Evidence That Antarctica Is Cooling, Not Warming

This article was originally published at Science Under Attack. Melting due to climate change of the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets has led to widespread panic about the future impact of global warming. But, as we’ll see in this and a subsequent post, Antarctica may not be warming overall, while the rate of ice loss [...]

By |2021-12-03T11:43:38+01:003 December 2021|IPCC, News, USA|Comments Off on Evidence That Antarctica Is Cooling, Not Warming

Statement CLINTEL: New IPCC report provides little objective basis for policymaking

Statement by CLINTEL on the publication today of the Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of Working Group I (WGI) of the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) August 9, 2021 CLINTEL has carried out a preliminary review of the IPCC Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of the AR6 WGI report (on the Physical Science) issued today. [...]

By |2021-08-11T13:44:39+02:009 August 2021|IPCC, Ireland, News|Comments Off on Statement CLINTEL: New IPCC report provides little objective basis for policymaking

Why that extra metre of sea level rise in 2100 is not going to happen after all

By Arnout Jaspers Thwaites Glacier. Credit: NASA/James Yungel In 2016, a headline grabbing study said that the Antarctic ice sheet is much more unstable than was estimated untill then.  As a consequence, projected sea level rise in 2100 would double. Computer modellers from Deltares and KNMI scrambled back to their drawing boards [...]

By |2021-07-22T12:16:07+02:0021 July 2021|News, The Netherlands|Comments Off on Why that extra metre of sea level rise in 2100 is not going to happen after all