFACT since 2020. The day before we lost him, we published a [...]

By |2023-01-19T13:34:43+01:0019 January 2023|News, USA|Comments Off on Dr. Jay Lehr

German Renewable Energies Expert: Global Warming Is Going To Pause As North Atlantic Cools

By Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt, Klimanachrichten (Translated, edited by P. Gosselin) Reposted from NoTricksZone Fritz Vahrenholt The unusually mild weather at the turn of the year in Central Europe has strengthened the belief of many in Germany that CO2-induced global warming is in full swing. Globally – and this is the only thing that matters [...]

By |2023-01-09T12:05:22+01:009 January 2023|Germany, News|Comments Off on German Renewable Energies Expert: Global Warming Is Going To Pause As North Atlantic Cools

2022 Seventh Warmest Year: Warming Slows Down

Guest Post by Javier Vinós reposted from Andy May's Climate Blog No minimally informed person denies that climate changes. The climate has always changed. Since 1860 the predominant climate change has been warming, which is fortunate because if we had a winter like those of 1800-1850, we would be in for a shock. [...]

By |2023-01-10T12:06:52+01:007 January 2023|News, Spain, USA|Comments Off on 2022 Seventh Warmest Year: Warming Slows Down

The year without a summer? In 2022 Sydney didn’t even reach 32 degrees

By Jo Nova reposted from her Blog Sydney Observatory in the centre of the city in 1864. (Courtesy of the State Library of NSW.) For the first time in 163 years of records at Sydney Observatory the temperature didn’t even crack 32 degrees C (or 90F) for the whole year of 2022. [...]

By |2023-01-09T12:47:07+01:007 January 2023|Australia, News|Comments Off on The year without a summer? In 2022 Sydney didn’t even reach 32 degrees

Open New Year’s Letter to António Guterres

    Registered Open New Year’s Letter to the UN Secretary-General António Guterres   Amsterdam, January 2, 2023 Professor Guus Berkhout office@clintel.org Sr. António Guterres, Secretary-General, United Nations, United Nations Headquarters, New York, NY 10017, United States of America.   Your Excellency, You have announced a Climate Ambition Summit in September 2023. For [...]

By |2023-01-06T17:43:50+01:006 January 2023|Climate policy, CLINTEL, News|Comments Off on Open New Year’s Letter to António Guterres

Ocean currents may be more important than the greenhouse effect

"If it [a scientific hypothesis] disagrees with experiment, it’s WRONG." – Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman A rather different challenge to the CO2 global warming hypothesis from the challenges discussed in my previous posts postulates that human emissions of CO2 into the atmosphere have only a minimal impact on the earth’s temperature. Instead, it [...]

By |2022-12-13T11:32:51+01:0013 December 2022|News, USA|Comments Off on Ocean currents may be more important than the greenhouse effect

Interview Tatiane Melchior Stefanello Hodson

Tatiane Melchior Stefanello Hodson Name: Tatiane Melchior Stefanello Hodson Country: UK What is your background? I have a Oceanography degree from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil and I am taking a MSc in International Public Policy at Queen Mary University of London. As a Professional Diving Instructor, I had the opportunity [...]

By |2022-12-03T15:38:00+01:002 December 2022|Interviews, News|Comments Off on Interview Tatiane Melchior Stefanello Hodson

message to World Leaders at G20

Climate Intelligence Foundation Amsterdam, November 15 2022 To World Leaders at G20 RE: Clintel begs G20 leaders to worry about global poverty, not global warming. Dear Excellencies, You are meeting at the G20 in Indonesia on November 15-16. Important items on the agenda are to restore peace, to stabilise the world economy and [...]

By |2022-11-16T12:49:18+01:0016 November 2022|CLINTEL, News, The Netherlands|Comments Off on message to World Leaders at G20

Greenpeace Crimes and Lies, Updated

By Andy May This is the transcript of my interview with Hügo Krüger. If you prefer you can view and listen to the podcast here. This is an updated version of a 2016 post, to see the original go here. These two books, Patrick Moore’s Confessions of a Greenpeace Dropout, my book, Politics and Climate Change: A [...]

By |2022-11-16T12:26:19+01:0014 November 2022|News, USA|Comments Off on Greenpeace Crimes and Lies, Updated

Open Letter to Global Leaders assembled at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

Amsterdam, November 1, 2022 Your Excellencies: By the year 2030, historians will wonder with amazement how it could happen that the UN in previous decades had proposed far-reaching climate-related measures that totally failed to arrest global warming, but instead would have the unintended consequence of an unprecedented negative impact on the world’s prosperity [...]

By |2022-11-03T17:36:29+01:001 November 2022|CLINTEL, News, The Netherlands|Comments Off on Open Letter to Global Leaders assembled at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt